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Simplifying Healthcare Through Digital Innovation

Digital-first is the cornerstone of the healthcare future Anthem is building. Our digital transformation strategy is the roadmap to more accessible healthcare. Virtual health and other innovative care technologies will help realize the goal of “care anywhere.”

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Anthem Leaders at the Mic

Listen to Anthem Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer Rajeev Ronanki’s conversation with Faces of Digital Health’s Tjaša Zajc on the ways AI will shape the future of healthcare and how Anthem is launching new initiatives and leveraging AI-driven solutions to meet consumer needs through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

Innovation Answered, Empowering an AI-First Organization with Anthem's Chief Digital Officer

Listen to Anthem, Inc. Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer Rajeev Ronanki’s conversation with Innovation Answered’s Katie Milliken on how Anthem is taking a digital-first mindset, which includes leveraging artificial intelligence and data analytics, to make the healthcare experience more personalized, proactive and predictive, while helping consumers lead healthier lives.

Image of Rajeev Ronanki, Chief Digital Officer for Anthem Inc. with Breaking Health Podcast Logo, Episode 143

Listen to Anthem Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer Rajeev Ronanki’s conversation with Breaking Health’s Steve Krupa on Anthem’s transformation into a digital-first enterprise, from automating core business processes to using digital technologies to engage with consumers in a more personalized, proactive manner, and how digital innovation can improve consumers’ healthcare experience.

Smart Talks with IBM

Listen to Anthem Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer Anil Bhatt’s conversation with Smart Talks with IBM’s Malcolm Gladwell on how artificial intelligence is reinventing and enhancing the healthcare experience, as well as helping improve people's health and wellbeing.

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ThinkAnthem, 06-03-2021

Last summer, a man was rushed to the emergency room in a diabetic coma and almost lost his life. Today, he’s managing his condition so well, he’s off insulin and has embraced a healthy lifestyle.

ZDNet, 05-27-2021

A study from J.D. Power said before the pandemic, just 9% of privately insured health plan members in the US used telehealth services.

Patient Engagement HIT, 05-26-2021

The application of artificial intelligence to a machine learning algorithm has shown potential in helping healthcare providers improve patient satisfaction and experience.

Healthcare Finance News, 05-20-2021

Anthem has announced a collaboration with Epic to facilitate secure, bi-directional exchange of health information between providers and Anthem’s affiliated health plans.

Fierce Healthcare, 05-19-2021

Anthem is teaming with Epic to more effectively facilitate direct and bilateral data exchange with its providers.

Modern Healthcare, 05-19-2021

Anthem has partnered with Epic Systems Corp. to create an information exchange platform between its health plans and provider organizations, with the aim of automating prior authorization requests, providing data-driven insights into patient care and promoting value-based payments, the insurer said Wednesday.

Modern Healthcare, 05-12-2021

A recent survey of 1,300 insurance CEOs by KPMG International found that 85% of respondents said the pandemic turbocharged the digitization of their operations. Nearly 80% said it brought new urgency to create new business models and revenue streams.

U.S. News & World Report, 05-05-2021

The COVID-19 pandemic may help push the nation’s health system toward an easier and more consumer-friendly digital experience.

Healthcare IT News, 05-05-2021

A whopping 89% of U.S. healthcare leaders say they’re currently heavily investing in telehealth, though many expect to shift gears toward artificial intelligence in the future.