I was looking for the information on the latest update and found only up to 4.27 in the UPDATES folder - Why is that?
Has it been released outside beta? Here's the log. 4.4.29: CMS FORM: REGENERATE RELOADS THE PATIENT INFORMATION 4.4.29: ABB INTEGRATION: FIX FOR STATE CUT-OFF 4.4.29: BILLING: IMPORTING FROM ROUTING SLIP NOW ONLY OVERWRITES INVOICE NOTES IF ROUTING SLIP HAD NON-BLANK NOTES 4.4.29: BILLING: DOUBLE-CLICKING A DIAGNOSIS CODE AUTOMATICALLY CHECKS-OFF ALL ASSOCIATED BILLING CODE BOXES 4.4.28: PRINT SPEC RX: ADDED 5 YEAR EXPIRATION DATE (FL) 4.4.28: PRINT CL RX: ADDED 5 YEAR EXPIRATION DATE 4.4.28: MYSQL BACKUP UTILITY: ADDED OPTION TO CHECK DATABASE INTEGRITY 4.4.28: RECORDS: ADDED EYESUITE MACHINE INTEGRATION 4.4.28: ADMIN COMPANY: ADDED LOCATION-SPECIFIC ANSI PAY-TO ADDRESSES 4.4.28: ADMIN E-CLAIMS: E-DR BATCH CL ORDERING FUNCTIONALITY 4.4.28: CLAIMS REPORTS: "PRINT CLAIMS" ADDED - PRINTS ANY NUMBER OF CLAIMS TO .XPS 4.4.28: REPORTS: VARIOUS FIXES FOR MASS INSURANCE CHECK 4.4.28: BILLING: +/- ADDED TO INVOICE NOTES 4.4.28: BILLING: UP/DOWN ARROWS ADDED TO EDIT DIAGNOSIS 4.4.28: ADMIN->RECALL: ADDED "PRIMARY DOCTOR" VARIABLE
I'm happy to see EyeSuite integration but haven't looked to see what it does yet.
Post by friscoeyeassociates on Jul 7, 2016 16:03:00 GMT -6
Florida's laws regarding spectacle Rx's requires 5 years expiration.. Disposable CL's require 2 year expiration... I would hope optometrist in FL are doing all they can to reverse that legislation, but that has been the case for a few years now in FL. 5 years is way to long, especially for kids..
484.012 Prescriptions; filing; duplication of prescriptions; duplication of lenses.— (1) Any prescription written by a duly licensed allopathic or osteopathic physician or optometrist for any lenses, spectacles, eyeglasses, contact lenses, or other optical devices shall be kept on file for a period of 2 years with the optical establishment that fills such prescription. However, the licensed optician may maintain a copy of the prescription. (2) Upon request by the intended user of the prescribed lenses, spectacles, eyeglasses, contact lenses, or other optical devices, or by an agent of the intended user, the optician who fills the original prescription shall duplicate, on a form prescribed by rule of the board, the original prescription. However, for medical reasons only, the prescribing allopathic or osteopathic physician or optometrist may, upon the original prescription, prohibit its duplication. Any duplication shall be considered a valid prescription to be filled for a period of 5 years from the date of the original prescription, except that a contact lens prescription shall be considered a valid prescription to be filled for a period of 2 years from the date of the original prescription. (3) Nothing in this part shall be construed to prohibit a licensed optician from accurately duplicating lenses as to power without a prescription.