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Check In Systems Enhances Patient Registration Solution
Date:6/1/2010

New Features, Capabilities Make System Easier To Use

St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) June 1, 2010 -- Check In Systems, Inc., a leading provider of check in systems for healthcare, banking, government and education markets, has announced a wealth of enhancements to its Medical Check In HIPAA-compliant patient registration kiosk solution. “Medical Check In has long been the gold standard in touch screen-based patient check-in kiosk systems,” commented Jay Corn, President of Check In Systems Inc. “While it is already universally trusted by doctor’s offices, clinics and hospitals across the country, these enhancements will add additional layers of functionality designed to improve the process of streamlining patient care for healthcare practices.”

Several new features and capabilities of the system make it easier to use, Corn noted. For example, records can now be edited by the receptionist directly from the sidebar. Comments may be added to help patient flow in the office. The “Daily Report” screen has a clickable calendar that enables users to quickly select the proper date, and a manual entry form provides another option for capturing patient information. The patients’ name, as well as the reason for their visit, can be quickly changed at the touch of a button, and a “date range” parameter makes it simple to find any information staff may require.

Other improvements allow for extra user control, increasing overall accuracy and augmenting overall value. The system now requires that a name be associated with the completion of individual registration steps and milestones. It also tracks the identity of individuals acknowledging and checking out patients.
At the same time, unnecessary features and capabilities have been eliminated from the system, heightening overall user convenience. Delete buttons are no longer found in the “All Records” and “Associate” reports and accessing simple reports no longer requires a password.

“Our focus is on efficient patient processing, and with the improvements to Medical Check In, that is what every user will achieve,” Corn concluded. “And future editions of Medical Check In will reflect our ongoing commitment to giving all healthcare providers the tools they need to operate at top speed while offering the best in patient care.”

About Check In Systems Inc.
Check In Systems Inc. is a leading provider of state-of-the-art touch screen kiosk check in and sign in systems utilized by doctor’s offices, clinics, banks, schools, hospitals, and municipalities across the country. Our check in systems provide a simple touch screen interface that replaces the inefficiencies associated with paper based sign in systems. To learn more, visit www.checkinsystemsinc.com.

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