Why choose Harlequin Patients’ Monies?
The Harlequin Patient monies design module is used by high, medium and low secure hospitals, our patients’ monies software is used by organisations which deal with patients’ finances and property whilst they are in their care.
Key features of Harlequins Patients Monies
- The ability to maintain a comprehensive patient register, logging key data such as national insurance, hospital & NHS number.
- Clients can view an audit trail on which the users have an updated contacts files, which includes income or deductions from their account.
- Batches can include Pension, DLA payments, Private Pension, Pocket Money for income and Hairdresser, Rent Arrears etc.
- Clients can have control over several accounts for each patient and issue patient statements on demand, with multi-user security features.
- The patient’s history can be managed, such as change in admission date, Ward, Location etc, any Discharges, a Section Order added or removed or if the patient dies.
- Next of kin can be logged alongside records on the patient. Nominated individuals will receive an audited statement.
Patient monies can be split down into site, location and ward, allowing users to have access to their remit.
Alongside this, all communications and relevant documents against multiple Contact files can be stored.
For example, patients’ photos and financial guardians’ signatures can be added to their records.
What our clients say
Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Trust uses Patient Monies, when asked the key benefits of Harlequin Patients’ Monies they answered:
“ The system enables us to give patients information quickly and ensure that they can access their account details no matter where they are located within our Trust. It gives patients the insight on how to manage their finances and this can prove invaluable in the road to recovery. Personal finance can be a very emotive subject and by using Harlequin we can produce individual statements which are easily understood and patients are able to see and set spending budgets. They are able to take these skills and run their own bank accounts in the community following discharge. ”