QuikEyes and Tricension Announce the Availability of Two Additional QuikEyes Application Modules

QuikEyes, Version 11.0, has added two new modules to its Cloud-Based Electronic Health Record system for Eyecare Professionals. The additions of an Optical Inventory Management Module and a Patient Communication Module have provided further efficiency to the Eyecare EHR system.

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Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) July 17, 2014

QuikEyes Optical Inventory Management module (QuikInventory) has added the ability to track current Product Inventory Status (Eyeglasses, Contact Lenses, etc.), Cost of Goods Sold, Product Invoices, Accounts Receivable and detailed Practice Management reporting.

“Adding these Inventory and Practice Management capabilities will allow our current and future users to move their Practice Management processes away from paper and other generic product management systems, eliminating double entry and providing more efficiency in their practices.” – Matt Lowenstein O.D., QuikEyes CEO

QuikEyes Patient Communication Module (QuikCommunications) facilitates patient exam recalls, appointment reminders and allows creation of patient lists by specific criteria. This includes patient email and text capabilities directly from QuikEyes. Patient messages can be customized and branded by practice.

“Having a fully embedded Patient Communication module was a unique goal of ours. Many EHR systems use third party communication software systems which are expensive and require export of patient data from the EHR to the third party. We believe our embedded system will be more efficient and will definitely be less expensive for our users than using an outside communications vendor.” – Matt Lowenstein O.D., QuikEyes CEO

“The two module offerings round out the QuikEyes Practice Management and Electric Medical Record system. Dr. Lowenstein’s product vision for the past decade has generated one of the most practical and usable EMR systems in the eyecare industry.” – Mike Lammers, Tricension CEO

QuikEyes, the Software as a Service (SaaS) ambulatory eyecare system, provides affordable, easy to use Practice Management and Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems to corporate and private eyecare practices. It has been developed, managed and supported by Tricension using leading edge Cloud technology including the Microsoft technology stack and the .Net application framework.

For more information about QuikEyes visit http://www.QuikEyes.com.

Tricension is a business advisory and technology solutions firm whose founders are accomplished business and technology executives with business backgrounds in healthcare and financial services. The Kansas City, MO based company has been listed as one of the “Fastest Growing Companies” by the Kansas City Business Journal and Ingram’s Magazine in 2012 and 2013. Tricension was also recently named to the “25 Under 25” Class of 2014, given out each year to 25 companies in the Kansas City area.

Visit http://www.Tricension.com for more information.


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