Streamline healthcare business processes
Don’t let inefficient processes get in the way of patient care. Nintex helps healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, and medical device manufacturers reduce costs and save time, so they can deliver better outcomes for patients.
More time to focus on healthier lives
Meet patient expectations
Patients expect seamless digital experiences before, during, and aftercare. Automate workflows and remove paper-based processes to improve patient satisfaction and to help healthcare professionals deliver better outcomes.
Comply with complex and ever-shifting healthcare data regulations. Make sure sensitive data can be leveraged, knowing that it will always be handled efficiently and securely.
Improve productivity and reduce costs to improve performance through automation. Remove paper-based processes, improve communication and collaboration, and break free from siloed data and processes.
Automate administrative processes to free up employees’ time while remaining fully compliant with security regulations and accounting for future growth. Nintex also helps improve patient experiences by digitizing processes.
Automate the entire travel process for pharmaceutical sales teams on the road. Replace paper-based requests with an automated approval process that allows managers to e-sign and approve travel requests from any location.
Medical device manufacturers
Transition from your legacy CRM to a modern, robust system that facilitates document creation, editing, and management. With Nintex, automated workflows dramatically increase the consistency of data storage and access to information.
Health insurance data processing
The better, faster alternative to macros or outsourcing, Nintex Foxtrot RPA file transfer software functionality provides superior outcomes and shortens revenue cycles while reducing reliance on manual data entry and maintenance.
The more opportunities we give employees to put their time and talents toward patient care, the better we can support the health of our community./ Rick Casteel, Vice President of IT at Upper Chesapeake Health /