Healthcare Payments Automation Summit (HPAS 2012) to Feature Brainware Customer Success Stories

Conference Highlights Visionary Concepts, Proven Best Practices in Healthcare

ASHBURN, Va., Jan. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Brainware, Inc., recipient of the 2012 PayStream Advisors Technology Excellence Award for Healthcare Supply Chain, will be presenting and exhibiting at the Healthcare Payments Automation Summit (HPAS 2012), taking place January 26-28 at the Disney Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Florida.  HPAS 2012 brings together healthcare payers, providers and third-party processors, as well as leading financial institutions and technology solutions vendors, to share actionable ideas and automation techniques for driving costs and complexity out of payments and accounts payable processes. 

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The conference agenda will include insights from several of Brainware's esteemed customers in the healthcare field, as well as a session with Brainware's Vice President of Marketing, Charles Kaplan.

On Friday, January 27, Robert Banwart, Director of Accounts Payable for Resurrection Health Care, will be discussing Resurrection's strategy and tactics used in transforming the provider's accounts payable operation from a paper-based process to a 99% electronic transaction environment.

Later that day, Robin Balliet and Jennifer Westhoff, Business Solutions Supervisor and Business Solutions Operations Coordinator for Mayo Clinic, will be presenting the latest developments in the Clinic's award-winning automation project, including lessons learned and new opportunities created for the world-renowned provider.

On Saturday, January 28, Karen Haville, Financial Systems Analyst for Gundersen Lutheran Health System, will be giving a thorough presentation detailing Gundersen Lutheran's experience in moving from a manual accounts payable process to a highly automated one, leveraging a combined solution from Brainware and Ascend Software.

"IDC research suggests the healthcare industry lags behind when it comes to the automation of back office processes, which means that considerable funds and manpower are being wasted on shuffling paper, resources that would be better spent on delivering patient care," said Kaplan.  "The success of providers like Mayo Clinic, Gundersen Lutheran and Resurrection offer resounding proof that intelligent data capture technology is the key to freeing those resources, turning slow, error-prone, manual data entry routines into efficient, transparent, well-oiled machines for generating profit and opportunity in healthcare."

To learn more about the benefits of automating document-based processes in healthcare operations with intelligent data capture, read "Transforming the Back Office With a Single Keystroke," from the September 2011 issue of Healthcare Financial Management.  To view Brainware's on-demand webinar today, "Resurrection Health Care Transforms Document Processing with Intelligent Data Capture," click here.

About Brainware, Inc.

Brainware, Inc. is an innovative provider of intelligent data capture and enterprise search solutions that help Global 2000 companies eliminate costly manual data entry, rapidly process large volumes of documents and retrieve data from across the enterprise. Its solutions were built from the ground up to manage unstructured data without templates, exact definitions, taxonomies or indexing.  Headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia, Brainware maintains global sales and support operations through its North American, U.K. and European offices.  Brainware customers include Airbus, Alcon, Anadarko, BB&T, Baylor Health Care System, British American Tobacco, BSkyB, Clear Channel Communications, Cleveland Clinic, Continental Airlines, CORT, Frontier Communications, Gardner Denver, Halliburton, Her Majesty's Prison Service, Johns Manville, KPMG, NEC, NHS/Steria, Newell Rubbermaid, Old Dominion Freight Line, Philip Morris International, Rabobank, Resurrection Health Care, Reynolds & Reynolds, Shell, Southern Company, Sun Chemical, The Bank of New York Mellon/SourceNet, TriZetto, and many others.  For more information, please visit www.brainware.com.

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Robert Zoch

 

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Brainware, Inc.

 

703-948-5831

 

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