A leading healthcare IT company, TriZetto has joined with FlexTech to expand its experienced team of consultants. With additional trained consultants available, TriZetto now offers clients a much larger pool of knowledgeable consultants, which translates into faster project start-ups and the flexibility to adjust staffing as needed.
The partnership allows FlexTech consultants to become certified through TriZetto’s newly launched TriZetto Solutions Certification Program. This certification validates an individual’s experience, conceptual and applied knowledge and problem-solving skills in implementing and managing a TriZetto solution. Certification is achieved by passing a number of rigorous knowledge- and experience-based exams. Clients who have certified experts on-hand can take comfort that their project is staffed with top consultants.
"The biggest benefit to this new extension of our partnership with TriZetto is the ability to leverage our long-standing commitment to certification training. This valuable product training, combined with our average experience of more than 20 years in healthcare, will give us the absolute best knowledge base to help payers transform their technology platforms to TriZetto’s QNXT™ and Facets™ solutions, and be ready to compete to win in the new healthcare marketplace," said
“Our history with FlexTech makes this partnership a natural next step. Combined with our 600 experienced consultants, our partnership with FlexTech gives us the bandwidth to scale to projects quickly, meeting the ever-changing needs of our clients,” said
FlexTech is a leading information technology consulting and services company with a full range of technology support for managed healthcare organizations. FlexTech consultants average over 20 years of healthcare and system experience, and provide strategic and comprehensive direction and on-site support to maximize system goals.
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