Streamlined User-Case Management Software: Making Processing Quicker and Easier
This perfect platform helps care executives tackle the interoperability challenge and create effective healthcare workflows.
FREMONT, CA: ACUITYnxt 1.5, the latest version of the industry's most intuitive case management software, is released by TCS Healthcare Technologies. This safe software application is a cloud-based case management solution that completely promotes the case management process.
The new software streamlines the process of clinical monitoring for education programs in health science. It is configured to satisfy each academic program's particular needs and accreditation criteria. Case logging, time tracking, clinical rotation scheduling, assessments, and intuitive dashboards are all accessible from nearly anywhere within one platform.
Be it home or office, users manage cases everywhere, even while on the go. ACUITYnxt makes it much easier to concentrate on the patient, not the technology, Acuitynxt can be wherever the case manager requires to be compatible with desktops, laptops, and tablets. This software also provides a user-friendly experience with complete flexibility to help the most difficult workflows in case management. ACUITYnxt adapts to the altering laws. Custom screen modules allow screen designs to develop over time without data loss while preserving ACUITYnxt's intuitive navigation. The TCS technical team performs vulnerability testing and safety updates on a regular basis to ensure information is always secure.
Featured in the list of Top 50 Healthcare Tech Companies by CIO Review, TCS Healthcare Technologies is a major supplier of health plans and third-party administrators software and clinical solutions that support and enhance medical management activities. TCS' team of clinicians and developers based in the United States, are known for their industry-wide skills- best-in-class managed care and customer support.
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