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  PracticeWorks: Rx's in Multi-doctor Offices
Posted by: Brian on Wednesday, April 18, 2007 - 11:51 AM
 
  Automation and PracticeScript
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If you're printing Rx's from PW, the doctor's name, license number and possibly the DEA number are filled in automatically when the Rx prints, from the employee setup page for the doctor. (Lists _ Employees). But if you have more than one doctor in the practice, you probably want ALL the doctors' names and info to print on the Rx's, just like they probably do on your hand-written Rx pads. Here's how to do that.<

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  PracticeWorks: Lighthouse Next Appointment Info System
Posted by: Brian on Friday, March 04, 2005 - 04:17 PM
 
  Automation and PracticeScript
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This document describes a system that can help you streamline the scheduling process by improving the communication between the clinical team members (who know what each patient's next appointment should be for) and the administrative team members (who usually make the appointments).



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  PracticeWorks: Configuring Automation Expert Document Printing
Posted by: Brian on Thursday, December 09, 2004 - 09:52 AM
 
  Automation and PracticeScript
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One of the most commonly used Responses of the Automation Expert is to print a Document. There are several types: letterhead, plain paper, postcard, mailing label, e-mail and field export. Before you do the actual printing of any of these (except field export, which isn't really a document), you need to make sure you have the printing properly configured on the computer from which you're printing. Here's how:



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  PracticeWorks: PracticeWorks Customization - Why every Puppy needs to be Trained
Posted by: Allen on Tuesday, August 12, 2003 - 10:29 AM
 
  Automation and PracticeScript
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PracticeWorks broke the mold when it was first introduced as an Appointment Book driven practice management package. This insight into the intuitiveness necessary for a successful relationship between human and computer created a whole new approach to running a dental practice. The next and even more significant milestone was the introduction of the user ability to custom automate the package to fit an individual's needs. This shifted things from being easy to use for the human to actual intelligence in the software for how your practice operates. While a dog may be man's best friend, PracticeWorks (the program) is an office's best friend, and like the loyal dog can and SHOULD be trained to help the office for years to come. This article will describe a situation that resulted in a training of our "puppy" and hopefully will give ideas about what can be done in your office.



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