MedicScan® to Sponsor and Exhibit at iPatientCare National User Conference 2014 as a Silver Star Sponsor

iPatientCare Practice Management System (PMS) has been Integrated with MedicScan to streamline the patient registration process by eliminating the need to photocopy and manually enter patient ID and medical insurance card information.

iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated Practice Management solutions announced MedicScan”s participation at iPatientCare National User Conference (NUCON) 2014 as a Silver Star Sponsor and exhibiting its integrated solution.

The iPatientCare and MedicScan integration enables physician practices to streamline the patient registration process. iPatientCare has integrated the MedicScan technology into its Practice Management software to capture images and data from driver’s licenses and medical insurance cards, identify and extract the data, and auto-populate the information into iPatientCare’s demographics and insurance screens. This seamless process will not only save the time of the physicians’ offices so that they can focus on the patients’ needs, but also improve their revenue cycle process by reducing human errors that may lead to claim rejection.

“We are very excited to have this opportunity to connect with iPatientcare customers to share with them a more efficient patient registration process with MedicScan, thereby reducing claim rejections and improving the patients’ experience,” said Gary Turco, Partner Relations, MedicScan.

“iPatientCare is delighted to introduce MedicScan as the Silver Star Sponsor of iPatientCare NUCON 2014 and its seamless integrated technology that can help iPatientCare PMS users to achieve better workflow at NUCON 2014”, said Pranav Patel, General manager at iPatientCare.

About MedicScan:

Card Scanning Solutions Inc. has been providing leading image processing and OCR software to the Healthcare Industry since 1999. Our Software and Hardware products integrate directly into Healthcare software solutions allowing medical offices to capture, identify, and extract driver’s license data (from the 50 states and 90 countries) and medical insurance cards from virtually all insurance companies.

Visit http://card-reader.com for more information.

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