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Provider Management Solutions
The PDR is a SQL Server relational database designed to hold Provider Data in a hierarchical and historical manner. The architecture of the PDR incorporates concepts that aid in achieving the highest level of data integrity and accuracy possible, while also making the system extremely responsive.
The PDI is the interface that makes everything in the PDR work correctly. All user interaction and viewing of Provider Data is performed with the PDI. As data is entered, imported, or maintained the PDI is controlling the logic and data validation processes to ensure Provider Data remains accurate.
An online Provider Directory is fed directly from the PDR data, or a separate data model that is a subset of the PDR data. Centecore already has a working, SB137 compliant Provider Directory that would greatly enhance functionality available to CCAH Members.
The Provider Management Solution.
Maintaining accurate Provider data is one of the largest challenges facing Insurance and Medical Related Organizations today. Not only is this a key factor for optimal internal operations to your company, but providing up to date information to your Members/Clients is now an expected, and often required service. A consolidated source of all Provider information that is easy to use, maintain and can be a source of data for online delivery methods is essential.
The staff of Centecore consists of Administrators, Analysts and Developers that have been exactly where you are today; dealing with the daily challenges of working with Provider data that is found in pieces throughout various departments and in different formats. Everyone at Centecore has experience in the Health Care Industry and works to continually find solutions to help increase efficiency and accuracy of Health Care processes.
What Centecore offers is not a canned product, but instead a custom application that incorporates your needs and business rules. This solution is based on industry standards, proven data hierarchy and data integrity methods, State and Local requirements, and future growth considerations.