Clinicspectrum is exhibiting at ‘HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition – 2017’, Come visit us at Booth no.472.
“We at Clinicspectrum work to simplify the day-to-day office work of healthcare practices. We also have a collection of software that helps healthcare practices lessen the time spent on office work and concentrate more on patient health, at the same time, improving productivity of the practice.
Measuring productivity in workplace can be very demanding. It doesn’t matter the kind of business, measuring the employee productivity accurately is very crucial. By doing so you get a clear insight into the overall skill, engagement, and potency of your staff. Plus, you can also keep track of your targets and the progress made to reach your goals.
ProductivitySpectrum is a Cloud-based and secure HIPPA Compliant Automated Patient Balance Collection Process.
Other features of ProductivitySpectrum include:
• Time Clock functionality.
• Benchmarking and Compliance.
• Self-Benchmarking and Performance Analysis.
• Daily Reporting and comparison with Benchmark for performance.
• Audit Tool for Employee Productivity and Desk Time Analysis with actual WORK TIME.
• Source Configuration for avoiding nonproductive web browsing and social interaction time.
• Web monitoring for productivity management and Skills enhancements.
Using the right tools is very essential for the growth of your business. Sign-up for a free trial!
Visit our website to check out our different Products and Services for healthcare practices.
The HIMSS17 conference brings together more than 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives, and vendors from around the world to enjoy an exceptional breadth of educational opportunities, while showcasing cutting-edge health IT products.
Clinicspectrum is exhibiting at ‘HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition – 2017’,
Booth no.472. Do Visit Us there!
You can also tweet us @ClinicSpectrum and follow us on Facebook at fb.com/Clinicspectrum. Watch our video series on YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/Clinicspectrum “