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Podiatry practise management systems

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by Footpath, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. Footpath

    Footpath Member


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    A singular Podiatrist looking to move onto an electronic practise management system, What are other nz practitioners using? I have looked into gensolve though it's seems expensive for one practitioner, cheaper versions clinko, medtech commonly used by doctors. any advice. Pros cons of your OMS would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. Mediclinic Software

    Mediclinic Software Active Member

    Hello Footpath,

    Have you looked also at Mediclinic Software? We can support you in NZ. We are currently setting up an office in NZ as we also offer Managed Office Solutions. Our solutions and PMS is affordable for one person at $25AUD per month
     
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