In October’s Features Release we’re responding to some of your hottest requests, like additional growth charts and multiple patient subscription options. But we’re also introducing some features that will make communication between you and your patients easier than ever before. And who can forget about the ICD-10 rollout? Well, maybe you, since you don’t have to deal with it…
Multiple Patient Subscription Options – Including Yearly and More!
Now the Atlas.md EMR allows you to manage new kinds of subscriptions for your patients: yearly, quarterly (every 3 months) and semestral (every 6 months). Giving your patients what they want is getting easier and easier. Get the details here.
Updated Labs Pricing
You’ve been talking to us about Quest labs prices, and we listened! We’ve updated the way your practice handles custom quotes provided by Quest to make your life easier in the long run. Read more here.
Email Lab Results to Patients
Now you’ll notice a brand spanking new button to communicate with your patient when Quest lab results are available. From the lab order results page, you can now either download the results, or email them to your patient!
Growth Chart Expansion Options
Again, you spoke up and we heard you loud and clear! We’ve added new height and weight charts for patients between the ages of 2-20.
New Interface for Unconfirmed Enrollments
When an enrollment is left unconfirmed, you should know about it. The EMR interface will now alert you that have an unconfirmed patient enrollment so you’re not only relying on email to know when to act. Read more about unconfirmed enrollments here.
“Last Visit” Column Addition
With the addition of a new “Last Visit” column in your Patients Listing page, you can see the last time all your patients had an appointment so you can easily reach out to those who haven’t been seen in a while.
As a DPC provider, you’re free to pass up on using ICD billing codes altogether. But if you really want to subject yourself to it, we now offer support for both ICD-9 and ICD-10. ICD-10 works in the auto-completer just like you’re used to — look for the 9 or 10 icon to tell you what’s what. Read more over here.