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And we know Flipper lives in a world full of wonder flying there-under under the sea. And when the odds are against him.

Stunning Design

And we know Flipper lives in a world full of wonder flying there-under under the sea. And when the odds are against him.

Stunning Design

And we know Flipper lives in a world full of wonder flying there-under under the sea. And when the odds are against him.

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Changes in healthcare regulation has given the patient more power to make critical decisions in their healthcare. As a result, the market is demanding more transparency in the way healthcare organizations carry out business. These trends, alongside the growing demand for technology to simplify how patients interact with their healthcare providers, places an added stress on organizations to consistently innovate.

Harnessing the power of software, healthcare organizations are able to provide innovative features to consumers who want to research the cost for their care and pay for it in a variety of different ways. Streamlined billing platforms and payment systems require smooth integrations with insurance companies, third party vendors, and funding sources. Simple errors in adapting to ICD-10 could result in improper calculations of patient bills, or delays in claim processing. As a result, patients could be forced to seek care elsewhere or your organization could be forced to wait 90 days or more for full payment.

Technological advances have also raised the expectations of the consumer when choosing where to receive care. They expect their physicians to have instant access to all critical health data, allowing for the quick and efficient treatment of their ailment. If processes or information is not shared effectively between systems, it results in extensive delays in the care process and low patient satisfaction.

Healthcare providers are now being judged by their technology more than ever. It is no longer enough to provide great care, healthcare organizations must provide technology that boosts customer experience before and after the care is received. Implementing this new technology also leaves your organization at risk of protecting valuable patient data. Flaws in software solutions can quickly lead to significant violations of HIPAA laws and a loss of consumer confidence in your organization.

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Changes in healthcare regulation has given the patient more power to make critical decisions in their healthcare. As a result, the market is demanding more transparency in the way healthcare organizations carry out business. These trends, alongside the growing demand for technology to simplify how patients interact with their healthcare providers, places an added stress on organizations to consistently innovate.

Harnessing the power of software, healthcare organizations are able to provide innovative features to consumers who want to research the cost for their care and pay for it in a variety of different ways. Streamlined billing platforms and payment systems require smooth integrations with insurance companies, third party vendors, and funding sources. Simple errors in adapting to ICD-10 could result in improper calculations of patient bills, or delays in claim processing. As a result, patients could be forced to seek care elsewhere or your organization could be forced to wait 90 days or more for full payment.

Technological advances have also raised the expectations of the consumer when choosing where to receive care. They expect their physicians to have instant access to all critical health data, allowing for the quick and efficient treatment of their ailment. If processes or information is not shared effectively between systems, it results in extensive delays in the care process and low patient satisfaction.

Healthcare providers are now being judged by their technology more than ever. It is no longer enough to provide great care, healthcare organizations must provide technology that boosts customer experience before and after the care is received. Implementing this new technology also leaves your organization at risk of protecting valuable patient data. Flaws in software solutions can quickly lead to significant violations of HIPAA laws and a loss of consumer confidence in your organization.

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