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Title: Computers 101 - The Basics How To Make Your Medical Office Work for You


1
Computers 101 - The BasicsHow To Make Your
Medical Office Work for You
  • Daniel W. Saylak, D.O., FACOFP
  • dsaylak_at_bvuc.net

2
Why Do I Need A Computer In My Practice?
  • Improved efficiency Charts are available
    instantly
  • Improved reimbursement
  • Ease of sending files to other physicians
  • Easy Lab and X-ray retrieval and transmission
  • Patients are beginning to expect this type of
    care
  • Nearly instantaneous access to reference source

3
Empty Files Cabinets
We now have 16 empty file cabinets, and a
corresponding increase in usable square footage
4
Why Do I Need A Computer In My Practice?
  • Improved efficiency Chart area available
    instantly
  • Improved reimbursement

5
Increased Reimbursement
Not from a change in practice pattern, but from
improved charge capture
6
Why Do I Need A Computer In My Practice?
  • Improved efficiency Chart area available
    instantly
  • Improved reimbursement
  • Ease of sending files to other physicians.

7
Why Do I Need A Computer In My Practice?
  • Improved efficiency Chart area available
    instantly
  • Improved reimbursement
  • Ease of sending files to other physicians.
  • Easy Lab and X-ray retrieval and transmission
  • Patients are beginning to expect this type of
    care.
  • Nearly instantaneous access to reference source

8
What Kind of Computer Do I Need?
Input Devices
  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • Net Book
  • Tablet Personal Computer
  • Server

9
The Internet
10
Types of Connections
  • Wired (Cat-6 cabling) Expensive but FAST
    (approx. 1 Gigabytes/sec.)
  • Wireless
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n

Wired/Wireless Router
Dual Band Router
Internal Card
PCMCIA Card
11
MIMO Multiple Inputs/Multiple Outputs
If you choose to use this technology, try to use
a single manufacturer
12
The Internet
Router
Workstation
Workstation
o
Server
Workstation
Workstation
13
Security
  • Wireless Router
  • Antivirus software
  • Antispam software
  • Spyware software (free)
  • Adware software (free)
  • HIPAA compliance

14
The Specialty Society Websites
  • ACOFP Free programs especially for Personal
    Digital Assistants
  • The American Academy of Medical Informatics is a
    resource (AOAMI.org)
  • HER evaluation CCHIT certification

15
Changing Rules
  • New Operating Systems
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Version 7 due out in 2009
  • The unofficial EHR Vendor Poll
  • Apple adopted Intel chips
  • OS X
  • Dual Booting
  • Use Virtual enviroments (Linux, FreeBSD)

16
Questions?
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