Provider Management -Organized Database
During implementation, we organize your provider data in one central database so you start with clean data you can trust. If provider data such as street address is entered inconsistently, it’s difficult to determine the locations of your providers.
“An example I like to use is, for a lot of orginiztions, we like to say – well how many providers do you have? They tend to know that because they’re dealing with these proviers on a day-to-day basis… but if you ask what locations do you have and what providers belong at what locations? They have etrouble with that, and the reason for that, is if you’re tracking these things in spreadsheets or you’re tracking these in other systems, somebody entered 123 East Main Street and spelled out East, and then sojmebody said well I can’t find 123 east Main Street, so they put 123 E Main Street. So now you have all of these locations that providers are linked to, and you don’t know – are those locations different, are they really the same, are they different suites? So we can really start going through that implementation process, help the client organize that data, so that way when we come to loading into the system, day one they syart with clean data that they can trust versus this disparate data that’s all over the place – word documents, access databases, a variety of different systems and things like that.”
David Meier, VP of Technology Solutions