Healthcare payments re-imagined with blockchain

| October 6, 2017

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See how IBM Blockchain can help transform the healthcare payments process by making it more efficient, transparent and interoperable. This video explores the applicability of IBM Blockchain for health insurance pre-authorization, verification of insurance status and insufficient information during adjudication.

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FOJP Service Corporation is one of the largest insurance and risk management organizations in the country and a leader in the risk management community. Since 1977, FOJP has administered property and casualty insurance programs for a group of major hospitals, long-term care facilities, and social service agencies in the metropolitan New York area. Some of the city’s most important and highly regarded academic medical centers – and more than 10,000 physicians –participate in FOJP’s professional liability insurance program, the first of its kind in the nation.

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