The landscape for healthcare providers has never been more complex. Professional staff are expected to manage the complexities of regulation, compliance and payer requirements while containing budget and delivering a great customer experience. That’s no small task, and managing information is at the heart of many of the day-to-day challenges that organizations face. It’s not surprising, but many healthcare providers still rely heavily on paper and manual workflows for their processes. Does this sound familiar?
This isn’t just a paper problem, it’s an information management problem. The path forward to a simplified process starts with information capture - the cornerstone of effective digital transformation. When you digitize documents, you can extract the information from them, index it and route data to EMRs for retrieval by staff. Solutions from Alaris help with this, and are backed by decades of image science expertise and a world class service and support team. Get in touch with one of our digital transformation experts today, or learn more about how we can help, with our industry insights. Find out how healthcare organizations met their transformation goals with Alaris, and get practical advice on how information capture can help you on your journey.
One of India's leading multispeciality healthcare groups serves thousands of patients through its network of hospitals every day. The group offers an integrated range of services from outpatient treatment and diagnostics, to advanced clinical care and personalised homecare services, and continues to pioneer the adoption of digital technologies to drive innovation.
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