Compulink offers a “Complimentary Guide to Implementing EHR” as a free download from the website www.compulinkadvantage.com/PD. Also available is a guide to earning 2011 EHR incentives. The company's Dermatology Advantage is the only fully customizable Electronic Health Records (EHR) & Practice Management solution designed specifically for dermatologists, they say. They offer a Stimulus- Ready to 2015 Guarantee; Compulink guarantees to maintain its ONC-ATCB Certification as a "Complete EHR" through 2015 or they will refund the entire investment in Compulink software licenses. They also offer a one-year deferred payment plan.
For information: www.compulinkadvantage.com/PD; (800) 456-4522
Looking for a new position or have a vacancy to fill? Visit Dermpath Diagnostics's Job Openings page, which provides a comprehensive listing of positions across the US. Postings are listed state-by-state and regionally.
For information: www.dermpathdiagnostics.com; (866) 467-SKIN
TITAN from RemitDATA
A new software solution is intended to assist practices in improving collections and benchmarking. TITAN is described as an SaaS solution that provides straightforward, real-time comparative analysis of ANSI 835 electronic remittance notices for benchmarking against regional peer practices, based on specialty and geography, according to RemitDATA. Information delivered by the technology can help practices refine day-to-day processes that reduce denial rates, accelerate cash flow, increase administrative efficiencies and anticipate audits, they say.
If you've ever considered allowing patients to book appointments online, you may be interested in ZocDoc, a site now serving dermatologists in 10 US cities and 25 percent of dermatologists in New York City. The company also helps practices develop a website or social media presence. At $250 per month, the service pays for itself with two on-line bookings, the company claims.
For information: www.zocdoc.com