MacPractice 4.4 provides doctors with new revenue cycle management tools, enhanced insurance verification, supplementary Internet backup, more digital imaging integrations, new third party cloud EMR/EHR options, and expanded Internet connectivity for providers as well as their patients.
MacPractice 4.4 requires Mac OS 10.8, Mountain Lion, and interoperates with MacPractice Patient Check In, MacPractice Clipboard and MacPractice iEHR apps for iPad and MacPractice Interface for iPhone.
"Our latest software is truly amazing and another major leap forward with respect to functionality and features," states MacPractice CEO
MacPractice also announced plans to update its 30,000 users to the new version, as they are ready. Some clients have been using 4.4 for some time prior to general release, and the gradual migration of others allows MacPractice to sustain the high level of customer support MacPractice users have come to expect from the 120 MacPractice employees in
MacPractice invites prospective clients to register at their new web site at MacPractice.com to view demo videos of MacPractice software as well as third party integration. A new video on the home page provides visitors with a tour of MacPractice's 17,000 square foot facility and introduces them to the people behind the development and support of MacPractice software.
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