You may have seen job descriptions that are looking for a ‘self-motivated’ person, or someone who is a real ‘go-getter’. While the latter isn’t the most professional term, both of these descriptors find their way into job descriptions. So what companies using this lingo really looking for? They want a proactive worker. Read on below for more reasons why people with this quality are in demand by employers.

Proactive vs. Reactive

To begin, let’s take a look at the opposite of a proactive worker for some context. A re-active worker operates in an entirely different way. Instead of taking their…


If you consider yourself an extrovert and you’ve been required to work remotely during quarantine, this abrupt change may feel like a challenge. However, it is possible to be productive and enjoy your new set up. Here are some tips to improve your capability and efficiency working from home.

  • Get Social

One of the things that can be the hardest for extroverts working remotely is the lack of connection and communication. To combat this, get social! Make personal calls on your lunch break, reach out to family and friends, and try to get as much interaction as possible.

  • Opt for…

If you’ve been working from home, chances are there are times that you feel unmotivated or unproductive. If you’re currently struggling with work productivity, we have some tips to help you!

  • Manage Your Environment

What is the environment in which you are working? Are you in a room with a little amount of light? Working in a space that is too warm? Find a room with good lighting, window access, and not in a busy zone such as your living room or kitchen if possible. …


If your team has been asked to work remotely during quarantine, and you’ve never worked or managed a team remotely before — it can be incredibly overwhelming. However, with a few tips, patience, flexibility, and establishing boundaries — working from home with your team can actually go a lot more smoothly than you think.

  • Utilize Video Chat

Because there is a lack of connection due to working from home — you must improvise how you communicate with your team. Although emails are quick and effective, there are instances when you should opt for a different type of communication. If you’re…


With quarantine and social distancing orders in place, chances are a lot of us have a decent amount of extra time on our hands. Whether you are working or not — you probably have more downtime than normal. This is why now is the best time to learn and teach yourself new career skills! Here are a few ideas!

· Attend Virtual Events/Webinars

During this time, a lot of companies are offering their events virtually. Whether it be a seminar, a summit, a conference, or a speaking event — there may be events that you can join for free, or…


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Communication plays an important role in the success and failure of an organization. The art of expressing one’s ideas and thoughts is clearly called as effective communication. Individuals need to communicate effectively at the workplace for better transparency and clarity. Not only effective communication helps in correct transfer of information but also in decision making. Poor communication in the workplace will inevitably lead to non-motivated staff that can begin to question their confidence in their skills and organizations.

Why is communication so important in the workplace?

· It avoids confusion

· It provides purpose

· It builds a positive company…


With the COVID-19 pandemic around the world, Every business is busy figuring out how to keep their staff safe and their business operating.

At Curacel here are some of the things we did.

COVID-19 Resourcing

We converted our random channel on Slack to a COVID19 resource channel, team members started sharing news updates and resources about COVID19 for other team members.


Curacel helps health insurers/HMOs to:

  • Collect Claims from all your Providers easily;
  • Start receiving claims immediately from about 400 hospitals already submitting to 5 HMOs in Nigeria;
  • Avoid unnecessary exposure to the Corona Virus by limiting visits from your providers;
  • Detect fraud from submitted claims and block wastage & fraudulent claims;
  • Save lots of money by running a more efficient claims processing system;
  • Manage and assign claims to your staff to vet;
  • Let your staff work from home during this COVID-19 pandemic;
  • Automatically vet your claims with our revolutionary Clinical Vetting Engine (CVE), set up with your Underwriting and Operational rules;
  • Seamlessly integrate with any Software you use in managing your HMO;
  • Carry out Audit/Quality Assurance on the Vetted Claims;
  • Send Payment Advice to your Providers;
  • Manage your tariffs with your Providers;
  • and lots more!

At the start of a new year, many people begin to look to the future. Whether you’re setting personal goals or researching the latest trends in your industry, chances are you’ve already started strategizing for 2020.

Healthcare technology is an industry that’s constantly evolving, and there are plenty of trends and changes that are going to impact healthcare in 2020 and beyond. Let’s take a look at some of those trends and how they can help your facility increase its market share.

Artificial Intelligence

Okay, you probably saw this one coming. It’s no secret that AI is growing in popularity…


Spouses tend to be covered on the same health insurance policy. But that’s not always possible, nor is it always the option that makes the most sense. Basics questions you should ask before deciding whether or not you and your spouse should — or can — be on the same health insurance policy

The Need for health insurance is on the horizon everyday with many couples taking it as a couples goal or a must have in every marriage especially when it comes to child birth or child support, medical care and job requirement. …

Curacel Systems

Curacel ® is an AI-driven platform that fast tracks claims processing and detects fraudulent claims for insurance companies.

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