Category Archives: Evaluating Software

ECLIPSE vs. ChiroTouch

Competition is healthy. It improves products. People too. From classrooms to sports fields to tradeshow floors. Even to the moon. But there are rules – and laws – about how far is too far. Suppose the chiropractor down the road … Continue reading

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ICD-10: What you need to know now…

So… a guy walks into a lamppost… and it turns out there’s an ICD-10 code to describe his encounter:  W22.02XA! Would you even admit that to the doctor? I did that once as a teen and would never tell a … Continue reading

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Who sees 10,000 patients per month with ECLIPSE?

The internet is filled with testimonials that rave about the “best chiropractic software.” Doctors tell you how much they love certain features and perhaps how busy they are… but rarely define what “busy” means to them, or how they’ve actually … Continue reading

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Evaluating Chiropractic Software: Practice Management Expertise

In 2012 & 2013, ECLIPSE once again topped independent surveys by multiple state chiropractic associations. You can read about one of those surveys here. The other was conducted by the North Carolina Chiropractic Association (NCCA) earlier this year. According to … Continue reading

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The Encounter vs. The Audit

For most D.C.’s, audits tend to be both rare and frightening. When a large insurance company contacted Dr. H at his Kentucky clinic, requested myriad patient records, and asked for reimbursement of substantial fees, I have no doubt he was … Continue reading

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And the survey says…

Once again, D.C.’s in Wisconsin have been surveyed by the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association with regard to the EHR / chiropractic software they use.  And the results might surprise those of you who rely on the hype that abounds in magazine ads … Continue reading

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ECLIPSE, Credit Card Processing and The Cloud

In November 2010, I purchased a case of wine as a gift for the upcoming holidays. Rather than wander into my local liquor store, I ordered from winelibrary.com. The recipient was delighted with the gift. And that was the end of it. … Continue reading

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What happens when the lights go out?

The email excerpt below was sent to physician clients by a cloud based, ONC-ATCB certified company that recently decided to halt business operations: “After months of effort in an attempt to survive the ongoing economic crisis, Redpine Healthcare Technologies, Inc. (“Redpine”) has made … Continue reading

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Size Matters

Today, we’ve been receiving calls from doctors who are ready to panic. Here’s an excerpt of the email from their software vendor: “After months of effort in an attempt to survive the ongoing economic crisis, Redpine Healthcare Technologies, Inc. (“Redpine”) … Continue reading

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Meaningful Use Certifications: Don’t Get Hoodwinked

ECLIPSE became certified for Stage I as a Complete EHR on July 28th, 2011. We began providing clients with all the tools and information they’d need for compliance way back in January 2011… to ensure they’d meet the October 1st, 2011 deadline. And … Continue reading

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