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PocketBilling©

Features:...ng Yearly CPT code updates Currently in use by over 3000 practicing physicians Print using IR printer (with add-on PrintBoy, PalmPrint or IrPrint), pocketbilling Desktop, or memopad function E-mail charges or check-out lists to office staff or colleagues Easy "pick and tap" format minimizes data entry time ...
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PocketMed is a software company specializing in charge capture software for physicians. ... Key Features in PocketBilling 4.0 ... PocketBilling is Palm Pre Certified ...

PocketMed - Charge Capture Software for Physicians

PocketMed is a software company specializing in charge capture software for physicians. ... Key Features in PocketBilling 4.0 ... PocketBilling is Palm Pre Certified ...

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1.0 Install PocketBilling 4.0. 1.1 Trial version. 1.2 Full version ... 5.1.1 Printing with PocketBilling Desktop. 5.1.2 Printing over IR ...

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Online retailer of medical PDA software and nursing software for Palm and Pocket ... PocketBilling© is the leading stand-alone charge capture and patient tracking ...
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