Dropbox is a free service that allows you to store and sync files through the web to as many computers or devices as you wish. Free accounts receive 2GB of storage space and you can purchase up to 100GB of storage space. What makes Dropbox so useful is that it integrates directly with your computer
> What is it? HIPAA law requires the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to use standards for covered entities concerning transactions electronically. These transactions include claims, remittance advices (ERAs), and eligibility information. Under these guidelines, covered entities include health plans, clearinghouses, and health care providers. The current standard is known as ANSI
> McKesson’s Medisoft Clinical 17 has achieved CCHIT 2011 certification. For more information, click here – CCHIT 2011
>McKesson has added Windows 7 support for Medisoft Clinical. This includes both 32 bit and 64 bit support. This is in Medisoft Clinical 9.4.1. If you have had any issues with Windows 7 and Medisoft Clinical, contact your reseller to get this upgrade.
Often times when using an PDF EMR, you need to save reports or documents in a format that is easily saved. Adobe PDFs are one of the most common formats. An easy way to make use of this is the free program CutePDF. It can be downloaded here – CutePDF. Once installed, it will allow
We received a new client practice from another reseller recently. When we arrived on site the first day to start work, we looked through the Medisoft user accounts. Not surprisingly, we found an account for the previous reseller. But what was surprising is that we found 2 accounts for the previous 2 resellers. That was
While we are a Medisoft reseller, we are also an IT company. So we are in a good position to make recommendations to practices on how to secure their data. In this post, I am going to give you a brief overview to some solid backup strategies that you can use to protect your practice.
>Iron Comet is launcing our blog. We will be adding tips and tricks for Medisoft and Medisoft Clinical users. We will also include information we come across that may be useful to medical practices concerned about their software and computer hardware. If you have questions, please feel free to respond and we will try to