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Overview 

Patient insurance information is electronically captured by the Check-in Clerk and is immediately available for the Verification Clerk (business office) to confirm, edit and accept.

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Highlights

3rd Party Insurance Card Scanning & File Update

ICB is a powerful, user-friendly software solution that automates the data entry process by capturing and saving insurance information electronically. The solution streamlines administrative workflows and reduces buffer file errors, helping healthcare organizations deployed on VistA save time and money.

Key Features

Capture and save insurance data electronically
Conduct query-based searches
Receive alerts to update patient insurance information
Save updated data to VistA’s Insurance Buffer File
Save scanned images to VistA Imaging
View work lists of patients with recently scanned cards
Compare existing VistA data against scanned insurance card image.

Additional Information

Insurance Capture Buffer (ICB)

 

Developer Information

Developer: DSS, Inc.

Website: www.dssinc.com

Phone: 561.284.7000

Email: info@dssinc.com

More Information

For more information please contact the Extension Developer

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