Time-consuming manual work due to missing patient information
Invoices can quickly get tedious, even for leading healthcare solution providers. One of our clients was dealing with missing insurance information and typos in patients’ addresses, causing a high number of invoice rejections from patients and insurers. Back-office personnel had to call patients to make the appropriate corrections, resulting in a lot of time-consuming manual work that they wished to avoid.
Improving data quality through a patient management interface
- User-centric business requirements gathering to develop a functionality matrix and mock-ups of the solution
- Iterative development of the patient data management interface using Scrum methodology
- Regular exchanges with third-party suppliers to deliver the best product to our client
User journey to validate a file
- The main page shows all files waiting for review, with some basic information for each file.
- Users open a file to view more details. Here, for instance, the Swiss Post can indicate that the address provided is not correct, avoiding invoices to be sent to the wrong address. A corrected address is suggested; the user has the option to select the information provided or mark it to clarify it later.
- Finally, the change history displays whether files have been changed automatically or changed by a user. For legal reasons, it was important that our client could keep track of modifications applied.