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Accelerate your delivery process by digitising your medical administration with SigniFlow for health care
When most people think of health care, they think of the doctors and nurses on the frontline. Medical administration serves in the background and is a vital part of the health care industry's heart beat.
Health care is one of the most complex and evolving industries, and in most parts of the world, still fully reliant on paper-based processes.
Administering prescriptions, patient records, patient on-boarding and medical aid administration in a non-digital world requires hard work and is prone to mistakes.
The Digital Record
Like many others, the industry is evolving and the need for digitisation and digital records has become critical to its future. Managing millions of records across states/provinces and between countries requires end-to-end digitisation.
Digitising records is the easy part. Keeping them safe, available and legally compliant, is the challenging part.
SigniFlow was built to integrate and to automate. Compliance and security are at the forefront of our technology. From doctors' prescriptions to integrations with practice management systems, SigniFlow understands what it takes.
In the spotlight
The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) is a statutory body that provides regulatory supervision of private health financing through medical schemes.
The administration associated with accreditation, financial supervision and compliance of around 100 medical schemes and its millions of members, is an immense task.
CMS needed to automate their paper-based document delivery processes, which previously required painstakingly slow and difficult to track postal, courier and email services between stakeholders.
Council for Medical Schemes
A story of success.
For compliancy, SigniFlow was deployed on-premise and integrated with the council's active directory and document management system, M-Files. CMS now boasts a fully digital document delivery system that takes a few hours to achieve what previously took weeks.