Nursing home networks face a unique set of challenges around healthcare contract management. Since they are subject to strict laws and regulations, nursing homes need to be vigilant when establishing and maintaining contracts - as to avoid litigation costs, witness depositions, and the frantic retrieval of mismanaged contracts. With disorganized or manual processes, nursing homes increase the risk of lawsuits, misplaced documents, data entry errors, contract lifecycle bottlenecks, damaged reputation, wasted time, and revenue loss. Luckily, contract management software can help nursing home networks establish a seamless contract lifecycle, remain compliant, reduce wasted time, unify and secure documents, efficiently and accurately enter data, and manage contracts with varying complexity and volume. Here’s how.
CobbleStone’s award-winning contract management software, Contract Insight®, is a user-friendly system, able to meet any industry’s needs with a few easy configurations. Leading life sciences and pharmaceutical companies use Contract Insight as their preferred life sciences contract management software to simplify and streamline their process. Learn from this real-world example how a global life sciences company chose Contract Insight as their contract management system and utilized the user-friendly software’s configurability to ensure the system met their needs.
Contract tracking is a significant challenge for legal, procurement, and contract management professionals. Manual contract management processes may suffice for organizations managing low numbers of contracts, but when contract volume increases to hundreds, thousands, and beyond, contract failure rates increase exponentially.
When reading magazines, advertisements, or even this blog post our brain begins the process of recognizing the patterns that make up the characters. Our computer is able to do the exact same thing. Image-based documents can be converted into a language the computer understands for it to be able to read the document we need it to. This is where the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) tool comes into play. An OCR tool should be simple to use within a business software system that, in the long run, can save a company time.