Determining whether an patient record management software makes sense in a clinics and nursing homes is not strictly a numbers game. It is a function not only of finance, but also of the quality of services provided, such as reduction in medical errors and regulatory compliance but also the effect it will have on the clinical and administrative staff.
Proven return on investment
Practices can easily justify a SoftClinic investment because it delivers significant quality enhancements and cost benefits through:
- Enhanced intra-organization communication and coordination
- Increased staff productivity
- Better quality of care leading to improved patient satisfaction
- Reduced patient waiting time.
- Improved risk management
- Optimizes revenue recovery and increases cash flow
- Decreased denials
- Reduced operating costs
- Supporting standardized care protocols
- Supporting paperless clinic
Increase physician and office efficiency
- There’s no more searching the paper file page by page.
- Information within the automated file is complete and legible.
- Your staff will spend less time filing and tracking down and managing files.
- The dilemma of misplaced files is eliminated.
- Enhances patient and document workflow.
- Since the patient file is clearly organized, quickly pinpoint the exact information you need at that moment. Using SoftClinic, physicians can spend less time on documentation and spend more time on patient care.
Increased Patient Satisfaction
- A real time record is available to the patient’s primary care physician resulting in proper continuation of care.
- A legible record created through SoftClinic decreases medical “misadventures” once an admitted or transferred patient leaves the clinic / hospital.
- Reduces waiting time and enhances patient care by providing staff with accurate and timely patient information.
Limit Malpractice and Audit Liabilities
- Errors caused by illegible handwriting are eliminated.
- Legible, accurate and complete documented records result in further reduced risk and malpractice exposure to clinicians, hospitals and the company.