Automating Medical Records Capture & Healthcare Document Solutions

Utilising best-of-breed products such as Kofax, Computron have the experience in Australia, to improve virtually all administrative areas of any healthcare organisation by eliminating paper and paper-based processes, improving electronic information workflow and at the same time providing advanced analytics on any process.

We help to automate many costly healthcare related document processes by capturing medical, patient and financial information at the point of entry, then transforming it into meaningful information, and communicating with any appropriate line of business systems in a secure and auditable way.

All this can be achieved with a single unified healthcare automation platform to capture and intelligently process any type of documentation, including:

  • Inbound Mail Handling
  • Medicare and Insurance Details
  • Identification Documents
  • Admissions Forms
  • Insurance Documents
  • Accounts Payable
  • HR Forms & Materials
  • Clinical Notes
  • Laboratory Results
  • And Much More

Additionally, mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones can now be integrated and used to capture documents or any other multi-media file, where either medical or administrative staff need to handle information while on the move.

A complete Mobile SDK also exists to create bespoke applications as needed.

Read about our Implementation at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse

Why Choose Computron

Computron – The Australian Kofax Partner of Choice For Medical Automation Solutions

We have one of the best trained healthcare automation solutions development teams in Australia and Asia to implement a completely tailored system for your medical environment.

We have attained Kofax Diamond Partner status and not without good reason. We pay attention to detail, work as a dedicated team, and deliver what we promise.

Our professional services team in Australia alone, has a staggering 40+ years experience in managing and providing business process solutions, so you can be assured you are in safe hands. We Specialise in the provision of healthcare automation solutions and have a proven track record of delivering projects on-time and on-budget.

The Benefits of Healthcare Automation

Achieve Dramatic Increases in Efficiency
Automatically capture and classify any health, patient and finance document, and route process-ready information to the point of care. This can also apply to non-clinical areas such as accounts payable,  accounting, legal, etc.

Rapidly Move to Electronic Health Records (PCEHR’s)
Capture, transform, exchange and archive health information to meet “Meaningful Use” requirements and Government mandates.

Enable Better Patient Outcomes
Share real-time electronic information with doctors, nurses, clinicians and patients to enable better care and minimise costly re-admissions.

Reduce Operational and Health Care Costs
Eliminate the handling, shipping and storage of documents, and make service and financial information available to expedite billing and minimise claim denials.

Electronic Health Records (PCEHR's)

Automatically capture, extract and route patient and financial information to enhance patients’ electronic health records

We enable healthcare organisations to automatically capture, extract, process and route patient, health and financial information to electronic health records (PCEHRs)—while helping to meet “meaningful use.”

Using a single capture platform that integrates with Health Information Systems (HIS) and PCEHR systems, all information, including insurance identification, admission forms, medical history, clinical documentation and lab results, can be captured and entered into a single patient record.

By automatically capturing all information associated with a patient’s stay in the hospital or visit to the emergency room into a single PCEHR, hospitals can improve productivity, eliminate lost files, and enable better visibility into patient care.

Overview - Revenue Cycle Management

Speed up Reimbursement by Generating Highly Accurate Bills

Solutions for revenue cycle management enable leaders in the healthcare industry to pursue operational excellence by eliminating costly manual processes and hand-offs for patient billing.

All accounts payable, invoice processing, insurance identification, admission forms, as well as treatments and procedures, can be captured during the First Mile™ of patient interaction.

It is then automatically transformed into actionable information ready for coding and submission for reimbursement. Information is routed to the right people, processes and back-end systems — enabling organisations to become more efficient while significantly reducing costs.

By eliminating paper-based information, hospitals can improve productivity, eliminate lost billing opportunities, and enable better visibility into patient billing, regardless of where it is in the revenue cycle.

Key Drivers - Revenue Cycle Management

Increase Processing Efficiency
Reduce collecting, sorting and manual paper handling by automatically capturing and extracting data to help increase processing efficiency, data accuracy and information availability.

Consolidate Billing Information
Integrate silo’s of information to capture billing and financial information—including accounts payable and invoice processing—from anywhere, while integrating with HIS/PCEHR systems.

Access Information in Real-Time
Provide real-time access to all patient billing information from registration through discharge to enhance efficiency and provide a better patient experience.

Reduce Labour Costs
Speed processing and reduce labour costs by capturing critical data and documents required to validate information for revenue cycle management.

Improve Revenue Generation
Speed reimbursements by creating “clean bills” the first time out while reducing the number of denied insurance claims.

Mitigate Risk and Promote Compliance
Protect patient information and enable HIPAA compliance while providing an audit trail that may be required.

Clinical Process Intelligence and Analytics

Optimise and align back office and clinical data to improve operations, care quality and competitiveness

Solutions for process-aware analytics and business intelligence can enable hospitals and healthcare systems to unlock the data captured in multiple applications and transform it into useful, relevant information.

It delivers complete, consistent and accurate information that gives healthcare decision-makers with the critical insight they need to meet their organisational goals and gain a competitive advantage.

Kofax offers powerful capabilities for advanced business intelligence, shared risk management, utilisation and care co-ordination. It also provides advanced analytics for HIM records, lab management, revenue cycle management, claims processing and purchasing.

Organisations can now better identify critical issues, trends as well as opportunities to improve care, reduce costs and make more informed decisions.

Key Drivers - Process Intelligence and Analytics

Easy Access to Critical Information – Obtain visualisations and analysis of both back office and clinical operations to make timely, fact-based decisions.

Drive Growth and Competitiveness – Identify, implement and monitor operational process inefficiencies to leverage capacity and capabilities to drive down operating costs and ensure market competitiveness.

Empower Employees – Show care providers and operations personnel visualise their part in operational strategies and provide the metrics they need to measure their success.

Evaluate Operations and Diagnose Problems – With intuitive graphical dashboards users can quickly drill into, filter and otherwise investigate operational data to discover bottlenecks and diagnose problems.

Promote Collaboration and Access – By providing access to operational dashboards, medical, ancillary and administrative staff can share information with peers via a variety of collaboration features to improve performance and reduce costs.

Set Organisational Goals – By providing access to operational dashboards, medical, ancillary and administrative staff can share information with peers via a variety of collaboration features to improve performance and reduce costs.