Mayo Clinic invests in digital A/P system

Hoping to increase the accuracy of its payment process, the Mayo Clinic has decided to automate its invoice processing cycle completely. Mayo has rolled out workflow automation technology from vendor Brainware, which distills information from invoices and uses that information to sort and process them. The system also can feed invoice information into enterprise resource planning and finance systems. If Brainware's platform works as promised, it should save Mayo a lot of time and effort, given the size of its operation. Mayo, which has three sites, treats more than half a million people annually.

To learn more about Mayo's A/P effort:
- read this Healthcare Finance News article

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