Updates on learn.pcc.com


What’s new in PCC software and services? Read below to learn about recent software updates and other new features and topics on learn.pcc.com. For more information, check out The Pulse, PCC’s newsfeed.

Recent PCC Software Releases

Your Next PCC Release: PCC 8.2 is a special Appointment Book release, arriving for practices who use the Appointment Book in December of 2017. PCC 8.3 will arrive in February of 2018. Release documentation will appear on this page, or you can read the News feed right inside PCC EHR.

  • Mid-Release Updates to PCC eRx
    The PCC 8.0 release included the all-new PCC eRx. Since the official PCC 8.0 release, PCC has rolled out dozens of updates, medication adjustments, and quick fixes to bugs that you helped us find.

    Below are some of the PCC eRx updates and fixes that arrived on your system between PCC 8.0 and PCC 8.1.

  • PCC 8.1 Release Video (13 minutes • 7-2017)
    Watch this video to learn about new features in PCC EHR, Partner, pocketPCC, and MyKidsChart for PCC 8.1.
  • PCC 8.1 Release
    In October of 2017, PCC will release version 8.1 of our electronic charting and practice management software to all PCC users. The PCC 8.1 release includes an update to the look and feel of PCC EHR, along with a massive under-the-hood maintenance update, a new option for personal balances in the patient portal, and customizable reports in PCC EHR.
  • PCC 8.0 Release Video (30 minutes • 5-2017)
    Watch this video to learn about PCC eRx and exciting new features in PCC EHR, Partner, pocketPCC, and MyKidsChart for PCC 8.0.
  • PCC 8.0 Release
    In May and June of 2017, PCC will release version 8.0 of our electronic charting and practice management software to all PCC users. The PCC 8.0 includes all-new prescription and medication tracking features in PCC EHR, vaccine inventory tracking, chart note availability in pocketPCC, sending images through the patient portal...
  • PCC 8.0 Migration Considerations
    The PCC 8.0 release includes new features that may need extra planning, training, or configuration. Read below to learn more, and share relevant details with your physicians and staff.

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