QuickClaim’s QR codes
“Quick Response” Codes, known as QR codes, are the square black and white patterns that we’ve become so accustomed to throughout COVID as we check in everywhere for contact tracing. They’re unique, they can’t be hacked and you can see if they’ve been changed.
QR codes are not just useful for getting to a specific website, but they’re also great for downloading files, or, what we’re really excited about at QuickClaim, as a method of processing payments.
Just like you tap your debit card when you pay for groceries, you can use a QR code: scan the QR code, and with the right bit of technology behind it, you can move money around.
Where a debit card connects to banks, we’ve used technology to connect QR codes to the NDIA’s payment systems.
We make unique QR codes for NDIS participants, that, with their consent, link to their records in PRODA and your CRM.
That means if you’re out and about at a participant’s house, doing some cleaning for them, giving them a speech therapy session or driving them somewhere, when you’re done, you use your phone to scan the participant’s QR code.
If they’re agency managed, the claim goes straight through to PRODA, and you have the money in your account by the time you get home.
If the participant is self- or plan-managed, the invoice goes straight to the participant or plan manager and is logged in your company’s accounting system.
(Our app even lets you geolocate so that you can claim ad hoc transport sessions by kilometre as well as by time, and claim it immediately. Read more about our transport solution here.)