One of the most common goals in business is improving efficiency while maintaining high-quality work. As a consulting company, Tallan has worked with hundreds of clients on thousands of projects all across the US, so we are no stranger to the common expectation that our services will increase the quality of technology, and improve operations.
Recently, we engaged with a local non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) broker on a Data & Analytics project. NEMT brokers serve as a liaison between health plan providers, patients, and transportation vendors. Their mission is to coordinate transportation services for disadvantaged patients who are unable to make it to health care appointments. Providing this service both improves wellness and reduces costs for insurers.
NEMT Brokers are responsible for, among other things, tracking interactions and reporting data to the insurers with whom they hold contracts. These contracted relationships now…
Inspiring global thought leaders at Tallan’s headquarters, the Hartford Power BI User Group’s very own Michael Thomas took the #2 spot in his global debut! Data & Analytics is an area that maintains its voice in the industry, as well as in our relationship with Microsoft and a part of that relationship involved the work Tallan has done historically with Power BI; a Microsoft visual analytics platform and tool. To spread the word on Power BI, as well as encourage the community of users and those interested, Tallan has been hosting Hartford, CT’s local Power BI User Group.
People are welcome to attend for the refreshments and stimulating conversation, however the focus of these monthly meetings is to showcase the features and capabilities of the tool and collaborate with like, and different minded people on how to utilize Power BI.