"Not only do we help clients systematize better decision making through Information Technology, we help them solve many specific problems."
Technology is changing healthcare delivery today and is at the heart of responsive health systems. At their core, high performing primary care systems require a functioning data and information system that can be used to drive improvement, the empanelment or referral of patients to a physician or health team, and the ability to measure accurately outcomes and costs for every patient. Technology can be used in a variety of functional areas, from healthcare delivery to provider training. In advanced health systems, information and communications technologies are being used to improve the timeliness and accuracy of public health reporting. Technology has to be the backbone that connects care – from the data gathered by frontline workers, to tests at a lab, and finally to a hospital when required. Tenwave expertise and domain knowledge help you to take your business forward and address your concerns areas.
Return on Investment
However, from a financial perspective, the hospital has spent money on a system that had no effect on the costs or revenues of current stays. But one study showed that a hospital that installed a computerized reminder system to alert providers when patients were not up-to-date on their immunizations increased orders by 8 percent.
Patient Life Cycle
We will help you create a solid foundation that can be built upon and expanded in the future. Clinical end-users will gain critical patient insights using our software and manage the patient clinical flow efficiently.
Technology is rewriting the relationship between patients, professionals and care providers. Patients are taking more control over their health. Patient Portal and Mobile Application is new tools helping the patient to access his medical record without going to hospital It also reduces the staff load to manage the multiple files related to medical records.
Warehousing & Distribution
It is important that there is proper inventory control of pharmaceuticals. This calls for coordination between the pharmacy and the various sections of the healthcare facility. Stock control is essential. The hospitals, clinics, or rehabilitation centers need to have access to proper equipment and medical supplies. IT becomes the key driver to handle the challenge of Material flow.
Preservation of medical records assume significant importance, Hence, all records must compulsorily be preserved and not destroyed during the lifetime of the person, ever. With rapid decline in costs of data archiving coupled with the ability to store increasing amounts of data that may be readily accessible, continued maintenance of such data is not expected to lead to any major impact on the overall system maintenance and use.
Overall, the healthcare revenue cycle is dynamic and continues to evolve. As a result, healthcare professionals involved in revenue cycle management tend to face a number of challenges. It’s vital for providers to look at ways they can improve their organization’s revenue cycle. In order to strengthen the revenue cycle management, embracing technology within the revenue cycle is key.