Claims System Modernization Success: An Interview with the CIO of CommunityCare of Oklahoma

In today’s changing landscape, health plans are continually challenged to modernize and extend the life of their systems.

In this interview, SourcEdge CEO Mark McAdoo catches up with Rusty Wyrick, VP and CIO (Chief Information Officer) at the CommunityCare of Oklahoma (CCOK). They discuss CCOK’s migration to the cloud for its Amisys-related applications and code that was the organization’s top IT project with incredible visibility.

Topics covered in the interview include:

  • CCOK’s outdated systems problem
  • The solution of upgrading hardware / software and moving to the cloud
  • Collaborating with SourcEdge to discover and modernize code with significant results
  • Achieving many benefits with a more robust, faster, cost-effective solution

About CommunityCare of Oklahoma:

CommunityCare of Oklahoma (CCOK) has been dedicated to providing high-quality, cost-effective health care to Oklahoma communities for more than 25 years. CCOK has a 4-Star Quality Rating from CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) and has been voted a top Oklahoma health insurance provider every year since 2006. With more than 450 employees and a network of thousands of providers, the organization strives to embody its principles of respect and integrity with every transaction.

About SourcEdge:

SourcEdge lives and breathes in the world of IT for health plans. We serve as a trusted technology solutions provider, staying on top of the regulatory mandates to protect patient information, working closely with world-class software, database, and cloud providers, and focusing on technology solutions that achieve financial and operational returns. Our talented people bring the most modern tools and proven best practices to each project to help health plans serve their members / patients and providers every day. We use a proven process for flexible engagements, from project delivery and consulting to staff augmentation.

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