Dynamics GP implementation made easy for smaller physician groups, or large hospitals

Manufacturers and supply chain companies have a history of using enterprise resource management software, like Microsoft Dynamics GP, to streamline and automate their business processes as well as improve customer relationships.

Is it any surprise, then, that other vertical markets are also using this software effectively? One sector, the healthcare industry, is using Microsoft Dynamics GP to track the different levels of patient care.

Furthermore, health care providers are using the platform to make certain they are meeting the tangle of compliance and regulatory mandates common to this sector.

Dynamics GP is also being used by smaller physician groups—well as hospitals—to develop community messaging, such as preventive health and wellness content. For example, an upcoming wellness seminar, or updates on flu conditions in the community can be messaged to specific patients and groups at large.

The outcome for smaller healthcare facilities is a positive in many ways, especially when it comes to positioning the group as relevant and engaged with their community.

In addition, the Dynamics GP software easily produces newsletters with distribution to pre-set addresses and groups.

Used by small and large healthcare organizations and physician practices, Dynamics GP replaces old programs to handle billing, payroll and other tasks more efficiently—like QuickBooks, or Excel.

But Microsoft developed Dynamics GP to make the transitioning from old programs seamless: the single database integrates with Excel and Outlook, for example.

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