Mobile apps, analytics, HL7, ICD consulting

  • Healthcare Mobile apps: Mobile applications that allow patients, fitness enthusiasts, and other people to keep track of their health and get online assistance. With the help of healthcare mobile apps, users can consult a doctor online, monitor their vital signs, manage their medications, access their medical records, and more1.
  • Hospital management solutions: Software systems that help hospitals and other healthcare facilities to manage their daily operations, such as patient registration, appointment scheduling, billing, inventory, staff management, and reporting.
  • HIPAA / OSHA-compliant apps development: Software development services that ensure that the apps created for the healthcare industry comply with the regulations and standards set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). These regulations aim to protect the privacy and security of patients’ health information and the safety and health of workers in the healthcare sector.
  • Patient history management & scheduling: Software system that help healthcare providers to store, access, and update patients’ medical history, such as allergies, medications, diagnoses, treatments, test results, and more. They also help to schedule appointments for patients with doctors or other specialists.
  • Clinical and enterprise dashboards:  Software tools that provide a visual representation of key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics for healthcare organizations. They help to monitor and analyze the quality, efficiency, productivity, and profitability of clinical and administrative processes.
  • Healthcare BI and health-data warehousing: Solutions that enable healthcare organizations to collect, store, integrate, analyze, and visualize data from various sources, such as electronic health records (EHRs), medical devices, billing systems, insurance claims, etc. They help to generate insights and reports that support decision making and improve outcomes for patients and providers.
  • Application for speedy claims processing: Applications that help healthcare providers to submit and process insurance claims faster and more accurately. They help to reduce errors, rejections, denials, and delays in claims processing. They also help to improve cash flow and customer satisfaction.
  • Medical practice management software for Physicians:  To help physicians and other medical professionals to manage their practices efficiently and effectively. They help to automate tasks such as scheduling, billing, coding, documentation, reporting, communication, etc. They also help to enhance patient care and satisfaction.
  • Billing and revenue cycle management solution: Software solution that helps healthcare providers to optimize their billing and revenue cycle processes. They help to capture charges, verify eligibility, submit claims, collect payments, follow up on denials, etc. They also help to reduce costs, increase revenue, and improve cash flow.
  • ICD 10 conversion: To help healthcare providers to transition from the International Classification of Diseases 9th Revision (ICD-9) to the 10th Revision (ICD-10). ICD-10 is a more detailed and comprehensive coding system that improves the accuracy and specificity of diagnosis and procedure codes. It also helps to enhance data quality, reporting, reimbursement, and compliance.
  • HL 7 integration: To help healthcare providers to integrate their systems and applications using the Health Level Seven (HL7) standards. HL7 is a set of protocols that enable the exchange of clinical and administrative data among different healthcare entities. It helps to improve interoperability, efficiency, coordination, and quality of care.

Data warehouse / BI

  • Data mining, integration and transformation:
    • Discovering patterns, trends, and insights from large and complex data sets. Data mining can be used for various purposes, such as classification, clustering, association, prediction, anomaly detection, and more.
    • Combining data from multiple sources into a single and consistent view. Data integration can involve cleaning, transforming, and reconciling the data, as well as resolving any inconsistencies or conflicts that may exist between the different sources.
    • Converting data from one format or structure to another. Data transformation can be used to make the data more suitable for analysis, storage, or transmission. Data transformation can involve operations such as filtering, sorting, aggregating, splitting, merging, joining, and more.
  • Reports, Custom reports, Reports automation
    • Reports that are tailored to the specific needs and preferences of the users or clients. Custom reports can allow users to select the data sources, parameters, filters, metrics, dimensions, charts, tables, and other elements that they want to include in their reports.
    • Creating and delivering reports automatically without human intervention. Reports automation can save time, reduce errors, and improve consistency and accuracy of the reports. Reports automation can involve scheduling, triggering, generating, formatting, and distributing the reports.
  • Quality metrics, Scorecards, Benchmarks
    • Tools that display the performance of data or processes against predefined goals or targets. Scorecards can use indicators such as colors (green for good, yellow for fair, red for poor), symbols (check marks for achieved, crosses for not achieved), or numbers (percentages or ratios) to show the status of each goal or target.
    • Standards or points of reference that are used to compare the performance of data or processes. Benchmarks can be derived from best practices, industry averages, historical data, competitors’ data, or other sources. Benchmarks can help to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement.

Domain and other experience

  • Physicians scheduling:
    • System to assign work hours and shifts to doctors and their staff. It can be challenging and time-consuming, especially for physicians who have multiple roles and locations. Physician scheduling software is a tool that can help managers/administrators schedule more efficiently and fairly than manual or spreadsheet methods.
  • Long Term Care:
    • A database system for long term care is a software system that stores, manages, and analyzes data related to the care of individuals who have chronic illnesses or disabilities that affect their ability to perform daily activities. A database system for long term care can have various functions and features, such as:
      • Patient data: The system can store and update information about each patient’s demographics, medical history, diagnoses, treatments, medications, allergies, preferences, and more. The system can also track the patient’s progress and outcomes over time.
      • Care plan: The system can create and maintain a personalized care plan for each patient based on their needs, goals, and preferences. The system can also monitor and evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the care plan.
      • Staff data: The system can store and update information about each staff member’s credentials, qualifications, roles, responsibilities, schedules, and performance. The system can also facilitate communication and collaboration among staff members.
      • Billing and reimbursement: The system can generate and process invoices and claims for the services provided to the patients. The system can also verify eligibility, manage contracts, and handle payments from various sources, such as Medicare, Medicaid, insurance companies, or private payers.
      • Quality improvement: The system can collect and analyze data on various quality indicators, such as patient satisfaction, safety incidents, infection rates, readmission rates, etc. The system can also generate reports and dashboards that show the performance and outcomes of the care provided.
      • Regulatory compliance: The system can ensure that the data and processes comply with the relevant regulations and standards set by federal, state, or local authorities. For example, the system can submit the required Minimum Data Set (MDS) assessments for each patient to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The system can also protect the privacy and security of the data according to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

The healthcare industry is known for its rapid pace. When you are running a busy clinic or a hospital, it’s often just not possible to slow down for a technology project. We are proud of our record of more than 95% on-time project delivery. We’ve delivered high-quality solutions spanning virtually every sub-field of the healthcare industry, including EMR, clinical medicine, revenue cycle management, medical transcription, health insurance, HIPAA, claims processing, and medical management.  (HL7, HIPPA, Claims, Provider and Medical management)

Mantras global teams have strong understanding of healthcare domain, security (HIPAA) requirements and most importantly of the needs of Health-care providers. Over the years, Mantra has successfully delivered many healthcare applications.