Boston Software Systems Demonstrates the Importance of Automating the Registration Process

Webinar Illustrates the Value of Automation for Operational Efficiencies, Meaningful Use, EMR Implementations

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Boston Software Systems®, the leader in workflow automation technology to the healthcare market, will be offering a webinar titled, “Automating Registration: The Foundation of Hospital Business - Focus on MEDITECH,” on July 28 at 2 p.m. ET. Register here.

Whether it's part of an EMR implementation, meaningful use, a patient access project, or to improve operational efficiency, there are many opportunities to automate the registration process using MEDITECH. Arguably, the patient experience begins at the registration desk.

Harnessing the power of automation at the point of registration, when the collection of patient information is so critical, enables hospitals to better manage and support end users, and fulfill strategic business requirements. Kim Bottcher, technical specialist at Boston Software Systems, will explore and explain ways to automate registrations using Boston WorkStation®. The webinar will be followed by an open Q&A and will cover:

  • Workflows to consider during implementation
  • Expectations during roll out
  • Benefits to patients and staff

From financial and administrative tasks to clinical and patient data, hospitals require a much deeper understanding of their patients and their practices, and must have immediate access to their information at every step of the healthcare lifecycle. Hospitals that work to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data captured at the point of registration can see dramatic results in time and cost savings, as well as improved patient care.

Kim Bottcher, technical specialist

Ms. Bottcher has more than 15 years of healthcare experience assisting hospitals with projects that run the gamut from basic dictionary updates to complex 835 payment posting. Prior to working at Boston Software Systems, Ms. Bottcher ran a consulting business providing scripting, database development and training services. She has 10 years of hospital IT experience working as a MEDITECH Systems and Clinical Applications Analyst. During this time, Ms. Bottcher served on the implementation teams for the hospital’s Order Entry, PCI and Scheduling go-lives.

About Boston Software Systems

Boston Software Systems is the leading standard for workflow automation and system integration software, enabling organizations to streamline complex business processes and improve productivity. Over a thousand organizations worldwide respond to regulatory and business initiatives by using Boston Software Systems’ technologies to automate and improve processes throughout a variety of departments. Customers include more than 75 HCA hospitals, Mayo hospitals, Stanford Medical Center, CHRISTUS Health, Lutheran Health Network and Catholic Health Initiatives. Boston Software Systems partners with leading application, technology and system vendors such as McKesson, MEDITECH, Siemens, Emdeon, Ingenix and Quest Diagnostics.

For more information, please visit the company’s web site at www.bostonsoftwaresystems.com or call 866.653.5105. Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/bossoft and find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BostonSoftwareSystems.

Boston Software Systems AND Boston WorkStation are registered trademarks of Boston Software Systems, Inc.



CONTACT:

Boston Software Systems
Margaret Mayer, 866-653-5105 x 806
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or
Schwartz Communications
Davida Dinerman/Kristen Perry
781-684-0770
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