Patient Demographics Live-stream with OHIP

Patient Demographics Live-stream with OHIP

  1. Health card validation [HCV] is triggered automatically in the billing and appointment forms. HCV can be manually triggered in the patient profile form as well.
  2. Enter New Patients by their health number; complete patient demographic data is downloaded/updated from OHIP’s database to yours.
  3. HCV appears as either green (valid) or red (invalid). In addition, periodic service codes eligibility and roster data is displayed. This detailed validation appears as a bubble for 10 seconds.
Bill with the health card number and service codes.

*Originally published August 8, 2020

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