Healthcare training plays a vital role in encouraging the implementation of new knowledge and the adoption of behavioural changes, ultimately leading to better patient outcomes and a more effective healthcare system. With our solution, health workers attending these sessions are registered, ensuring the right individuals are participating, and the payment process is swift and smooth, enabling compensation of trainees within hours.
We’ll show you how the process begins from capturing data to the end where the payments are made!
During the training session, the trainees write their information, including their names and phone number on a SPT form called Training attendance and validation, and sign the paper form.
These information will help us pay them after the training is finished. We’ll use their phone number to pay them directly using mobile money.
At the end of the day, Adam, the organizer of the training, signs and scans the Training attendance and validation form using his smartphone. His signature means that the training is valid for payment. This step will digitize all the data about the training and the participants.
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Once Adam signs and scans the form, a bill will be created, containing the information of the trainees who participated in the training and should be compensated. In this step, Diana and Daniel are notified that their approval is needed for the payment to be made. As soon as they approve the payment, the money is transferred to the trainees mobile numbers. Can it get any more easier?!
The payment is directly made to the health facility’s account, avoiding any heavy documentation process, with ease and fast.
All the accounting reports are created automatically making the accounting and auditing processes seamless.
Only the right people who are registered and approved to be health workers will attend the trainings and be compensated for their participation.
In this introduction video we’ll take a look at each step along the way in details and with real world scenarios.