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Tech Tip: PrognoCIS Improves Office Functionality

Healthcare providers looking to improve the functionality of their front office may want to consider some of the many options provided by Bizmatic's PrognoCIS.

PrognoCIS EHR, a customizable and scalable electronic health record system, is both ICD-10 compliant and Meaningful Use-certified. With PrognosCIS, you can choose to have your electronic health record system located on your local server or stored on the cloud.

You can also add the PrognosCIS practice management module, which allows you to steamline all the tasks necessary to keep your practice running. That includes verifying that your patients have insurance and reconciling patient payments.

In addition to these modules, PrognosCIS offers add-on services, such as medical billing (revenue cycle management), which can help you manage payments, interact with the insurance and scrub claims.

PrognosCIS lets you collect patient credit card payments by using OpenEdge, which enables you to process payments directly from the electronic health record. That way, you won't need to exit the system to run the payment or rely on a third party system. The data is immediately posted to the patient's account, eliminating potential double entries and payment reconciliations.

Additionally, practices can use the patient portal module to set up an interactive patient portal that allows them to fulfill the new patient engagement criteria.

Because faxing is still necessary in many medical practices, you can PrognoFax, PrognoCIS' in-cloud e-faxing service. It is HIPAA-compliant and allows users to send one-touch faxes. Need documents signed? Use the eSignature feature to get virtual signatures. You can prepare, send and receive the documents right from your computer or mobile device.

PrognoCIS may be worth checking out if you're struggling with some of your front office functionality.

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