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ChartPerfect users benefit from a wide suite of helpful services. As a combined Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Practice Management System (PMS) and billing services provider, ChartPerfect helps medical practitioners streamline daily tasks such as ordering labs or diagnostics, documenting patient notes, sharing data with other providers, writing prescriptions and accessing patient histories.READ MORE
Although the card brands have recently revised their requirements around signature authorization, signatures are still the best defense in the event of a chargeback dispute as long as you’re properly processing your payments. Additionally, there are numerous instances when businesses require non-payment signatures from customers. These include terms and conditions, disclosures, disclaimers, liability waivers, privacy agreements, HIPAA agreements, warranties, etc. In the medical industry alone, this can amount to dozens of forms related to billing, on-boarding, consent, prescriptions, lab reports and care agreements that must be physically stored or scanned and stored online.READ MORE
Event rental businesses have a ton to manage, from tracking the lifecycle of an order to optimizing inventory for maximum profit. It’s no wonder why so many event rental businesses are turning to Rentopian for a seamless software solution.READ MORE
You integrate a credit card processing API to enhance the functionality of your software system. In turn, your business and customers enjoy residual benefits. For your business, you save time and money you would have spent building a payment function from scratch and going through the process of PCI certification. For your customers, it eliminates the need to search for payment services and provides a streamlined workflow for collecting payments and utilizing your software.READ MORE
If you’re a software developer, you’re constantly evaluating ways to round out your product with new features and integrations. You want your software to be competitive and achieve market parity, which requires a constant race to develop the key features your customers need and additional features they’ll love.READ MORE
Having fewer, consolidated systems is preferable to managing disjointed systems that require duplicate data entry. This is exactly the reason software vendors look to integrate with other providers to deliver more features, while end users seek comprehensive solutions that meet all their needs.READ MORE