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Murcian Health Service ready to receive e-invoices via EDICOM

Murcian Health Service ready to receive e-invoices via EDICOMThe Central Health Services of the Spanish public system have to manage a high volume of resources to ensure the attention to citizens. In some cases, this organizational task becomes especially complicated, mainly due to the vast dimensions of the service. The solution to the problem is delivered by EDICOM.

Through the Murcia Region portal, the Murcian Health Service now offers its suppliers a platform for the processing of invoices by electronic means, fulfilling the criteria of Law 25/2013, such as the receipt of invoices in Facturae 3.2 format and the creation of a general point of entry for invoices, where the documents will be received and registered.

As of 15 January 2015, the new Spanish Law 25/2013 enters into force which requires all health services to set up systems that allow the reception and processing in electronic format of all invoices received from their suppliers.

The Murcian Health Service, that also is affected by this Law, is now ahead of the times specified by law, by launching its platform for receiving and managing electronic invoices in Facturae format, placing their trust in EDICOM’s technology and expertise in the rollout of systems for e-billing with the Administration.

The Murcian Health Service Facturae Platform

The platform offers two connectivity systems for suppliers, either by accessing and managing the documents through a web portal, or automatically through the integration services provided by the EDICOM Communications Hub.

The platform is currently already up and running and the connection tasks to link up all suppliers of the Murcia public body with its general entry point for invoicing are well underway, so it is highly likely that they will all be ready before the set deadline of January 15, 2015.

Other e-invoicing services by EDICOM

With the rollout of EDI technology (Electronic Data interchange) by EDICOM, public health services can safely and directly exchange error-free business documents with suppliers, such as orders, despatch advices or invoices, which affect supply chain automation and so have a positive effect on the quality of the service provided to the citizens.

 

 


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