Computing Centre

Highlight at the 2nd Congress of Rhenish nursing in Dusseldorf, Krefeld August 18, 2010: care services and all those who work in outpatient nursing should not miss the 2nd lower Rhine care Congress in Krefeld, Germany. The event will take place from 16 to 17 September in the Seidenweberhaus in Krefeld, Germany. An absolute highlight at the Congress is the presentation of the free software for nursing services, developed by the German medical Computing Centre (DMRZ) for out-patient care services. The Internet-based DMRZ care software has already at the industry fair Altenpflege 2010 “get a prize of innovation award jury and represents an investment opportunity for nursing services professionally to plan all maintenance services and to deal with the insurance companies electronically. Free software without installing the DMRZ care software is a so-called cloud application that is installed on a local computer, but runs on the servers of the DMRZ on the Internet. You need only one who would like to use the software, Computer with Internet connection and a Web browser.

The operation works intuitively. After the free registration on the website simply a request print, send to DMRZ and get started. Use the maintenance software is free of charge. Costs only for the billing of for care services compared to the cost objects. These are very small with only 0.5% of the gross invoice amount. There is no contract periods, a minimum fee, licenses, or other hidden costs in the DMRZ. The DMRZ maintenance software can be used also on any number of computers, without additional cost to the cause.

Thus the free maintenance software is also ideal for nursing schools, which need a software for the training of the next generation. Instead of paying lots of money for expensive licenses, nursing schools can use in future the maintenance software of DMRZ. Brand new: via iPhone for the first time to see service entry, the mobile DMRZ application for the iPhone from Apple is at the 2nd Congress of Rhenish care.

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