Unibased Continues To Grow Its Award Winning Enterprise Scheduling and Surgery Management Software with Its Latest Major Release, RMS/ORMS 6.09M

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Unibased Systems Architecture, Inc. (USA), the leading provider of enterprise-wide resource management solutions to the healthcare industry, today announced the third major release this year, RMS/ORMS Release 6.09M. Users will discover over 48 major improvements throughout software release 6.09.

Unibased Systems Architecture, Inc. (USA), the leading provider of enterprise-wide resource management solutions to the healthcare industry, today announced the third major release this year, RMS/ORMS Release 6.09M. Users will discover over 48 major improvements throughout software release 6.09. The highly renowned Unibased quality control programs insure RMS/ORMS 6.09M is stable, reliable and efficient.

Examples include:

  • Process Management for Patient Access: The multiplicity of rules and regulation to be followed in order to prepare a patient bill and claim are a heavy burden on your access management and financial team. RMS provides a new module which tracks the incomplete data components and ensures completion prior to day of service.
  • Work Load Smoothing: Several new features have been added to allow a more even distribution of provider work loads associated with scheduled activity.
  • Scheduler Efficiency: Various improvements related to more productive use of scheduler time have been included. Actual scheduling will be speedier, and physician/patient phone times will be reduced.

  • Routine Reporting Improvements: New reports and additional access points improve the overall process.

  • Surgeon Preference Items For OR: The surgeon preference items module has been improved in several areas, including more effective charge capture, automatic item substitutions where allergies are involved, seasonal and weighted forecasting alternatives for supply items, preference item usage ABC Analysis and Reporting and expanded item search capabilities. Using the commonly understood Pareto 80/20 Analysis, the ABC Inventory Analysis provides the capability to review preference item usage based on average cost or billing charge data over a facility specified historical range of dates. This report, available in spreadsheet format such as Excel, can be sent to senior executives by department management and data may then be manipulated to analyze specific inventory issues, concerns, or trends.
  • Patient Safety and Work Flow: Surgical department software improvements emphasize patient safety and work effort reductions related to data collection.

With this release, Unibased is expanding its professional service offerings. In addition to routine training and technical assistance, Unibased is recommending assessment and workflow studies that should result in major labor savings and increased net revenues. According to Larry Covington, Unibased President, “RMS/ORMS has evolved and expanded so much over the last two years that many clients may not be aware of the great features available in each new release. Because of work force turnover, new personnel may not even be aware of the basic capabilities. A brief assessment performed by Unibased professionals could reap almost instantaneous rewards.”

About Unibased Systems Architecture, Inc. (USA): Unibased and its products have maintained the highest rankings from the KLAS independent reporting for the last six years and their reputation for product quality, reliability, and supporting services has no equal in the HIT industry.    Unibased markets various products which are open, scalable, integrated client/server and web enabled solutions, designed to meet the unique needs of sophisticated enterprise organizations. Unibased has major solution offerings in the HIT and air travel markets, providing real-time production scheduling, human resource, security and financial systems. In the HIT industry, Resource Management System (RMS) is an integrated solution which schedules and tracks patient resource needs from pre-access through follow-up. RMS also monitors the effectiveness of clinical programs, financial productivity and capacity management. PeriOperative Resource Management System (ORMS) is an integrated module which addresses OR scheduling, surgeon preferences, suite utilization, clinical documentation, materials management, clinical worker training and certification. RMS/ORMS results in significant improvements in physician and patient relations. Unibased products and services are available through direct sales, marketing partners, value added resellers and system integrators. Unibased is a private corporation founded in 1986, and is based in Chesterfield, Missouri. Visit Unibased on the web at http://www.unibased.com.

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