[SATLUG] OT 'Proadjuster office sys' exposure?

Herb Cee hc at lookcee.com
Thu Jul 9 14:26:28 CDT 2009


Charles Hogan wrote:
> Herb Cee wrote:
>> David Kowis wrote:
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>>> Herb Cee wrote:
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>>>> My nephew is a Chiropractor and would like to bail out of $3500mo
>>>> payments. Does anyone here have any experience with this patient 
>>>> record
>>>> sys?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks, contact me off list to not bore others
>>>> herb
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>>> it's not boring if we're discussing open source software to replace
>>> patient record systems. I find it interesting.
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>> Cool David I agree and find it interesting also.  I have been reading 
>> past few days and this diagnosis system is based on NASA tech 
>> involving the use of a pressure controlled thump against the 
>> individual verterbre to determine if that joint is moving properly or 
>> is frozen into a locked position by muscle constriction this data is 
>> superimposed against the patient history with all the spine joints.
>>
>> This is basically a sonar type system combined with a thump of 
>> pressure controlled by a pair of flexed crystals so very similar to 
>> oil sysmic readings.
>>
>> The resulting feedback from the thump of 6# against the joint is then 
>> read as layers underlying the anomaly of the spine and translated 
>> into useful data .... Russ finds this data very useful and wishes to 
>> continue using the basic instrument but not using all the billing 
>> software that does not work properly and is not being used. However 
>> the software co refuses to adjust lease payment so he wants to 
>> replace the software but use the NASA sensor unit.
>>
>> I am only couple days into this so don't know much past here.
>>
>> I see no problem in setting up a Medicaid/Medicare billing sys but 
>> use of the device used to measure with is the ? I am not even sure 
>> what ? to ask and to whom????
>> Guess we can say this is start from scratch analytical project.
>>
>> Would you think trying to find out specs of the devise itself be the 
>> start point?
>> thanks herb
>>
>>
>
> Do try to get specs on the device.  I have a friend that was one with 
> NASA that may be able to point us in the proper direction if there is 
> enough NASA tech involved in it.
>
>

Cool Charles, I know I am in deep water over my head I have asked some 
questions waiting for replies, they real slow to respond
herb


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