Blue Shield of California (BSCA) is a nonprofit health plan founded in 1939, headquartered in San Francisco and is an independent member of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. This major health plan needed a centralized contract management system that could customize documents, streamline workflow and reduce its excess of in-process document inventory to support the organization’s need for custom contracts. BSCA chose RLDatix’s Contract Management, internally renamed ConDocs, a browser-based, contract lifecycle management (CLM) solution that offered customizable templates, intuitive user interfaces, workflow managed process control and one-click document creation.
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