You just recently joined with a successful physicians group in the community. The decision to pull away from the large clinic setting you were in for over ten years was a difficult one. Influencing your decision was the recent deployment by the group of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM software, something your previous employer had recently implemented.

Today’s technology, like using Dynamics CRM software in the healthcare sector, provides powerful business tools to track patient care while making sure compliance and regulatory issues are met.

‘Cash flows’ improve…

With smaller practices, the billing process, as well as working with vendors, can be insurmountable, particularly when using stand-alone programs like Excel. Manual entries are prone to errors, resulting in inaccurate billings that can result in slower cash flows.

By using Dynamics CRM the entire billing process can be seamless due to its standardization of handling a host of patient—and vendor—information.

Smaller practices and ‘trial management’…

With the right software tools, like Dynamics, even smaller physician practices might be better suited to undertake certain medical research projects offered by the pharmaceutical industry, for example. The platform is customizable with Dashboards to track results and compliance requirements throughout a trial period.

Community outreach made easier with Dynamics CRM…

Private practices can offer their own preventative and wellness messaging in the community, from creating newsletters to sponsoring seminars. Newsletters, for example, can be automated for delivery to select community members as well as patients.

“No need to dump old programs!”

The idea behind Dynamics CRM is to allow the integration of programs like Excel and Outlook. This maximizes the investment in CRM, not to mention an easier transition during training.

Contact us to learn more on why we are a leading online supplier of Microsoft Dynamics products worldwide: BuyERP offers Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics SL, Dynamics CRM and multiple independent Software Vendors (ISV’s) at the lowest price dependent on a competitive quote.