Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Allscripts
Sunrise Financial Manager™ (SFM), a solution that enables hospitals and health systems to manage revenue in an integrated way across the enterprise, is now available. The latest in a long line of revenue cycle solutions from Allscripts, SFM breaks new ground with its Visual Workflow capabilities, allowing users to configure the financial process to meet the organization's needs and to address constantly changing regulations and payment models in the new world of accountable care.
Sunrise Financial Manager is built on the
Sunrise Enterprise™ 6.0 platform.
Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager™ (SCM), Sunrise Financial Manager,
Sunrise Enterprise Registration™ and
Sunrise Enterprise Scheduling™ all run the same platform using one database. This provides Allscripts clients with a modern, integrated clinical and financial platform, designed for use with the new value based care payment models.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center has signed on as an early adopter of SFM. Jefferson is a long-standing user of Sunrise Clinical Manager and Sunrise Enterprise Registration.
Sunrise Financial Manager was developed with the future in mind. The solution's flexibility helps organizations adapt to change while mitigating business interruption. At the heart of this concept is Sunrise Visual Workflow, a workflow tool that allows for rapid adaptation to change.
SFM supports the hospitals and health systems efforts to:
- Avoid re-work and manual processes by redesigning common activities with Visual Workflow
- Improve cash flow by making the billing process accurate, complete and timely across the enterprise
- Speed payments by being notified of status of claims to avoid bottlenecks
- Standardize on one patient financial solution for both institutional and professional billing and receivables management
"Sunrise Financial Manager completes our integrated solution stack for hospitals and healthcare organizations who need to survive and thrive in a world of Accountable and Value Based Care," said
, Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts. "Designed using the latest Microsoft technology with the future in mind, the system is integrated, connected and focused on care coordination across a patients total health experience."
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