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Four Ways to Overcome Reporting Challenges with CareTend

Spreadsheets, papers, and handwritten formulas slow you down and create more work for tomorrow.

Instead, speed up your reporting process with the full array of custom reports in CareTend. No manual work is required.

1. Generate reports instantly with real-time data

You could spend hours each week re-creating spreadsheet reports with the latest stats. But with CareTend, you only create the reports you need once. Then, at any time, the system can extract the information you need and display it in easy-to-read dashboards. The data is always at your fingertips and always up to date.

  • Eliminate static spreadsheets that expire the next day
  • Spot errors and delays instantly with automated exception reporting
  • Auto-schedule weekly reports so that they are at your desk when you need them
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2. Provide required data to payers, manufacturers, and accrediting bodies – on time every time

Easily configure reports to meet the demands of pharma and insurance companies, to help you earn more business and reduce denials, audits and payment delays.

  • Track patient referrals, adherence and REMS
  • Easily compare the average time to fill and medication possession ratio (MPR)
  • See the proportion of days covered (PDC) by therapy and patient

3. Evaluate your daily work process

CareTend helps you visualize every step in your workflow in real time, so you can identify bottlenecks and fix costly delays.

  • View each day’s new orders, orders filled, and orders remaining
  • Spot order delays, underlying causes, and the responsible employees
  • Monitor order progress and employee output

4. Respond to audits quickly and confidently

When your claims are questioned, CareTend equips you to respond effectively to recoup all the revenue you deserve.

  • Instantly provide intervention data, spending history, and patient outcomes
  • Report on how many scripts you fill within the same day
  • Compare distribution rates of drugs for manufacturers and competitors
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