Publications

Read more about the thinking that enables Syntel to deliver value to our clients.

Digital Services

Transforming to a Digital Healthcare Enterprise through Syntel’s hDigitalTx

The dimensions and scale of the challenges faced by healthcare providers - cost, quality and low reimbursements are changing rapidly. The evolution of healthcare models has accelerated accordingly.

Empowering ACO Success with Integrated Analytics

Accountable Care Organizations as a new model for care delivery is yet another attempt in the reform process  and a step towards transforming the healthcare industry - from the traditional fee for service-based care to care that creates value for patients.

Syntel's Perspective on ICD-10 Migration

 The icd-9 to icd-10 migration poses a major challenge for healthcare payers and providers. However, an icd-10 implementation is a remarkable opportunity to upgrade the quality of healthcare data.

Syntel’s Medicare and Medicaid Services

The Medicare and Medicaid spending growth is the fastest among healthcare segments.

Providing Greater Business Impact to Healthcare Product Services at Lower Costs

Healthcare organizations invest a significant share of their IT budgets in modernizing and upgrading legacy systems to the latest core administration and care management platforms.

Collaborating for Patient Centric Healthcare

 Patient centric care is at the core of nearly every debate in healthcare. This paper talks about the changes that industry stakeholders need to undergo in order to achieve the goal of true patient centricity.

Derive More Value from FACETS Platform by Automating Customer-centric Services

Healthcare organizations are continuously investing in IT to transform their legacy systems into robust product platforms to become more efficient and responsive. However, payers are under pressure due to increasing costs and healthcare reforms.

Transforming Healthcare with hDigitalTx

The dimensions and scale of the challenges faced by healthcare providers - cost, quality and low reimbursements are changing rapidly. The evolution of healthcare models has accelerated accordingly.

Realizing Augmented Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) have been around for some time but there is renewed excitement, with industry watchers like TechCrunch, Fortune and the BBC branding 2016 as “The Year of VR.”