DataCare Corporation offers Medical Case Management Software, an affordable web-based solution for managed care companies. “Pay for what you use” and support for business accounting systems makes it ideal for even small case management organizations. Our customers report:
- “It is so easy to enter my notes right along with my billable time”
- “My favorite thing about the system is that reports are automatically sent to those who need to receive it.”
Pay for what you use: “Our web-based software solutions address the unmet workflow and document management needs of case management companies with pay-for-what-you-use pricing terms,” says Dr. Paulo Franca, President and Chief Technology Officer of DataCare Corporation. “CaseBook scales as you grow and require no large upfront infrastructure cost to use the same software platform that supports Fortune 50 firms, URAC certified case management organizations, and major insurers.”
Tablet & smartphone friendly: Field case managers can take better advantage of our web-based CaseBook Case Management Software on the road. Some screens were recently redesigned to work better with tablets and smartphones. They can see all their cases and have complete access to any contacts, addresses, phone numbers, documents, and time tracking.
Small business accounting systems support: DataCare’s solution eliminates double entry of billing and invoicing information to accounting systems like QuickBooks and Peachtree. This is ideal for small case management organizations that struggle to interface efficiently with their accounting system. DataCare recognized the needless double entry of billing and invoicing information and set out to save our customers that hassle.
DataCare will demo its new offerings at CMSA Booth #422. DataCare is committed to a long-term road-map that continually delivers the industry’s most advanced, efficient, and feature-rich workers’ compensation solutions. DataCare is uniquely positioned to fulfill this commitment because our “plug and play” modules ensure everyone involved in the claim–from claims adjusters to UR, CM, and peer review professionals–can access and share the same information.