MacPractice kiosk

May 11, 2011
MacPractice helps streamline patient registration to save time and reduce data entry errors.

LINCOLN, Nebraska--MacPractice, an Apple developer of practice management and clinical software for doctors’ offices on Macs, iPhones, and iPads, has announced the launch of MacPractice MD, DDS, DC, and 20/20 iPad apps that help streamline patient registration.

To read more about MacPractice, go to MacPractice.

This process leverages the efficiency and ease of use of Apple’s latest innovation to save time and reduce the risk of data entry errors.

“In response to many requests from doctors’ offices to use the iPad for patient registration, we are announcing new iPad Kiosk apps that work in conjunction with MacPractice MD, DDS, DC, and 20/20 desktop practice management and clinical software,” said Mark Hollis, president of MacPractice.

The data, entered by patients who complete and sign registration forms in the Kiosk app on the iPad, is automatically incorporated into the patient’s account in MacPractice MD, DDS, DC, or 20/20 on the desktop.

Insurance information can be reviewed by office staff. MacPractice Kiosk apps not only help streamline the registration process, save paper and staff time, but also help reduce the risk of data-entry errors due to illegible handwriting.

Patients may also complete and sign HIPAA consent and release forms that are associated with the patient in MacPractice attachments on the desktop.

For more information about MacPractice MD, DDS, DC, and 20/20 iPad apps and other MacPractice iPad solutions, visit
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