• Sometimes I feel like I’m underwater.

  • Can’t find my way through the fish.

  • Hmm… just wondering…

  • Just hanging out…

Statistical analysis

This is a very interesting addition. It includes 3 reports, allows you to control the ranges that you want to consider, and choose between active, inactive or both. It’s found on the bottom right of patient data. ENJOY!

New Statistics module

I’ve often wondered what my average patient visit count was. Standard deviation as well. We had something that did this in the original HW-DOS system from the early 80’s but nothing in the ms access version. Sad. Well, it coming soon…

Electronic Remittance (835) Fix

We fixed an error in calculating the “contractual obligation” aka “write off” that occurred in certain “edge” cases with some insurance payments. This happens when there were multiple write-offs without any corresponding payments. This is a rare problem, as we…

Unpaid Bills revisited

Many years ago, we revised the unpaid bills report to breakdown bills by how old they were. So bills older than 3 months old were printed in a different section than bills 1 and 2 months old. Recently, a user…

My transaction screen doesn’t show case totals.

The screen size for the “3” screen is supposed to become larger for certain combinations of Windows and MS Access. One of the combinations was not handled properly. This has been fixed and is in the 2/17/2017 update.

Who Owes?

A user asked, “How do I get a list of patients that owe us money, from largest to smallest?” From the report wizard, click on financial and then click “Green to Go”. If you want to limit the list to…

2/13/2017 Update

A few gentle fixes are included in the 2/13/2017 update. First is a fix in electronic bills, when there are multiple locations and a master billing clinic, the NPI number for the service location is left blank. The NPI for the…

Welcome to the new HandyWorks website!

Everything needs a little freshening, and websites are the same. This is our “New and Improved” HW website, powered by WordPress. Our Legacy site, was all html code, and maintained in a cumbersome way using FrontPage and an FTP uploader. Our intent…