Expensive Fleet Management

FleetQ, the new fleet management at the DMRZ in Dusseldorf, the 18.01.2011: The German medical Computing Centre (DMRZ) offers its customers in the area resulting from a particular service. Who as taxi and rental car entrepreneur series rides performs, which can this now easily and conveniently plan and deal directly with the health insurance companies. FleetQ is the new trip planning at the DMRZ, even charge customers. Optimally plan the series journeys series drives are a regular source of income for many ambulance companies. So the patients just in time for the dialysis, the radiotherapy or chemotherapy can be driven, it applies exactly to plan and keep track of especially. Instead to enter as so far all scheduled trips in a paper calendar or a program, the DMRZ offers its customers immediately a comfortable calendar, in which all vehicles, dates, and passengers can be managed. The input of data is in very easy and needs to be done only once. In the trip planner just a Patients choose, specify vehicle and driver as well as determine the pickup and destination.

Then decide whether it is a single – or a recurring appointment. The appointment is well planned and it can go. The big advantage for those who settle sick rides with the payers: The previously entered data complete your payroll data. So you can pay directly at your fingertips with the health insurance companies. The system knows the driver, the type of transportation, tariffs and covered kilometres directly over the Internet. Therefore all data are available, which make possible settling of sick ride compared to the cost objects, without these must be entered again”promises the DMRZ Managing Director Georg Mackenbrock, who also mentioned that the invoice was done with just one click in the system. For all DMRZ customers, the trip planning is incidentally, free of charge, as long as no appointments on a mobile navigation device or a Smartphone will be transferred, as that is also possible.

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