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New eHealthSmart reporting solution to bolster NZ's Allied health firms
Tue, 4th May 2021
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New Zealand's smaller Allied health firms now have access to a new reporting solution that can assist staff with managing their business - at a fraction of the cost of those commonly seen in larger enterprises.

Flock Consulting, a local provider of business intelligence services, has released the reporting software called eHealthSmart.

The software is designed to provide daily revenue updates, as well as appointments, productivity, and retention within practices using the Gensolve or Cliniko practice management system.

The company further states, “eHealthSmart is a cost-effective way for small to medium-sized health practices to have access to reporting to manage their business like a larger organisation, without the costs normally associated with a business intelligence project.

Pre-built visual charts also show the most common reporting requirements within a practice.

According to Flock Consulting managing partner Jon Foote, smaller practices can struggle to find affordable solutions. This is why the company developed eHealthSmart, and also made it accessible and easy to use.

According to one customer, “The immediate benefit was the ability to easily identify appointments that hadn't been completed correctly, so we could go back into Gensolve to fix them straight away, this helps us capture missed or delayed reimbursements from ACC.

The company plans to evolve the platform to include outcomes data that tracks treatment successes for patients, and patient's recovery goals.

There will also be future functionality to include reporting to software solutions including Facebook, Google Analytics, LinkedIn, MYOB, and Xero.

eHealthSmart pricing starts at $99 per month. Standard packages are available for practices up to 5 clinicians, up to 20 clinicians or custom options for practices over 20 clinicians, or multiple practices.

eHealthSmart is accessible from a computer or mobile web browser.