Medicine Information

Medical Billing PDA: 21st Century Convenience for Medical Practices


Medical Billing PDA

One of the first things I notice about a medical office, whether it be with my dentist, my family doctor, or my optometrist, is the walls full of color-coded files containing medical histories, billing information, and tracking information for prescriptions check ups and various other things. As a patient, it is fun to trace the colored tags across the files and wonder what they mean.

Doctors know exactly what they mean, and they see those color-coded files in a totally different light. That wall of folders is vital and almost overwhelming information to help the practice care adequately for its patients. One of the challenges of that wall is that it represents limited access to patient records, especially billing record, when away from the office. It reminds me of Pinocchio singing "I got no strings," while still getting tangled up in all of the strings around him.

Medical Billing PDA is an example of how a practice can act without strings. At anytime while traveling to conferences or leaving the office for any other reason, medical billing PDA technology eliminates strings and increases accessibility to what is most important: patients.

Patient Tracking

Wherever a doctor may be, whether traveling on the way to the office in the morning or on a plane back from vacation or a conference, he or she will always be able to keep track of his or her patients. On the way to the office, the doctor can go into the appointment tracking on a pocket PC and retrieve information for the day.

At the end of every day the doctor can simply dock the PDA to synchronize with the practices database and update the PDA to contain the appointment information for the next day. Billing information, patient information, and other information are available as well, no strings attached.

Real-Time Updates

Perhaps the newest convenience feature available using medical billing PDA is that it can work with a wireless card to retrieve real-time information on just about anything. Professional services, patient diagnosis, medical procedure information, patient records, and anything else can be retrieved and sent from anywhere using the internet.

Compatibility

A day at the office or at a hospital can be very hectic. A doctor can be tied down to many things at once. It is important to be able to provide adequate attention to patients and to streamline administrative strings. Using medical billing PDA, doctors can enter information on patients as they visit them and later synchronize them into the system either through docking or wireless at the end of the day.

Not only is medical billing PDA compatible with the difficult schedule of the medical professional, but it is also compatible with medical compliant forms and billing. Billing information that is transmitted is accurate and timely. Just what the doctor ordered.

Joe Miller is specialist in online advertising. For more information on medical billing PDA, please visit AdvancedMD.com.


MORE RESOURCES:
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


#MeToo in medicine: Women, harassed in hospitals and operating ...
NBCNews.com
In a months-long investigation, NBC News spoke with nearly a dozen women and experts who described widespread misconduct in hospitals and health care.

and more »


New York Post

Venezuelans with transplants live in fear as medicine runs out
New York Post
After years leading normal lives, they now live in fear as Venezuela's economic collapse under President Nicolas Maduro has left the once-prosperous OPEC nation unable to purchase sufficient foreign medicine or produce enough of its own. Some 31 ...

and more »


גלובס

Globes English - Vaica reminds patients to take medicine - גלובס
גלובס
The Israeli company adapts its reminders to the patient's age and the type of medicine.

and more »


The Courier-Journal

University of Louisville takes its medicine and starts healing process | Tim Sullivan
The Courier-Journal
There's never a wrong time to do the right thing. There's rarely a point where a public institution is better served by technicalities than truth. The University of Louisville has paid a high price for coming clean with its dirty laundry, with self ...
Louisville men's basketball must vacate wins and pay fine | NCAA.org - The Official Site of the NCAANCAA.org
NCAA denies Louisville's appeal, rules Cardinals must vacate 2013 national titleESPN

all 232 news articles »


OncLive

Gastrointestinal Cancers Entering Age of Precision Medicine
OncLive
He: We had 4 excellent faculty who talked about the updates to pancreatic and hepatobiliary cancer treatment, treatment of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) of the GI tract, and precision medicine. Molecular profiling has been identified as a very important ...



VentureBeat

4 ways AI could help shape the future of medicine
VentureBeat
At times, progress occurs so quickly that it's difficult to separate science fiction from real life. Just five decades ago, computers were massive, unwieldy machines running on punch cards and primitive circuits. Today, a single smartphone has more ...



UCD School of Medicine scores high in NIH research funding
Davis Enterprise
For the first time, UC Davis School of Medicine has ranked in the top 20 percent of institutions in the country for research funding from the National Institutes of Health. “The proportion of NIH funding is an important measure of research excellence ...

and more »


Seeking Alpha

Loxo Oncology Will Fulfill The Promise Of Precision Medicine
Seeking Alpha
Based in Stamford, Connecticut, Loxo Oncology is dedicated to developing precision medicines against genetically defined cancers. Its highly selective drugs in the pipeline will shift the paradigm of cancer treatment from the traditional "one-size-fits ...
Financial Newsletter - ZacksZacks
Loxo Oncology, Inc. - LOXO - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks
Loxo Oncology CS (LOXO) Stocks Latest Headlines - Barchart.comBarchart.com

all 15 news articles »


NBCNews.com

For-profit medicine incentivizes overmedicating our elderly rather than caring for them
NBCNews.com
Michelle Chen For-profit medicine incentivizes overmedicating our elderly rather than caring for them. Denying seniors humane care deprives all of us of the right to age with dignity. Feb.20.2018 / 1:25 AM ET. We must reject a culture of medicalizing ...



Centralia Chronicle

Chehalis Family Medicine Residency Program Aims to Improve Quality of Care in Rural Areas
Centralia Chronicle
For the past three years, the Chehalis Family Medicine clinic has been operating a rural residency program in an effort to improve the standards of care received by its patients. In rural areas, which includes the vast majority of Southwest Washington ...


Google News

home | site map | Dr. Thad Thomas
© 2006