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Top 6 Reasons to Use Microsoft Dynamics for Healthcare: #6 Regulatory Requirements

Microsoft Dynamics is a feature-rich financial software system that is very powerful in the healthcare industry and works great with many of the clinical solutions that are already in use. This new video and blog series explores six reasons why you should consider Microsoft Dynamics for your healthcare organization. Today, we're discussing Reason #6: Regulatory Requirements.

#6 Regulatory Requirements

We all know in the healthcare industry we are getting buried by regulatory requirements, and they're growing more and more every day. We’ve found that Microsoft Dynamics is a great platform to help you manage this complexity including:

· Local, state, federal, or management reporting and the differences between those

· Cost allocations for allocating traditional GL cost, payroll costs or anything else

· Other specific reporting regulatory requirements

Microsoft Dynamics will help you manage those requirements seamlessly, easily, and without rekeying or keeping multiple sets of books.

Miss the first five reasons? Catch them here:

Reason #1: Strong Integration Platform

Reason #2: Managing Multiple Facilities & Locations

Reason #3: Purchasing Automation

Reason #4: Business Intelligence

Reason #5: Multiple Deployment Options

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