A team of financial experts from the Sterling Bank PLC, led by Mr Adewunmi visited the Federal Teaching Hospital Ido-Ekiti as they make a formal presentation of modern payment system to the Hospital Electronic Medical Record Committee (HEMRC).

      The revenue collection system which is called REV, is a robust Point of Sale application that can be used to manage the Hospital’s revenue collection with the ability to work both real time and offline.
    While delivering a practical presentation, Mr Adewunmi explained that the payment application is a unique one that can help the Hospital to know how much it makes on daily, weekly or monthly basis as the case may be.    He further explained that the payment platform is integrated with the remita coupled with the capability of separating revenue collection from the Hospital’s Health information management data.
    He however stressed that the need for a GSM data is basically for synchronisation, where both offline and real time payment from each of the Hospital’s pay points will be sent to the application dashboard, through a special device for the management consumption and departmental report purpose.
      After the practical presentation, members of the committee took turn to ask series of technical and professional questions which ranges from effectiveness and security of the payment platform. It will be recalled that the Hospital Electronic Medical Record Committee was set up by the management to look into several financial institutions that have been coming to present their payment platform system, with the task to come up and recommend a viable an favourable one for the Hospital.
    The CMAC of the Hospital, Dr Adebara Idowu asked the team to further interact with the committee after the presentation with the view of looking into the platform visibilities and its terms and conditions.
       Present at the event were, the CMAC, Dr Adebara, representing the CMD, Prof. Adekunle Ajayi who was away on official assignment, the DA, High chief  B.O Ogunrinde, HOD Accounts, Mrs Olayemi Olayisade, HOD Information/Corporate Affairs, Mr Bank-Akinuoye, HOD Audit, Mrs Adewara, Head, procurement, Engr. Owoola and others.