Advanced data capture and content management technology will deliver a solution that can speed payment and improve cash flow management
Westbrook Technologies, developer of Fortis and FortisBlue enterprise content management (ECM) software, and Artsyl Technologies, a leading provider of data capture and document processing technologies, recently announces a revenue cycle management solution for healthcare. Artsyl Technologies’ advanced data capture technology combined with Westbrook Technologies’ content management capabilities helps speed the payment process and improves cash flow management for providers and payors.
Artsyl’s docAlpha advanced capture solution makes it easier for customers to import content into Westbrook Technologies’ repository using preconfigured connectors to Fortis and FortisBlue and by repurposing existing templates. docAlpha can be used to capture and process unstructured data for AP (accounts payable), patient billing, release of information, claims processing, Explanation of Benefits (EOBs) and other document-intensive processes.
“The combination of technology from Artsyl and Westbrook will help healthcare organizations successfully balance both high-quality patient care and cost containment,” said Peter Ransome, VP Sales and Marketing of Westbrook Technologies. ”Our solution is designed to meet the needs of healthcare organizations and enhance interoperability of systems and departments.
“Our partnership with Westbrook Technologies enables our joint customers to take advantage of Fortis and FortisBlue’s strong capabilities in workflow, content lifecycle management and integration with line-of-business systems,” said Jeff Moore, Chief Sales Officer of Artsyl Technologies. “Artsyl brings scalable, cost-effective advanced capture to the healthcare market. With our modern architecture, self-learning and wizard based definition generator, users can dramatically reduce data entry costs, increase data accuracy and streamline the process of importing content into the Fortis or FortisBlue repository. docAlpha’s front-end capture technology makes the overall ECM experience much more efficient.
About Westbrook Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Branford, CT, Westbrook Technologies’ solutions help organizations of all sizes manage document- and data-intensive processes in compliance-centric industries. The Company is the developer of Fortis content management software in use by thousands of customers worldwide to capture, index, securely store and retrieve critical information – instantly and securely. Its FortisBlue product line, accessible from the cloud, has an intuitive interface to make daily information management tasks effortless. All Fortis solutions are cost effective, fast to deploy and easy to use. For more information, visit http://westbrooktech.com/.
About Artsyl Technologies, Inc.
Artsyl Technologies headquartered in Toronto, Canada develops a full range of document and data capture software which reduces the cost of document centric processes, increases data accuracy and improves the speed at which data is fed into line-of-business applications. Artsyl’s products are used to automate the storage of documents as well as improve customer service and regulatory compliance. The company sells its products through a network of more than 120 Value Added Resellers who specialize in a variety of applications such as Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable Automation, human resources, healthcare, education and state and local government.
docAlpha is a highly scalable, server-based product which automatically collects, identifies and captures large volumes of structured and semi-structured documents and data. docAlpha integrates with a wide range of front-end scanners, MFPs and fax servers and with popular document management and database back ends. For more information, visit http://www.artsyltech.com/.