May 26, 2014 — The students, faculty and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic were recently treated to a special demonstration and discussion of the ChiroSpring practice management software at the college’s SPIZZ night event. The future DCs participating in the event had the opportunity to examine the software’s innovative features, intuitive design and outstanding flexibility, seeing first-hand how the tool can help successfully automate their practice for years to come.
“ChiroSpring and Palmer College have a unique and special relationship,” ChiroSpring CEO Brian Albery said. “Our Principle Chiropractic Advisor is a Palmer graduate. Our software was designed in-part by Palmer graduates. We share the same hometown as Palmer College. It’s not an understatement to say that ChiroSpring wouldn’t exist without the support of the Palmer College community. We recognize these contributions, and we work very hard to give back to that community, strengthening the bond between our organizations.”
Participants experienced ChiroSpring’s easy-to-use and modern design, demonstrating the full range of functionality needed to manage a chiropractic clinic, including scheduling, billing, claim reconciliation, cash register, SOAP note storage, front desk administration and patient flow management.
Those in attendance particularly responded to the multi-platform design, allowing the software to be used on a Macintosh or Windows PC, as well as various tablet devices. The touch-based software offers users the ability to work with whichever hardware platform they prefer.
“The chiropractors of the future deserve the same flexibility in choosing practice management technology that they’d get if they were buying software for their home,” Albery said. “Just because you’re in a clinic environment doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to use the devices you prefer. ChiroSpring doesn’t force doctors to settle. We give doctors the options they need to ensure they are comfortable and confident in their office automation.”
In addition to the presentation at SPIZZ night, Palmer College students will find more information about ChiroSpring and its Palmer College connection in the cover story of the college’s upcoming Insights magazine.