1 November, 2016
Clinic to Cloud has announced an agreement with New Zealand-based software company, Xero, to integrate the cloud-based accounting software seamlessly into the Clinic to Cloud suite, giving doctors and medical practices a new and better way to manage their finances.
Xero is designed for small businesses to manage their accounting functions in one simple, cloud-based online portal. From invoicing through to reporting and forecasting, Xero gives doctors a streamlined and sophisticated way to oversee all financial aspects of the medical practice.
Clinic to Cloud offers doctors an all-in-one cloud-based Electronic Medical Records solution, with a network system that can be accessed from almost any internet enabled device. This integration of two innovative programs will allow doctors more financial visibility and control over their business by providing simple yet powerful reporting features. This ultimately means doctors can better track their financial records, process invoices and access data intelligence to make their practice more profitable.
The partnership signals a step in the right direction towards a fully integrated e-health solution that enables Clinic to Cloud to provide a host of tools to every clinician from young Fellows and established doctors. A medical practice is like any other business that must manage an accounting function, but this often consists of time-consuming and mundane data entry tasks which leaves open the risk of human error.
With the Xero accounting package, doctors can easily keep track of their financial records and input data with less risk of human errors that are often associated with every day, routine tasks.
“We're delighted to announce this partnership with Xero, which will help doctors save time and money by providing access to information they can easily analyse to make smart and educated financial decisions," said Rafic Habib, CEO of Clinic to Cloud.
“We saw an obvious synergy between our software and Xero’s program, and like all of our partnerships, this integration aims to free up doctors from timely administrative tasks to give better patient care and spend more time actually practising as doctors,” Mr Habib said.
The integration between Clinic to Cloud and Xero is catering to the growing trend of doctors turning to cloud-based software to help manage the accounting aspect of their practice, by strategically applying intelligent data to help inform long-term decision making.