Who For

Executives rely on correct information to inform their decisions

Health Information Managers prefer to be engaged in assisting organisations with quality improvement activities - not fixing others' mistakes

Middle management rely on receiving maximum funding to facilitate better patient care

Health Information departments fund according to the data submitted and in defined timeframes.

ErrorNet Modules

Admitted Patient Data Sets

Non-Admitted Patient Events

Emergency Presentations Data Sets

Elective Surgery Reporting

Others as required


When Rules sets change ErrorNet will update them, ensuring your data remains compliant.

There is no reliance on in-house skills needed to keep ErrorNet updated.


Wasted time and money without ErrorNet

Health Information Managers and their staff spend an inordinate amount of time in both public and private hospitals, correcting errors input by front desk, theatre, ward clerks and coding staff.

Some large hospitals have indicated up to seven staff dedicated to correcting errors.

In all approximately 36 days per month, in hours worked per large regional hospital, are used to correct data errors. Most often these resources are within the Health Information Services or data integrity units of some description.

Add this to the possible penalties for late submission and missed revenue and the cost to the Health Service can be very substantial - money better spent on direct patient care.


ErrorNet is priced to be affordable regardless of the size of your organisation - so even the smallest facility, with no dedicated staff or Health Information Manager, to maximise data correctness, can benefit.



Next Steps...

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