medcard

medcard

[med′kärd]
(in nursing) a small card listing the name, dose, and schedule of administration of each patient's medications, used in dispensing drugs to each patient.
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Boldt to find out that there are applications for Hiney Healer other than that of treating diaper rashes," says MedCard chief executive officer Tom Swegle.
The Medcard includes your name, address, phone number, date of birth, primary language, blood type and primary physician's name and number on one side.
The company's products include its MedCard System, a system that provides 100% paperless electronic data entry at the physician's office for all medical insurance billings and collections, and the One Medical Service System, a cost-effective solution that gives pharmacies the ability to provide a complete, one-stop shopping solution for all its customer's home medical equipment (HME) and home healthcare related service needs.
GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services today announced it was administrative agent on a $25 million revolving line of credit for AccessOne MedCard, Inc.
s (OTCBB: EMED), MedCard Division, a leading provider of technology-based solutions for the healthcare industry, and Moneris Solutions, one of North America's largest electronic transaction processors, today announced the availability of a comprehensive HIPAA-compliant solution for insurance eligibility verification, electronic referrals and electronic claims transaction processing.
The Company's healthcare business unit, MedCard, offers a service package for physicians, clinics and hospitals, and includes the following services: Patient Eligibility, Paperless Claims Processing, Electronic referrals, patient Easy Pay, Credit/Debit Cards and Check Guarantee.
operates the MedCard System, which is an electronic processing system that consolidates insurance eligibility verification, processes medical claims, monitors referrals and provides approvals of credit/debit card payments through a small terminal or personal computer.
currently operates the MedCard System that functions through a point-of-sale terminal or personal computer offering electronic transaction processing, as well as insurance eligibility verification.
The company's healthcare business units include: the Internet Healthcare Solutions (IHS) Center which provides ASP (Application Service Provider) through the Health Information Gateway (HIG) as well as SSP (Storage Service Provider) solutions that meet the information outsourcing needs of healthcare provider and payor organizations, and MedCard, an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for physicians, clinics and hospitals that offers an on-line verification of insurance eligibility, electronic referrals, 100 percent paperless claims processing, patient easy pay and credit and debit card processing.
The company will assist MedCom in introducing its MedCard System, an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for physicians, clinics and hospitals that offers real-time eligibility, 100% paperless claims processing and referral services, and the Health Information Gateway, a state-of-the-art, web-based infrastructure that integrates healthcare data with e-business intelligence technology to meet the information needs of the healthcare industry on a real-time basis, to its vast network and client base.
The company's health-care business units include: Internet Healthcare Solutions (IHS) Center which provides ASP (Application Service Provider) through the Health Information Gateway (HIG), as well as SSP (Storage Service Provider) solutions that meet the information outsourcing needs of health-care provider and payor organizations, and MedCard, an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for physicians, clinics and hospitals that offers real-time verification of insurance eligibility, electronic referrals, 100% paperless claims processing, patient easy pay and credit and debit card processing.
MedCom USA (Nasdaq:EMED), a leader in the health-care information technology field, announced that Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center (KJMC) has selected the company's MedCard Division for the administration of all of its hospitalwide physician, part-B billing (Part-B billing covers services rendered by physicians within a hospital, as compared with part-A billing, which is for the hospital's services).