WINDOWS 7 ALERT Microsoft Ceases Free Security Updates for Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 How will this affect you as a user? Microsoft has discontinued its free support for Windows 7 and Office 2010. The same goes for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, which also ends today, January 14, 2020. While these…
Skedulex is very easy to set up for Health Care for Auto Insurance (HCAI). The entire setup is done by HCAI Onboarding Team at Skedulex. Once this setup is completed, you are given your login access and have full access to your HCAI account via Skedulex. This approach saves you many hours commonly associated with…
“We are a small to mid size company offering therapy and rehab services to community-based clients. We are considering whether a Case Management Solution (CMS) will be useful to us and, more importantly, whether we can afford it. Currently, we use a combination of paper-based files, Google, Outlook, MS Word on our local network, where we also store reports and other documents. We use QuickBooks for Accounting. Our session notes are done on paper template forms. We have just started to scan and store these forms on the server. Oh, we also use the HCAI website to submit plans and invoices to insurance companies. What we do now works fine although an increasing number of our competitors have invested in a CMS. Can we afford a Solution and how do we benefit?”
Form 1 or Assessment of Attendant Care Needs is scheduled for released on Skedulex Case Management Software on Monday, October 1st, to co-inside with the Release of HCAI’s 3.20. Health Care Facilities that are enrolled with Skedulex will be able to submit Form 1 to insurers electronically through the HCAI system. If your facility is not using Skedulex Case Management Software, you may use another Case Management System (CMS) that is integrated with HCAI or the HCAI web channel.
Professional Services Fees – HCAI Billing The Financial Services Commission of Ontario sets out the maximum hourly rates and the maximum professional service fees for the forms payable by automobile insurers under the SABS related to the services of any of the health care professions or health care providers listed in the Guideline.Insurers are not prohibited from paying above any maximum amount or hourly rate established in the Guideline. Services provided by health care professionals/providers, unregulated providers and other occupations not listed in the Guideline are not covered by the Guideline. The amounts payable by an insurer related to services not covered by the Guideline are to be determined by the parties involved.
Hcai software notice of system maintenanceSpring System Release 3.17 for HCAI SoftwareHCAI’s spring 2017 system release, Release 3.17, will be available on May 1, 2017. Updates in Release 3.17 include:New search fields in the User Management screenStreamlining the HCAI web interface by removing outdated and unused functionsContinue to support newer versions of web browsersNone of the changes included in Release 3.17 will impact PMS vendors.
The Assessment of Attendant Care Needs Form (Mandatory Form 1) must be submitted through the HCAI system, starting October 1, 2018. The current paper submission will give way to an electronic submission, taking HCAI one step further along the compliance path for PHI Data transfer. The objectives of the change were twofold:To make it easier for healthcare providers to submit and track the document.To improve insurers’ ability to monitor and adjudicate claims.To improve PHI transmission compliance in accordance with PHIPA and HIPA.
HCAI is set to take a major step toward optimization and compliance with the addition of its first form, Form 1 (Assessment of Attendant Care Needs). OCF18 and OCF21 were introduced initially.Form 1 is completed by a designated health care practitioner and submitted to the auto insurance company on behalf of a person injured in a motor vehicle accident (the claimant) for qualified personal care expenses incurred. Form 1 is slated to be added to HCAI system as an available OCF form this fall.The outdated and costly Form 1 processCurrently, the preparation and submission of Form 1 poses a number of challenges for health care facilities (HCFs) and insurance companies alike.