E-Nate Web-Based Medical Billing Software can Double Chiropractor's Practice Management

Aikan, South Carolina (PressExposure) January 29, 2009 -- E-nate is a revolutionary paperless office specially designed to make chiropractor's practice management easy which means "Your complete integrated management solution all in a web-based package".

Why can E-nate become the main tool in a chiropractor office? Because using E-nate will save you time and effort doing the following tasks in a simple powerful way:

electronic health records, documentation, scheduling, automated stats, billing, claims, task management and patient flow management.

E-nate EHR system manages vital patient information and provides clear single screen view of each part of an examination as well as a sophisticated patient progress tracker and report generator.

The appointment manager allows you to rapidly and efficiently synchronize your schedule form anywhere.

E-nate's new and complete billing and accounting system offers you a new and better way to bill with the efficiency and simplicity of the Internet saving you time and money. Its simple design includes three stats sections including Financial, Appointments and Patient statistics.

Enjoy the benefits of our automated calling list and call management features and e-nate's account receivable.

Patient Flow was Designed to improve Doctor and staff communication, patient flow management, and allow faster invoicing and scheduling, the clinic work flow is a dashboard built to reduce to a few clicks all of the major tasks in the office. With a color alert system, improving patient management at the front desk will now reduce human errors to a minimum. In addition, the walk-in clinic feature opens a new array of possibilities. Do you want to know more about us?

About E-nate

visit http://www.e-nate.com

E-nate USA
151 Trafalgar st.
South Carolina
Tel.: 1-803-979-0974
Toll free: 1-866-enate 88
fax: 803 648 5063

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Press Release Submitted On: January 29, 2009 at 9:33 am
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