As your practice grows, expect KIP to grow as well.
Here are some things to look forward to this year:
1) Ledger transactions can be archived.
As your practice grows, ledgers will grow as well. To keep things under control, you will be able to hide ledger transactions that are cleared older than a time frame you specify. Of course, KIP makes this process totally reversible and modifiable – so if you don’t like hiding transactions (or if you want transactions hid that are over 2 years old instead of 3), just change your preferences. Any invoices that retain a balance will always remain visible.
2) Backing up made easy.
Here it is, 2007, and still offices don’t backup as they should. New KIP versions to be released this year will backup automatically to our internet servers. Just leave your computer on every night and your data will be transferred automatically to our secure backup site. You will finally be able to sleep securely knowing your data will be safe and sound.
3) The paperless office becomes a reality.
New KIP versions to be released this year will integrate with high speed scanners so that everything in your office will be totally computerized. Letters, lab reports, even insurance cards, can be scanned into KIP and stored electronically. Anytime you need a hard copy, just print it out or fax it. Anywhere you can log into KIP, you have access to everything.
4) Email your patients reminders and information.
Actually, KIP already emails patient appointment reminders, but look to KIP for increased emailing capability. You will be able to search for all diabetics and send them an email pertaining to a new treatment or medication, or email all patients not seen for a year and send them a reminder email.
5) Ledgers can be sorted on any column
Just click on the column header and your ledger will be instantly sorted by Date, Transaction Number, Description, Charges, Payments or Adjustments.
6) Mark one CPT or Inventory code to be billed as another.
Sometimes the CPT or Inventory Codes you want to use aren’t the ones you want to bill.
Bar code your inventory items and scan them in for billing, then set which CPT Code that item should be billed as. Any item you dispense that has a bar code (or other code that may be convenient for you to enter), can be billed using a different CPT code.
We look forward to hearing your ideas as to where KIP should go next. Feel free to let us know what features you are looking forward to.