Claims Warehouse to stop endless search through microfilm or paper files

Dallas 25 January 1999 Will the processors of medical claims soon be over and done with the time-consuming and expensive handling of microfilms and paper-based archives? The introduction of the Claims Warehouse service holds in store the beautiful promise of an automatic, quick and adequate scanning system for health care claims and all of their related documents. A wide variety of health care institutions already has been tempted by the heavenly idea of a clean office, free from bulging film and paper storage. GTESS Corporation now provides a practical answer to this vision.

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Will the processors of medical claims soon be over and done with the time-consuming and expensive handling of microfilms and paper-based archives? The introduction of the Claims Warehouse service holds in store the beautiful promise of an automatic, quick and adequate scanning system for health care claims and all of their related documents. A wide variety of health care institutions already has been tempted by the heavenly idea of a clean office, free from bulging film and paper storage. GTESS Corporation now provides a practical answer to this vision.

The ultimate secret for achieving electronic archival and retrieval of document images lies in advanced imaging and recognition technology, as it has been developed and implemented by GTESS Corporation. This Texan-based provider of automated management information services and systems for the health care business has just launched the Claims Warehouse. The state-of-the-art software package allows the customer service staff in health care institutions to store digital images of paper medical claims as well as all the associated documents on a hard drive or CD jukebox.

The new Claims Warehouse package is available as a service in conjunction with the Claims Factory, the health care paper claims outsourcing facility, delivered by GTESS. The system can also be integrated into ProCLAIM, the automated claim processing package for health care. In this way, customers are offered the opportunity to replace their outdated paper storage facilities and microfilm archives with advanced digital imaging archival and retrieval equipment. The Claims Warehouse software provides the user with a large competitive advantage while saving substantial costs in claims processing at the same time.

Managers in health care institutions will be able to employ their people far more efficiently since no time should be wasted anymore on long and vain hours of searching through microfilm and countless boxes of paper claims. Within seconds, the Claims Warehouse system is able to retrieve images of all the necessary documents. The GTESS ProCLAIM System, Claims Factory and Claims Warehouse services constitute a powerful triumvirate in the fast developing area of imaging and recognition technology for adequate use in the claims processing business.


Leslie Versweyveld

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