Back in 2011 DocuTrac’s president Arnie Schuster, Ph.D. wrote the following for our September Newsletter. We like what he wrote and it still hold true, so we decided to repeat it for 2015.
“September September is a month of new beginnings ushering in a renewal of commitment to learning, self improvement, and achievement in our personal and business lives. At DocuTrac we strive to remain a viable part of your business life, and are diligently working to remain relevant and above all helpful.”
With that goal in mind, not only have we expanded our program offerings, but have also increased our educational efforts with training and free webinars to help you keep up with the changes that affect your practice.
DocuTrac will be closed on Monday, September 7th in celebration of Labor Day. We will re-open on Tuesday, September 8th.
Labor Day, originally celebrated the contributions of labor groups to the US economy. These days it is mainly a day off from work for rest and for fun. We hope everyone has a safe, happy, and relaxing holiday!
Count Down for ICD-10
Don’t be left hanging!
The October 1st deadline for ICD-10 is less than one month away.
Are you ready for the transition to ICD-10? Our most recent versions of QuicDoc® and Office Therapy® software are ready. If you are using an older version of Office Therapy and/or QuicDoc (Pro or Standard) and want to upgrade, now is a good time.
For a limited time we have extended our special Upgrade Promotion. See the section below
Professional Software Promotion Extended
For a limited time we are extending our Upgrade Promotion. If you renew your Annual Maintenance and sign up for Maintenance Auto-Renew, we will upgrade your software to our most recent versions for only $79.99!
Annual Maintenance allows you to speak with our Technical Support Department for questions and assistance, plus have access to all updates and upgrades released for the software within your maintenance period at no additional charge.
For more information or to upgrade your software, please call our Sales Department
Using Claims Manager is key to getting paid after October 1st
Claims generated using the File Insurance feature will be rejected since they do not include ICD-10 codes.
The Claims Manager in Office Therapy was created to accommodate the 5010 electronic claim filing format which became mandatory on January 1, 2012. At that time the File Insurance feature was kept in the program and became optional for instances where certain clearinghouses and insurance companies were not yet ready to receive 5010 claim files.
Some customers continued to use the File Insurance feature. If you are using File Insurance to generate claims, please switch to the Claims Manager now to accommodate the ICD-10 codes and to minimize
For information on a free Claims Manager webinar on September 11th, see our
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