Streamlining the Process for Relief Funds

The Biden-Harris Administration made $25.5 billion in new funding available for healthcare providers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. HHS announced availability of the funding, which includes: $8.5 billion in American Rescue Plan (ARP) resources for providers who serve rural Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), or Medicare patients An additional $17 billion for Provider ReliefContinue reading “Streamlining the Process for Relief Funds”

Going to HIMSS21? Here’s What You Need to Know

HIMSS21 kicks off next week in Las Vegas. This much anticipated event, the industry’s largest, was rescheduled from March and is the first and largest on-site healthcare conference since the beginning of the pandemic. It’s everyone’s favorite healthcare and IT conference, and in past years included over 43,000 attendees. This year, a little over 700Continue reading “Going to HIMSS21? Here’s What You Need to Know”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Not Ready for Prime Time in Healthcare, Yet

Sometimes we read what others are saying and, because we want it to be true, we imagine it is true. It’s important to break down false promises and inaccurate information about Artificial Intelligence (AI). Healthcare has not even begun to realize the potential of AI, as we are merely at the infancy stages of applyingContinue reading “Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Not Ready for Prime Time in Healthcare, Yet”

Staying On Track with Digital Initiatives

This has been one tough year for healthcare, and like other parts of life, progress isn’t always linear. What we find more valuable than simply acknowledging the outcome of progress is in recognizing the value of the experience itself. And this applies well to digital technology. We Embraced Digital Technology We made great strides inContinue reading “Staying On Track with Digital Initiatives”

Boston Software Systems Interview with Brad Cox, Director of Patient Accounting, Northwestern Medicine

When a provider contacts a payer to check a claim status, it takes an average of 14 minutes and costs the provider $7.12. By the time a claim reaches a denied status, the provider has lost at least two weeks. Considering that the time between claims submission and payment can be as long as fourContinue reading “Boston Software Systems Interview with Brad Cox, Director of Patient Accounting, Northwestern Medicine”

Boston Software Systems Latest Release, BWS20, Debuts in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud

An increasing number of businesses are moving to the cloud, including businesses looking to take advantage of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Boston Software Systems, the global leader in healthcare-specific RPA solutions, announced this week that its latest product offering, Boston WorkStation 20 (BWS20), is now available in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. The AWSContinue reading “Boston Software Systems Latest Release, BWS20, Debuts in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud”

KLAS Spotlights Boston Software Systems for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Excellence

Recognized for Overall Customer Satisfaction and Fast Time to Value. BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, USA, September 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Boston Software Systems, a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions for the Healthcare industry, announced its recognition as an emerging technology vendor in a new KLAS 2020 Research Spotlight. The report details the company’s topContinue reading “KLAS Spotlights Boston Software Systems for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Excellence”

Boston Software Systems Prioritizes Usability of RPA Tools with Latest Release: BWS20

Boston Software Systems, the leader in healthcare automation, is building upon their existing powerful and accurate platform for healthcare automation, with the BWS20 release, including the new Content Connection. This release enhances usability with new features and tools and packages them in an updated User Interface (UI), making automations easier to build and maintain acrossContinue reading “Boston Software Systems Prioritizes Usability of RPA Tools with Latest Release: BWS20”

Expanding Telehealth Capabilities During the COVID-19 Crisis

Automating the Lab Order Entry Process in Telehealth CASE STUDY | TELESCOPE HEALTH Organization: Telescope HealthLocation: Jacksonville, FLGoals: Increase efficiency, reduce errors, align to provider workflowsResults: Improved accuracy, reduced data entry process by 85%, reduced error rates by 70%, reduced manual labor by 4 FTEs Telescope Health, a telemedicine provider in Northeast Florida, chose BostonContinue reading “Expanding Telehealth Capabilities During the COVID-19 Crisis”