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Tech Tip: Acrendo A.I. med 9 May Be What the Doctor Ordered

It can be hard for a smaller practice to find an electronic healthcare system that fits its organization. Acrendo offers solutions designed with smaller practices in mind.

Acrendo A.I. med 9 works well for smaller practices and A.I. med can support a range of specialties. However, even though it is made for smaller practices, it doesn't skimp on features, according to the firm.

Referred to as the "One-Click" electronic health record, the system can do electronic records, billing, document imaging, electronic claims, paperless scheduling, and speech dictation. A.I med is tablet- or laptop-compatible for working on the go. Plus, A.I med is compatible with Dragon dictation making it easy to chart notes. features easy to use 'drag & drop' technology. With hundreds of templates, including 20 specialty templates, A.I med has what you need, and if for some reason it doesn't you have the option of creating your own template.

Share data seamlessly

The system has an electronic lab interface, a hospital interface and a radiology interface. In addition, the system supports drawings & diagrams. Send documents securely with its paperless fax.

You can also ensure the accuracy of your prescription order by filing it electronically with ePrescribing via Surescripts.

The system can increase your revenue and eliminate scrubbing with automatic billing/coding. It even lets your office create a superbill.

Lastly, users can turn over appointment reminder calls to A.I's automated reminder system. The web-based dialer integrates directly with the patient and scheduling system. After appointments have been set, the dialer calls patients at a preset time for each day.

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