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Date:10/30/2009

atient appointments
  • Manage employee time
  • Measure productivity
  • Communicate with other healthcare providers
  • Bill for services rendered
  • ClinicTools(R) makes it easier for Quality Control staff, or any member of the management team, to review patient charts to be sure they are in compliance with applicable company policies and procedures or regulatory agency rules and regulations.

    Within ClinicTools(R), patients can easily find out if they have an appointment scheduled to see a clinician or not. All a patient needs to do is logon to https://www.clinictools.org, enter his or her Patient ID or Social Security Number and the system would let the patient know if an appointment is scheduled for that patient or not.

    ClinicTools(R) provides ongoing training for Clinicians in how to properly document patients' problems and also in the principles of diagnosis with emphasis on acceptable documentation guidelines. It also covers how to properly evaluate signs and symptoms to be sure nothing is overlooked. ClinicTools(R) is designed to search patient information to alert Physicians of any possible complication(s) that are likely to arise from the current prescribed medication by looking at all medication(s) ever taken by the patient. Electronic Medical Record of the future is here and it is now available as the primary product within the first and leading healthcare management system ever developed. The system is 100% HIPAA compliant.

    ClinicTools(R) is developed in its entirety by Dr. Henry I. Balogun. Logon to: https://www.clinictools.org to learn more, or call our main office in Philadelphia, PA at (215) 294-6790 or send e-mail to: hbalogun@mednetservices.com for more information.

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