Efficiently manage the certificates of insurance and Ahpra registrations for your staff, with meXus's apps

Avant
Tuesday, 05 July, 2022


Avant, Australia’s leading medical defence organisation, developed meXus to streamline office administration and compliance for hospitals and healthcare organisations.

Ideal for single hospital locations and networks with multiple sites, meXus allows your organisation to maintain control and consistency, with centralised visibility and reduced risk.

Keeping track of certificates of insurance and Ahpra registrations for healthcare practitioners can be time-consuming, inefficient and error prone.

These gaps or failures in hospital systems and processes can increase medico-legal risk, with out-of-date information leaving your organisation liable for poor patient outcomes, complaints or legal actions.

There is a simpler, more efficient way.

meXus simplifies the most resource- and time-intensive credentialing tasks — the annual task of collecting each practitioner’s certificates of insurance (CoI) and Ahpra confirmation of registration details — to help you:

Save time and money: See greater efficiency and significantly reduced staff time spent on chasing up practitioners for their insurance and checking their AHPRA registrations remain current. meXus enhances your administrative processes by retaining this important credentialing information in one central, fully auditable and secure portal.

Reduce risk: Interactive dashboards pull real-time doctor credentials directly from the source, so your healthcare organisation can collect, verify and track up-to-date CoI and Ahpra registration information for your staff to ensure regulatory compliance and reduce risk.

Certificate of Insurance (CoI)

The CoI app automates the collection of insurance documents and simplifies compliance — saving time.

An easy-to-use dashboard shows which certificates need renewing. These can be filtered by site, practitioner type and expiry date, providing an efficient way to ensure practitioners’ insurance certificates are current, thereby reducing risk for healthcare organisations.

Ahpra Alerts

Lapses in Ahpra registration can expose healthcare organisations to medico-legal risks.

Efficiently and securely manage the status of your Ahpra-registered health practitioners.

The Ahpra Alerts app synchronises with the Ahpra database, ensuring organisations stay up to date with each practitioner’s registration status, including notifications of any changes to conditions or undertakings on their registration.

Today, our technology and services are used by more than 1,000 organisations to support more than 15,000 staff.

What meXus customers say:

“… onboarding process has been great … our credentialing officers are very happy, the onerous task of having to chase CoI’s has been lessened and hopefully, together, we can get more of our practitioners to provide their consent … we are very happy with the process.” — St Vincent’s Health Australia

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