AlloFactor is the only FREE medical practice management software that comes prebuilt with all clinic functions including scheduling, registration, billing, EMR, reporting.
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Over the last several years, password management has become increasingly more difficult. Thanks to the Web and to cloud applications, there are far more passwords to remember than ever before. Furthermore, passwords are often archaic and must be frequently changed. Fortunately, there are a number of Single Sign On (SSO) and password management utilities available. This article outlines five such utilities that are targeted for use by individuals or small businesses.
I was on the ASP.NET Community Standup this morning and Jon mentioned a new tool for load testing called "Netling." This got me to thinking about simple lightweight load testing in general. I've used large enterprise systems like SilkTest as well as the cloud based load testing tools like those in Azure and Visual Studio. I've also used command-line tools like WCAT, an old but very competent load testing tool.
From EHR Live: The clinical benefits of computerized medical records are clear; however, the costs of current proprietary systems are large. These high cost systems inhibit many small practices from transitioning to computerized medical records. This obstacle can easily be circumvented with EHR Live's OpenEMR. OpenEMR is a medical practice management, electronic medical records, prescription writing, and medical billing application.
One of the most common questions I get from students is where they can find free cloud computing and enterprise software research.