When the process optimization is reviewing departments- what exactly does that mean? Anyone work directly for them?
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Surviving 80% expected to do the original amount of work +10%
More automation, less manual processes, eliminating redundancy, increasing efficiencies. So much of what we do at Humana can be done better. That's why processes need to be optimized
Although I get the idea of bashing the company.... Things change.. Technology improves, coverage plans change. If you want to stop the world working for profit, good luck. This is the model we have. Get used to it, learn how it works and position yourself accordingly. My guess would be that RN's are the next group to be pushed out by technology. Those care plans are well documented and research based. Hate to say this but in 80% of cases Google can write a better care plan than you.
CMS rules, unfortunately
LOL posters...... here is a new and innovative idea..... why not just keep the old care plan and processes. I mean, I know we need to grow and change with the times... but why don't we take the minimalist approach and use some of what we have for a while. Just a thought.
Find the 'excess'-- people, especially --- organize processes and departments to need fewer workers, save $$ and do more RIFS.
I beg to differ, sometimes in companies they need to review process to ensure things are cohesive and effective and efficient. Humana is a business. With the new care plans rolling out and computer systems and time it will take, maybe it’s just being looked at, like the focus groups and shadowing that’s done so the management who don’t work in the systems know what’s really happening in real time
Translated: That means grab your ankles, layoffs are coming.
Same as 'Synergy', 'Position Elimination', 'Department Re-alignment', blah blah blah. These types of phrases are always generated by egomaniacs and indicate they have no sacks to admit they s--- at making a profit. Therefore, by chopping your employment- they wiggle and jiggle to make the quarterly fiscal report look better, only to accomplish yet another 'miracle' bottom line for their butt kissing in the corporate board room.
Mostly used by some dirt-bag in HR/Management that barely graduated from college.
It is highly probable they should write a missive to the Dean of their college requesting a refund of their parents hard earned cash- because they are incompetent at both business and English.
I would assume they are reviewing to make things more efficient