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Finding candidates in a competitive labor market

Finding candidates in a competitive labor market

The technology industry’s unemployment rate is well below the national average, which in most cases, is a positive statistic, until you need to grow your team. A limited talent pool for analytics positions makes finding the right candidates to fit a team’s needs difficult for leaders. However, there are alternatives to traditional hiring processes that can ease these difficulties and help[…]

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Why a Predictive Model with High Accuracy might not be a Good Model

Why a Predictive Model with High Accuracy might not be a Good Model

Suppose you have a predictive model which has >85% accuracy - but is the model a good model? Just based on an accuracy we can’t judge whether a model is good or not. There are several scores to check the quality of a model. The Area Under the Curve (AUC) Score plays an important role. The AUC score of a model should be at least >0.6. We can also consider Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE) score[…]

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The Future of AI is Enormous

The Future of AI is Enormous

In the current state of the art, artificial intelligence involves computers processing data, identifying patterns in that data and learning to accomplish tasks more effectively over time. AI is already making a huge impact in organizations implement it to address business needs, but as software, hardware and networks continue to evolve, the potential for artificial intelligence is enormous.

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Payment integrity transformation with data analytics

Payment integrity transformation with data analytics

Health insurers have always faced a deceptively simple challenge: Paying just the claims that they should, in the appropriate amount. In practice, of course, this has been a deeply complex and important component of insurers’ businesses, with meaningful impact on their bottom lines.

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What is COB? Why does a health insurance company need a COB solution?

What is COB? Why does a health insurance company need a COB solution?

It’s common for more than one insurer to potentially have responsibility for paying a portion of a medical claim. When that happens, insurers go through a process known as Coordination of Benefits (COB) to determine which insurer pays what portions of the claim.

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