Delivering Success, One Step Ahead of the Future
The future of successful medical and dental practices lies in the cutting edge technology available from QSI today. QSI is committed to providing the next generation of solutions by keeping up to speed with relevant technological advances, both within the industry and beyond. This commitment extends to keeping our clients educated and aware.
What is Saas?
Endless benefits and reduced risk for doctors and dentists.
Software as a Service (SaaS), also known as “cloud computing," refers to computer applications delivered online via the Internet. SaaS solutions provide business applications to end users without the need for costly network infrastructure and hardware, requiring only a PC or Web-enabled device with a Web browser. The software and data are stored on secure remote servers which provide 24x7x365 access. The community of SaaS applications is rapidly expanding and includes popular solutions such as Google, Intacct, Zoho, Taleo, and QSI QSIDental™ Web and NextMD.
Secure Data, Protected Practice
The benefits of medical and dental practices using web-based practice management software are numerous. Time and money is saved as the need for creating an internal server is eliminated. The practice management company handles back-ups and data security, essentially shielding the practice from responsibility and cost if a breach were to occur. Consequently, SaaS systems such as QSI's NextMD and QSIDental Web solutions help doctors be HIPAA compliant and reduce liability fees.
- On-demand accessibility
- No up-front software fees
- Secure - Increased HIPAA compliance
Learn more about QSI's cutting-edge solutions for your medical or dental practices.
Future of the Industry
Advantages of SaaS adoption are compelling, leading to significant growth within the field of healthcare.
It is anticipated that SaaS solutions will enjoy significant growth and adoption by healthcare organizations during the next five years. With reduced costs, on-demand availability, elimination of time-consuming software implementations and upgrades, reduction in information technology staff and infrastructure, SaaS solutions provide compelling business reasons for adoption.
QSI is uniquely positioned to deliver state-of-the-art SaaS solutions to medical and dental practices of every size.
- Contemporary Web 2.0 design
- Early adoption saves money
- Most people already use SaaS solutions for everyday online activities.
Read more about the QSI vision for our pioneering role in Health Information Technology.
What is EDI?
In healthcare, electronic data interchange (EDI) is a collection of e-business solutions that automates the transmission of data between healthcare organizations and third party entities using industry-standard transaction formats including insurance payers, financial institutions and clearinghouses. This EDI automation reduces costs, improves productivity, and eliminates use of hard-copy or paper claims.
Typical transactions include:
- Insurance claims (837)
- Insurance Payment Remittance Advice (835)
- Claim Attachments (275)
- Eligibility Inquiry/Response (270/271)
- Improved staff productivity
- Improved payment timeframes
- Eliminates hard costs on paper, postage, etc.
Combined with Revenue Cycle Management, EDI is a key element of QSI's RCM unit.
What is HIPAA?
HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) is a comprehensive set of Federal Regulations. Title II of HIPAA requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers. The Administrative Simplification provisions also address the security and privacy of health data. The standards are meant to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the nation's health care system by encouraging the widespread use of electronic data interchange.
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Understanding Health Reform
QSI solutions help providers manage health reform, keeping practices ahead of regulatory changes, value-based reimbursement, interoperability, coordinated care, and population health management.