US D877768 · Issued Mar 10, 2020
The ornamental design for a display screen with a graphical user interface for electronic medical chart system, as shown and described.
US D860239S1 · Issued Sep 17, 2019
The ornamental design for a display screen with a graphical user interface for medical billing workflow management as shown and described.
US D847,170 S · Issued Apr 30, 2019
The ornamental design for a display screen with a graphical user interface for practice workflow management as shown and described.
US D769,287 S · Issued Oct 18, 2016
The FIGURE is a front view of a computer screen with practice health monitor and radar graphical user interface showing the claimed design.
US 6,785,810 · Issued Aug 31, 2004
A system and method for securely transmitting, searching, and storing data. To ensure security on the client side of a communication network, the system and method double encrypt sensitive data and single encrypt non-sensitive data. The system and method also fuzzy searches for user information. Thus, it is possible to find the information for the user in a database knowing only a minimal amount of detail about that user. Privacy and security is provided without impeding performance or compromising any of the standard database search functionality. Capitalizing on the difference in privacy requirements between users, the number of keys required to access sensitive data is minimized by using a single key for each user (e.g., a patient) and two keys for other users (e.g., health care providers).
US 14/665502 · Filed Mar 23, 2015
For the purpose of summarizing this invention, this invention comprises a quality assurance method for an accounts receivable system whereby a known number of true insurance claims are entered into a computer-implemented system and a known number of tagged claims are entered into the same computer-implemented system. A sample group of the true insurance claims and tagged claims are sent to quality assurance staff, who examine the sample group for bad claims. The system can be configured to keep track of the number of bad claims caught by staff over a set amount of time. The accuracy and efficiency of the quality assurance staff can be tracked and different teams of quality assurance staff can be assessed using the disclosed invention. Overall, the system improves through the identification of common issues in bad claims by quality assurance staff and by having a more accurate estimate of the total number of bad claims within the insurance billing system.