Why Complio? What value will it bring to your institution?
WHY COMPLIO?
WHAT VALUE WILL IT BRING TO YOUR INSTITUTION?
 

Individuals who enter healthcare, government and other public facilities must comply with specific requirements, such as providing proof of insurance or immunity to disease. Sounds simple enough – if only it were.

Compliance tracking is a huge burden for administrators. Whether tracking is done using pencil and paper or software such as Excel or Access, the fundamental challenge of amassing paper documentation is never eliminated. Challenges throughout the process create roadblocks:

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Challenge 1 - Collecting Documents

CHALLENGE 1: COLLECTING DOCUMENTS

Individuals often provide hard copies to represent proof of insurance, CPR certification or childhood immunizations. Paper documents are vulnerable - especially in cases where the individual submits an original document rather than a copy - making the facility responsible for potential loss of original documentation. Even with copied documents, there are immense challenges associated with organizing and securely storing paper files for each individual.


CHALLENGE 2: REVIEWING AND APPROVING DOCUMENTATION

Once documents are collected (or compiled), they must be manually reviewed for compliance against specific requirements. Systematic approval and record-keeping in required for reporting purposes.

Challenge 2 - Reviewing and Approving Documentation

Challenge 3 - Monitoring Compliance Over Time

CHALLENGE 3: MONITORING COMPLIANCE
OVER TIME

Compliance status morphs over time as requirements such as, annual flu shots, CPR certification, insurance policies reach expiration. There is no easy way to track expiration dates, particularly when proof is in the form of a paper file - reminding individuals of the monumental difficulties associated with compiling and updating paper documents.


CHALLENGE 4: TACKLING COMPLEX REQUIREMENTS

Tracking complex or interdependent requirements – such as with immunizations – is even more challenging than monitoring simple requirements such as certification or insurance coverage.

  • The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends certain vaccinations. However, each facility interprets these recommendations slightly differently.
  • There are also differences in the level of proof required and the form of proof accepted – medical record printouts, a shot card, titer lab results and so on.
  • Many vaccinations are administered in series, and the length of time between each dose affects whether or not the individual becomes immune.
  • The nature of the requirement and the type of proof accepted determine an individual’s path to compliance. For example:
    • MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccinations are typically given as a two shot series with a recommended timeframe between each dose.
    • Individuals may opt to receive the shot series, provide proof that the shot series was previously received, or submit titer lab results.
    • The result is a potential of 36 different ways to achieve compliance with one requirement.
  • Certain immunizations – such as an annual flu shot – are only available during specific times of the year. And unfortunately, compliance deadlines do not often coincide with flu shot availability.
Challenge 4 - Tackling Complex Requirements
 

THE CHALLENGES ARE COMPLEX, BUT COMPLIO DELIVERS A GROUND-BREAKING SOLUTION. – Learn How

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