DocuTrac Launches New Version of QuicDoc® Professional Edition EMR

March 16, 2015 – HAGERSTOWN, MD — DocuTrac, Inc behavioral health software company has announced the release of QuicDoc Professional Edition EMR, Version 11 for Client Server and Cloud customers. The new release is based mainly on customer input, as well as government and industry requirements.

Arnie Schuster, Ph.D., president of DocuTrac in speaking about the new release stated that, “many of the enhancements are features requested by the behavioral health providers using our QuicDoc system.” He goes on to say that “it’s a win-win situation, the customers get what they need, and we improve our software’s appeal to other providers.”

The new release includes the option to add the Wiley Practice Planners® content which expands their customers’ ability to create robust, high quality treatment plans with an extensive library of problems and goals, as well as, evidence-based objectives and interventions. Version 11 also includes enhanced reporting and electronic signature functionality, in addition to numerous scheduler and clinical work flow improvements.

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March 2015 EMR and PM Newsletter

QuicDoc® and Office Therapy® Videos

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e-Prescribing News

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New York I-STOP E-Prescribing Mandate Delay: In mid-February a bill passed the NY state Senate and the Assembly to postpone the deadline for mandatory electronic prescribing until next year.

Much to the relief of many NY prescribers the legislation will delay implementation until March 2016. The legislation still awaits the signature of NY Governor Andrew Cuomo. The bill which was sponsored by John McDonald a practicing pharmacist is expected to be signed.

Change to Missouri EPCS Processing Status: According to DrFirst, the Missouri Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs has retracted its guidance that EPCS was legal in the state and therefore, Surescripts has changed the status of the state of Missouri to temporarily suspend EPCS processing.

A rule change to allow EPCS is currently being pursued.Once the rule is finalized and adopted, EPCS processing will resume in Missouri.Until then, providers are being advised to write paper prescriptions for controlled substances.

QuicDoc Enterprise is Emdeon Certified

QuicDoc logoWe are proud to announce that we have successfully completed certification to include lab ordering and the ability to display lab results within QuicDoc Enterprise. These new lab features are only available in QuicDoc Enterprise v.8.1.

The lab certification is through Emdeon Inc., a leading provider of clinical information exchange solutions.

To find out more about lab ordering and automated results integration in QuicDoc Enterprise v8.1, call 800-850-8510.

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