NEUROSURGERY OFFICE 2000

ENTER THE NEXT CENTURY WITH COMPUTER GENERATED ELECTRONIC MEDICAL HEALTH RECORDS

Journal articles and Databases

OFFICE STAFF REVIEW AN EXAMPLE OF AN INTERACTIVE
MEDICAL OFFICE

COMPUTER FUNCTIONS:

1. DOWNLOAD AN ENTIRE MEDICAL RECORD TO A CD-ROM DISC

2. CREATE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS
Fax, download to CD, e-mail or print entire charts with a touch of a keyboard button.
Review an entire medical record, MRI/CT images or insurance information on any patient immediately on a video monitor. Use templates to order tests and prescribe medications legibly.

3.. ELECTRONIC INSURANCE BILLING AND CLAIMS PROCESSING
Using a computer, billing software allows electronic billing of a patient claim to an insurance company without using paper. Look for systems with office applications performing appointment scheduling and practice management. What is lacking is access to medical data or the physicians' documentation of the illness when the office staff has to call the insurance carrier or referral physician. Immediate access to an Electronic Medical Record without looking for the old paper chart, allows the office staff to immediately answer questions from the insurance company or staff of the referring physicians'office. Any report or authorized dictation can be immediately faxed to the insurance carrier or hospital or other physicians involved in the care of the patient. Filling in and editing any insurance form is faster and can be re-checked quickly. Overall now more time can be spent on direct patient care and coordination of treatments prescribed..

4. READ ABOUT HOW THE INFORMATION AGE CAN ENHANCE THE PATIENT-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIP THROUGH IMPROVEMENTS IN EDUCATION

(USING INFORMATION AGE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY)

5. FAX PRESCRIPTIONS - USE AN ON-LINE ORDER SYSTEM TO ELECTRONICALLY CREATE LEGIBLE PRESCRIPTIONS OR TEST REQUISITIONS . INFORMATION IS IMMEDIATELY SENT TO THE HOSPITAL OR IMAGING CENTER. THEN SAVE THE SIGNED ELECTRONIC PAPER SCRIPT TO THE PATIENT'S ELECTRONIC MEDICAL CHART OR PRINT A BACKUP TO PAPER.

6. SCAN OUTSIDE HOSPITALS MRI/CT SHEETS OR DOWNLOAD
DIGITAL X-RAY'S OR MRI OR CT SCANS DIRECTLY TO THE
ELECTRONIC MEDICAL CHART. THE ACCESSIBILITY OF IMAGES ANYTIME EVEN A YEAR LATER AT YOUR FINGERTIPS IS AN EXCELLENT TIME SAVING SOFTWARE TOOL.

7. ELIMINATE PAPER COPIERS WITH NEW SCANNING TECHNIQUES USING SUGGESTED PAPERPORT DELUXE SOFTWARE

8. REMEMBER TO GET UP AND TAKE A WALK FREQUENTLY WHEN WORKING ON A COMPUTER.

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JOURNALS and Medical Data Bases

NEUROSURGICAL TOPICS

MRI/CT IMAGES

Definition of NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY

BIOETHICS

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT DR. MARLIN AT 1- (214) 363-2587
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