DATABASICS Integrates New Database to Expense Reporting Service
March 31, 2014
By Shamila Janakiraman, TMCnet Contributor
DATABASICS, a supplier of expense management solutions, has integrated the MedProID 13M record healthcare provider (HCP) database into its expense reporting service.
MedPro Systems is a specialist in providing healthcare license solutions to the Life Science industry. The MedProID suite of products is widely used by pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, distributors and other healthcare organizations. The solution provided by MedPro Systems will enable DATABASICS to comply with the Sunshine Act, said officials.
Marcel Syriani, CTO of DATABASICS said, “Compliance with the Sunshine Act and state disclosure mandates is a cumbersome process, but we have gone a long way to relieving the burden on the filers of expense reports. We have multiple ways of looking up HCPs and have made the entry of long lists much easier.”
The service will be made available via the MedPro DirectID solution, which will allow users to look up event attendees’ NPI. All information required for Sunshine Act reporting can be easily accessed now.
DATABASICS can empower organizations with its flexible expense-tracker solution, which can keep tabs on the healthcare provider (HCP) aggregate spend easily. This is then followed by the automatic feeding of the results to a customer’s enterprise-wide HCP data repository.
“Meeting the industry-specific, even company-specific challenges of our customers is what we do at DATABASICS. Our Sunshine Act accommodations exemplify this,” Syriani added.
The Web services based API unveiled by DATABASICS in 2013 helps customers and partners to independently develop interfaces to DATABASICS expense reporting, time-tracking and invoice processing services.
These services are coupled with business processes like travel management, general accounting, project accounting, billing, purchasing and so on. The data flow among associated systems promotes accuracy, efficiency, and transparency, and provides tighter control. The API broadens the options for data sharing for DATABASICS’ customers and partners.
DATABASICS solutions serve the needs of financial services, healthcare, mining and manufacturing, retail, hospitality, transportation, federal contracting, state government, education and non-profit organizations.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson