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Enterprise Resource Planning Solution for Health Care

In order to stay competitive, healthcare organizations need to embrace technology to its maximum effect.

Overview:

  • Patients are increasingly becoming stakeholders in their own care journeys; they demand transparency in access and information about their care and importantly, about the quality of service provided. The medical industry must respond to trends to serve these tech savvy patients and constituents. Some of the trends that industries must respond to are:
    • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The trend towards cloud computing is impacting many industries, and healthcare is certainly one of them. Providers are beginning to show increasing affinity towards the lower upfront costs, monthly pricing model, lack of IT infrastructure, and remote accessibility associated with web-based applications.
    • Mobile computing. Going hand in hand with SaaS, healthcare providers are finding themselves increasingly on the go and accessing systems from multiple offices, home, and mobile devices. Tablet support are becoming increasingly common.
    • ONC certification. As most healthcare professionals are aware, the HITECH Act of 2009 requires the use of electronic medical records systems by 2015. Eligible providers can subsequently qualify for $44,000 in stimulus funds by demonstrating “meaningful use” of ONC-ATCB certified EMRs. This ONC-ATCB certification is going to be nearly essential for EMR vendors to survive, unless their target customers will not qualify for stimulus funds
ERP for Health Care Industry

Benefits:

The primary benefits of any medical system are to increase efficiency, improve collections, or improve the quality of patient care. These benefits are created by different applications and impact organizations in different ways. Increased back-office efficiency streamlines administrative tasks associated with patient encounters, enabling providers to see more patients and hire fewer staff. More rigorous documentation of these encounters and a more organized claims submission process lead to increased collections. Automated alerts prompt providers with potential issues or risks, while automated reminders help patients return to the office when necessary.

While most systems are expensive, the high costs of delivering improper care or delaying receivables can often justify the investment. While trends such as software-as-a-service help make purchasing medical diagnosis software a bit easier, government stimulus funds are providing a lot of the necessary funding to cover the costs of implementing most systems.

ERP for Health Care Industry

Challenges:

  • Patients are increasingly becoming stakeholders in their own care journeys; they demand transparency in access and information about their care and importantly, about the quality of service provided. The medical industry must respond to trends to serve these tech savvy patients and constituents. Some of the trends that industries must respond to are:
    • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The trend towards cloud computing is impacting many industries, and healthcare is certainly one of them. Providers are beginning to show increasing affinity towards the lower upfront costs, monthly pricing model, lack of IT infrastructure, and remote accessibility associated with web-based applications.
    • Mobile computing. Going hand in hand with SaaS, healthcare providers are finding themselves increasingly on the go and accessing systems from multiple offices, home, and mobile devices. Tablet support are becoming increasingly common.
    • ONC certification. As most healthcare professionals are aware, the HITECH Act of 2009 requires the use of electronic medical records systems by 2015. Eligible providers can subsequently qualify for $44,000 in stimulus funds by demonstrating “meaningful use” of ONC-ATCB certified EMRs. This ONC-ATCB certification is going to be nearly essential for EMR vendors to survive, unless their target customers will not qualify for stimulus funds
  • Medical service providers current challenges include:
    • Poor reimbursement rates
    • Too much paper everywhere
    • Lost lab reports
    • Transcription is too expensive
    • Satisfy ARRA requirements
    • Prescription drug interactions
    • Tracking patient progress
  • Technology is the tool that can and will deliver the access that patients are seeking and management efficiency to hospitals and clinics.
ERP for Health Care Industry

Solutions

  • Mazik Global’s solution is MazikCare. MazikCare has been tailored to automate just about every healthcare process, including billing, patient scheduling, creating and managing patient records, picture/image archiving, prescribing medication, and more.

    Including:
    • Full ERP functionality on top of MS Dynamics AX
    • Electronic medical records
    • Medical billing
    • Patient scheduling
    • Radiology information system
    • Picture archiving & communication system
    • Medical accounting
    • Clinical decision support
    • Lab integration
    • Web accessible
ERP for Health Care Industry

With our deep expertise in a multitude of different areas, Mazik Global is your
one stop shop for solutions spanning departments, verticals or even industries.

Mazik Tech Solutions
8-2-248/1/7/58, 2nd Flr, Saranya Tower,
Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta,
Hyderabad, T.S - 500082, India

+91-040-3022 3022



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