- PCC 9.5 Overview and Video Series
Learn about PCC 9.5, coming to your practice in January of 2022.
- PCC 9.5 Release
In the first quarter of 2023, PCC will release version 9.5 of our electronic charting and practice management software to all PCC practices. PCC 9.5 brings a new tool for submitting claims and new workflows for handling bounced checks and personal credit refunds. PCC 9.5 also includes new features for the patient portal, pocketPCC, PCC’s new Forms tool, and more.
- PCC 9.5 Migration Considerations
The PCC 9.5 release includes new features that may need configuration and for which you may want to do extra planning or training. Read below to learn more, and share relevant details with your physicians and staff.
- PCC 9.4 Overview and Video Series
Learn about PCC 9.4, coming to your practice in the 3rd quarter of 2022.
- PCC 9.4 Release
PCC 9.4 is a major advancement in many of PCC's products and services. You'll be empowered to create, edit, and generate form letters in a new interface, and PCC EHR's Payments tool includes new features for reviewing, editing, and applying payments.
- PCC 9.4 Migration Considerations
The PCC 9.4 release includes new features that may need configuration and for which you may want to do extra planning or training. Read below to learn more, and share relevant details with your physicians and staff. Read the PCC 9.4 Release article for complete details on these features.
- COVID-19 Vaccines: Plan, Configure, Order, Administer, and Bill
You can use PCC EHR to order, administer, and track COVID-19 vaccines, either for pediatric patients or as part of a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for older patients. Read below to learn how to sign your practice up, plan for a vaccine clinic, configure your PCC system, and how to order, administer, and track COVID-19 vaccination.
- COVID-19 Links and Resources
A landing page for resources and links that may be useful during the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis.
- 2022 Updates to Telehealth (Telemedicine) Place of Service Codes
In October of 2021, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced changes to the Place of Service (POS) codes used on claims for telehealth encounters. If your practice bills for any telehealth (or “telemedicine”) encounters, you should learn about the changes and discuss them with your payers. You may need to update your PCC configuration.