Nova Scotia to Improve Revenue Management Processes with Infor

Infor recently announced that Nova Scotia Health and IWK Health have selected the Infor Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management application to help their organizations meet the goals of its digital transformation program, One Person One Record (OPOR). Per the press release, this major program will replace health information systems used throughout the province of Nova Scotia with a new clinical information system. Key Infor applications will be used to modernize and unify disparate patient accounting and billing systems. Scott McKenna, chief information officer, Nova Scotia Health and IWK Health, adds, “During our selection process, Infor demonstrated its understanding of the vision and strategic direction of One Person One Record, and how billing systems are part of the overall transformation. This technology will consolidate and streamline client and patient billing, payments, and follow-up for cases such as out-of-country patients or uninsured patients.”


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