Can someone please explain “Shared Service “ model that Centene is implementing? Many people are wondering exactly what this means for jobs etc.
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Except SS has now created way more silos AND stifled all creativity because we get dictated too from VPs. So the people who actually have no idea what a day in the life looks like gets to make all the rules, where before front line staff would be consulted. At least in my state and the states I know (which are numerous).
Shared service is corporate code for getting better control of key processes while also creating an opportunity to lay off other people. It’s a win win for leadership.
Shared service has been happening for years on the Allwell and Ambetter lines. Medicaid was supposed to roll out shared service years ago and didn’t. Slowed by the pandemic it seems
Hi sweeties: Shared services is the consolidation of business operations that are used by multiple parts of the same organization. Shared services save money because they centralize back-office operations that are used by multiple divisions of the same company and eliminate redundancy. In other words, cut employees, cut pay, you do the job of many employees for as little cost to Centene as possible.