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Practice Management System (PMS) is a category of healthcare software that deals with the day-to-day operations of a medical practice. Such software frequently allows users to capture patient demographics, schedule appointments, maintain lists of insurance payors, perform billing tasks, and generate reports.

In the United States, most PMS systems are designed for small to medium-sized medical offices. Some of the software is designed for or used by third-party medical billing companies. PMS is often divided among desktop-only software, client-server software, or Internet-based software.

The desktop-only variety is intended to be used only on one computer by one or a handful of users sharing access. Client-server software typically necessitates that the practice acquire or lease server equipment and operate the server software on that hardware, while individual users’ workstations contain client software that accesses the server. Client-server software’s advantage is in allowing multiple users to share the data and the workload; a major disadvantage is the cost of running the server. Internet-based software is a relatively newer breed of PMS. Such software decreases the need for the practice to run their own server and worry about security and reliability. However, such software removes patient data from the practice’s premises, which can be seen as a security risk of its own.

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Responsibilities Involved
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Financial Management

Establishing and maintaining a budget and revenue cycle; monitoring and analyzing medical billing success and.
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Business Operations

Developing a business and marketing plan; identifying required outside resources; managing the practice’s physical space;.
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Human Resources Management

Recruiting, hiring, training, and retaining providers and staff
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Information Management

Acquiring and upgrading telephone and computer systems including software/services for clinical, billing, electronic health record.
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Organizational Governance

Establishing legal structure of practice; integrating a corporate mission; establishing pay structure; fostering staff and.
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Patient Care Systems

Maximizing provider efficiency through effective workflow; establishing systems to keep patients informed, engaged and satisfied;.
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Quality Management

Establishing and maintaining quality standards; monitoring clinical quality oversight; setting up processes and systems to.
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Risk Management

Establishing procedures to ensure patient safety and to address emergencies, disasters and legal challenges; ensuring.
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