Stat Health Systems commences software rollout
Stat Health Systems has commenced the rollout of their new practice software for both general and specialist practice, dubbed 'Stat'. As a fully integrated solution, the product contains both clinical and practice management features, including billing, claiming and appointment functionality.
Stat has been in live beta testing since August 2010. Since this time the company has migrated its prescribing data system to MIMS, having originally developed the software to use a competing solution from First DataBank.
Carla Doolan, Stat Health System’s Sales and Marketing Manager touted the product’s flexible ‘multi function interface’ as a major strength of the software: “This allows the user to commence a new action without completing the previous action. The user has the flexibility to return to the incomplete task at any time, and can be progressing an unlimited number of tasks. This was the most frequently requested feature from the market when initial user requirement surveys were undertaken.
“All initial screen designs are referred back to our focus group, which consists of doctors, nursing and practice administration staff for their input. This liaison with the market will continue to be a focus of ours.”
Ms Doolan also listed other notable features of the product, including fine grained security controls, a task manager and a recall manager with audit functionality, and user definable macros to speed up common tasks.
With the intention of focusing solely on their own product as the rollout continues, the company has announced that it will be ceasing support of its Stat Online Claiming System (SOCS) and Stat Services support at the end of June 2011.
Stat is being sold on a ‘concurrent user’ basis, with customers given the option to pay for ongoing annual licence fees in monthly instalments, should they so wish.
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