Dell Services announced its IT outsourcing deal with Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI).
Seven top IT outsourcing vendors include Accenture, Capgemini, CSC, Fujitsu, HP, IBM and Infosys until 2019, according to Technavio.
Dell Services also signed IT outsourcing deal with American Express Global Business Travel, Bombardier, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Markit, Thermo Fisher Scientific, American Red Cross, Baystate, Gap, Hilton, Owens & Minor, Staples and Wayne Fueling.
Dell Services will assist the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) in modernizing its infrastructure and tools to process health insurance claims.
Dell Services said its Business Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) will enable DHA to offer health insurance reimbursement program to meet the new Electronic Medical Record system.
BCBSRI is working with Dell Services to improve operations and implement new technologies that will lead to better scale and efficiencies.
Haidar Al-Yousuf, CEO Health Funding, Dubai Health Authority, said: “DHA is transforming the health financing system in Dubai through implementing mandatory health insurance in the Emirate and believes that Dell Services is a key technical partner in this transformation.”
“Dell Services has an entrepreneurial spirit and deep understanding of the healthcare business,” said Mike Hudson, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island.
“Our customers trust us for proven core offerings, as well as new and emerging innovations, such as BPaaS, digital services, advanced analytics, cloud and automation,” said Suresh Vaswani, president of Dell Services.
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