Automation could cut $13.3 billion from health care spending
The health care industry could cut spending by 33 percent by moving to fully electronic processes.
By Scott Wooldridge|January 27, 2020 at 10:05 AM
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The U.S. health care system could save $13.3 billion annually by increasing the use of automation of business transactions, a new analysis finds.
The study was published by CAQH, a nonprofit alliance of insurers advocating more efficient business practices in health care, and is the group’s seventh annual look at progress in streamlining administrative functions.
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