ShrinkRapt 2020 – Using Lists

In this blog we will using the listed displayed on the home page.  There are now ten lists of information for each patient or time period on the home page.  These lists provide a a great deal of information, readily available to you as needed. The lists are visits: payments, adjustments, all transactions, visit notes, … Continue reading ShrinkRapt 2020 – Using Lists

Printing a daily or weekly appointment schedule

We all love our electronic devices, but sometimes a paper schedule or list is just more useful. The most recent ShrinkRapt update offers a new horizontal layout for printing a weekly schedule with enough room to display up to 30 appointment times for each day. This is the layout you will want to use if … Continue reading Printing a daily or weekly appointment schedule

Create Default Schedule

This blog post describes how to enter a default work schedule for each day of the week.  Once a schedule is entered, the appointment times will automatically be added when you choose a day in the calendar. Follow the steps below to setup your default work schedule.   Choose Practitioner from the Setup Menu.Click the check box next to the days … Continue reading Create Default Schedule

Tracking Insurance Claims

ShrinkRapt 2019 simplifies insurance tracking, making it easy to see when you were paid, how much you were paid and what has not been paid. Below are some  tips to help keep track of paid and unpaid insurance claims. Viewing Visits Submitted For Insurance Payment When you print or submit claims electronically, ShrinkRapt date stamps … Continue reading Tracking Insurance Claims

Keeping It Simple With Client Balance Only Statements

Simple is usually the most effective way to communicate anything.  With ShrinkRapt's client balance only statements, you can easily communicate to your patient exactly what they need to pay.  This statement shows no insurance information, but if they only have a co-pay, they probably don't care. In this blog post we will discuss: How to … Continue reading Keeping It Simple With Client Balance Only Statements

You asked – We Listened – We Acted

In our last blog post we asked if you wanted to see a balance next to the patient's name on the patient list even if they were not the responsible party.  You responded "yes". An update will be available later today that adds this feature.  In addition, we have highlighted the balance in red to … Continue reading You asked – We Listened – We Acted