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PR-Clinic™    -   Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Office Management 

PR-CLINIC™ is a Physical Rehabilitation Practice Management software application supports clinical management and client billing for the modern physiotherapy office.  With  advanced features specifically designed to meet the needs of Alberta physiotherapists, PR-CLINIC™ seamlessly integrates your practice and your business operations. 

PR-CLINIC™is available as a multi-user application priced from $3500 per installation.  An annual maintenance agreement is available for 15% of the original purchase price.  Having an annual maintenance agreement in place ensures that your clinic benefits from periodic updates and major version releases, as well as ten support incidents (telephone or e-mail) per year.  

There are no extra charges for additional  workstations running the software, or optional extra cost modules.

In the Edmonton metropolitan area,  each installation includes one day consulting services for implementation and user orientation.  Outside of the Edmonton region we bill extra for out of pocket travel and accomodation expenses as required.

PR-CLINIC is developed in Microsoft Visual Studio and is supported on Microsoft operating systems including Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista.

Your data is stored in a Microsoft database manager, either JET 4.0 for a small implementation or  MS SQL Server  Express.   Typically this is sufficient for up to 10 concurrent users and up to a million records.

Larger implementations may be undertaken using MS SQL Server Workgroup or Standard Edition which have no practical limit on the number of users or amount of data..  

Patient Record Form

Easy data entry:

  • the patient personal,
  • employment and insurance information, and
  • injury diagnosis particulars.
  • The patient treatment table records the day to day clinic service to the patient including codes to allocate
    the treatment charges to:

  • the WCB,
  • Alberta Health Care,
  • cash payments or
  • other insurance.
  • Drop-down lists for fields allow fast entry of recurrent items:

  • City,
  • Doctor,
  • Body Area,
  • Injury Type, and
  • Insurance Company.
    Patient Record Form

    Trauma Diagnosis Catalogue

    The Trauma Diagnosis Catalogue is a listing of traumatic injury descriptions matched to an index system devised by the Alberta Worker's Compensation Board WCB.  For ease of use in the clinic, Best Substitute code (BS Code) may be included to give the physiotherapist a short hand method of recording his diagnosis. 

    The catalogue may be accessed from the menu bar DIAGNOSIS CAT or from the DIAGNOSIS CATALOGUE command button in the INJURY DIAGNOSIS frame.  It is similar to the other lists (DOCTOR, INJURY TYPE, etc.) except for the addition of two ways to sort the list and a PRINT button that will send a hard copy list to the printer.

    The INDEX SORT and BS SORT command buttons allow immediate re-sorting of the list.

    In use, instead of entering the Index number or BS code in the Injury Diagnosis Code box of the Patient form, the Diagnosis Catalogue can be called from the command button in the frame.  The appropriate injury diagnosis description is selected by Clicking on it with the mouse and then moving the mouse cursor to the description box and clicking there.

    As soon as the text is displayed in the description box the Diagnosis Catalogue form disappears and the WCB index code is displayed in the code box.

    Diagnostic Catalogue

    Clinic Reports

    • Clinic report
    • Monthly summary report
    • Annual summary report
    • CRP summary report
    • WCB Physical Therapy Invoice
    • Cash Billing Invoice
    • List of Patients report
    • List of Discharged Patients report
    • Outstanding Cash / Alberta Worker's Compensation Board ( WCB) Billings report

    System Integrity Features

    Reports are password protected to protect your business information.

    Patient archive and backup features provide a means of protecting the databases from system failures.