SAP for Healthcare: Healthcare Providers Industry Overview

SAP for Healthcare: Healthcare Providers Industry OverviewYour industry faces many challenges: improving patient care, controlling costs, meeting government regulations. SAP for Healthcare can help you meet the challenges by streamlining and integrating your healthcare processes – administrative and patient-centric – on an open, growth-capable platform. Installed in more than 800 organizations, the SAP portfolio allows you to reduce costs and increase the amount of time spent on patient care.

SAP for Healthcare provides the following features and functions:

  • Healthcare e-business applications - Help you manage patient services, treatment, scheduling, billing, accounting, clinical orders, and medical and clinical documentation
  • Healthcare-specific portals - Deliver customized information and applications for healthcare professionals
  • Internet business collaboration – Provides online communication channels and supply networks between healthcare organizations and doctors, clinics, payers, and suppliers, integrating supply chain processes with clinical processes
  • Data warehousing - Enables you to access healthcare-specific business information – from medical treatment results to laboratory data and billing data – to use for strategic planning and decision-making
  • Customer focus – Helps coordinate customer touch points, aligning all business processes around patients, external physicians, employees, donors, and other customers
  • Business support and enterprise management – Provides you with comprehensive tools and processes to manage financial accounting, human resources, procurement and inventory, and facility and plant maintenance
  • Mobile access – Provides wireless connection to critical applications and information from mobile devices – anywhere, anytime
  • Integration with other SAP Business Suite solutions and IS-H*MED - Gives you the full power of SAP Business Suite along with the leading clinical application IS-H*MED for an end-to-end solution

Download SAP for Healthcare: Healthcare Providers Industry Overview White Paper (.pdf, 585 KB).

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For further information, please visit:
http://www.sap.com/industries/healthcare/

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