ClinicCare is the chiropractic management system; everything you need in one package from alpha to omega.
ClinicCare is a modular clinic management system that can be purchased and expanded in phases. Written specifically for the Chiropractic profession it is constantly updated to cater for new demands and technologies. Nine years in development this is a state of the art program.
First and foremost it is a billing system, but it goes far beyond - it is a real management system enabling all SOAP notes, x-rays and scans, referral letters and regional examinations to be efficiently recorded.
I have used this program for many years whilst working in the Netherlands and can highly recommend it.
One important feature is remote support, saving cost and time.
When the patient checks in that is immediately noted by your secretary, and you will be alerted on your screen. You know precisely who to expect.
Patient records can be immediately opened, what the previous condition was, and how the patient is responding to treatment. Any red flags are highlighted.
The specifics of the treatment are noted, and you can update them if there are changes, for example whether there was a release on giving an adjustment, or not, changes in ranges of motion, and so on.
You can schedule the treatment program yourself, or leave it to your secretary.
Precise notes are available years later should you need access to them. Exact notes of treatment are vital should there ever be litigation.
One feature that will appeal to some is that it can be bought without a yearly management fee, saving considerable money.
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Many insurance companies now only pay for physical therapists to provide a chiropractic adjustment; that's in the face of powerful research proving that inclusion of DCs to perform their own technique would save them a good deal of money. One has to conclude that political medicine has gone off on another tack to contain our profession.
It's being successful with some doctors of chiropractic quitting. Others become involved in some dodgy practices, like demanding that patients sign up for a whole year of treatment in advance, in order to stay in business.
In recessionary times, the going is tough when the insurance won't pay.
Is the day approaching for a new Wilk versus the AMA and the insurance companies?
The chiropractic profession has tried hard to stay on the moral high ground; those who stoop to unscrupulous practices need to be exposed and disciplined if we are not to stoop to the low blows that medicine has often resorted to contain and eliminate us.