Unified data is what makes efficient insurance possible. At Saama, we are focused on creating a data management strategy for your company to optimize all the possible tasks to unify data within a single modern data platform. Allowing more users to drive business value from the data by gleaning actionable insights to make informed decisions by centralizing data access.
Key components of modern insurance data strategy:
– Common Enterprise Data Model
– Enhance Data Quality
– Cloud-based Data Lake
– Modern Central Data Repository
Learn more about the purpose-built AI platform can detect complex subrogation recovery opportunities that can slip through a regular triaging process.
– Definitive and Timely Subrogation Prediction
– Eliminate Leakage in Subrogation Identification
– Fewer False Positives
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Eligibility details are for informational purposes only. Saama, in its sole discretion, will determine your eligibility based on the information you disclose as part of the intake process. If Saama determines that you are eligible to participate, you will be notified by separate email. Eligibility depends on certain criteria, such as the size of your company, the types of clinical trials you sponsor, and the number of patients in–and stages of–your current clinical trials.
By completing the request form, you represent that you have authority to proceed on behalf of your company. Should you agree to participate, you agree to reasonably cooperate with Saama in following the guidelines and procedures required for integrating, standardizing, and analyzing your data. Participation requires the use of our Smart Data Quality application, a technology-agnostic AI engine that sits on top of your current infrastructure. The application can be used immediately, and you’re only charged for the services you use based on a predetermined estimate.
Information you share with Saama during your participation may be anonymized and/or aggregated, and made available publicly in Saama marketing materials. This information may include: types of systems and processes involved, types of departments involved, and size and regional location of your company. Such information will never be directly associated with you, nor will you or your company be identifiable without express written permission.