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DocuTrac, Inc. announces latest QuicDoc release

July 29, 2011
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Hagerstown, Md. — DocuTrac, Inc., a developer of behavioral health software, has announced the release of the latest version of their QuicDoc EMR Enterprise Edition software.

This newest release, ready for Meaningful Use, allows qualified providers to apply for Medicare and Medicaid incentives, and that could mean increased revenues. Additionally new functionality in this release reflects major advancements.

Recently, DocuTrac became the very first software company to be New York State Clinical Records Initiative (NYSCRI) certified. Certification was through MTM Services, Inc. authorized by the New York Office of Mental Health (OMH) and the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).

NYSCRI is designed for outpatient mental health, day and residential programs which are licensed, funded, or regulated by OASAS or OMH. The NYSCRI system is included in the new release of QuicDoc..

A noteworthy achievement attained in mid-July for DocuTrac was the approval of QuicDoc as an Electronic Prescription Transmission System (EPTS) by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.

This allows Ohio prescribers who use QuicDoc to transmit their prescriptions electronically. QuicDoc's e-prescribing feature provides a solution required by Ohio law which helps to prevent forgery and minimize errors through two factor authentication.

DocuTrac's Office Therapy Billing Software designed for solo and small group providers is currently in development for the new HIPAA 5010 requirements from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for filing insurance claims.

DocuTrac's 5010 coordination team is working and will be testing the new standards. The ability to file insurance claims using the new format will be available to customers in time for the CMS January 1, 2012 deadline.

DocuTrac, comprised of a group of dedicated, skilled individuals, has been in business for over 18 years. Behavioral health clinicians and administrators in every state across the country rely on their software.

Dr. Arnie Schuster, President of DocuTrac noted that "changes are occurring rapidly in mental health fields with state and federal regulators pushing the technical button." He says that he is "determined to keep up with all the new requirements that our customers are facing nationwide on both state and federal levels."

QuicDoc and Office Therapy are registered trademarks of DocuTrac, Inc.

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