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It is quite common for a Hospital Management System (HMS) to only cover a part of the facility’s functionality, and therefore requiring multiple systems to be brought in to canvas financial, patient, admin and backend processes. While some of these may integrate, most don’t.

Below are 5 reasons to convert to one complete HMS and replace fragmented workflows:

  1. Seamless System Operation
  2. Workflow Efficiency
  3. Financial Efficiency
  4. Business Intelligence
  5. Improved Communication

MIMSYS Asia Pacific is an HMS that covers the entire relationship between a health facility and its patients. It replaces fragmented systems, improves patient access to care and facilitates the optimal delivery and use of services.

Know more at www.mimsys.com.au or come visit us at HIC at booths 40 & 41.

Sponsored by MIMSYS

MIMSYS is implemented in leading Medical institutions and is currently used by the majority of all hospitals in the sophisticated Dubai market. In addition the software is used across the Middle East and Africa. MIMSYS has been instrumental in assisting these clients achieve HIMSS Level 5 and above, Joint Commission International accreditation (JCIA) and College of American Pathology (CAP) accreditation. The MIMSYS Hospital Management Solution is developed on the globally acclaimed award-winning SAGE 300 platform.

Our Hospital solution has been localised for the Asia Pacific region, covering all functional and operational needs of a healthcare facility. As a result modules such as billing, claims and insurance are region specific.

We have a vertical focus on innovation by changing the way providers at the point of care access information. Our Mission is to provide world-class solutions by combining best practices, knowledge and expertise to deliver Business Value.

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