|Thursday, November 20, 2003||Contact: Bob Curran Jr. (212) 521-5326|
|TJCIS Announces Availability of Vet Management Software|
The Jockey Club Information Systems, Inc. (TJCIS) has introduced Veterinary ManagementTM Software, a comprehensive management program that organizes all health and billing records of horses for an equine veterinary practice.
According to TJCIS vice president and director of operations Gary Falter, the stand-alone PC-based service maximizes efficiencies in the daily operation of equine veterinary practices.
“The TJCIS Veterinary Management Software simplifies and streamlines all record-keeping, so that veterinarians and their staff personnel can devote more time and attention to the care and treatment of their patients,” he said. “The software is modeled after our Horse Farm Management software which, for years, has helped farms worldwide manage their billing and horse health records.
“And just as farms are utilizing our new HealthBook to record procedures in the field using a Tablet PC and stylus pen, a customized version of the HealthBook designed specifically for veterinarians allows treatments and procedures to easily be recorded in the field and later uploaded to the Veterinary Management Software.”
The software allows veterinary practices to:
Maintain health and billing records in one convenient location
Access horse health and treatment history at the click of the mouse
Calculate treatment costs and allocate charges to the appropriate owner(s) for billing and accounts receivable
Generate complete billing statements quickly and easily
Upload field procedures from the HFM HealthBookTM to the Veterinary Management Software
Additional information about the TJCIS Veterinary ManagementTM Software is available by calling TJCIS at (800) 333-1778 or (859) 224-2800; or by sending e-mail to email@example.com.
The Jockey Club Information Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Jockey Club, is an industry leader in the areas of technology and information services for industry professionals, including owners, breeders, trainers, veterinarians and farm personnel. TJCIS utilizes state-of-the-art technology to enhance the services it provides through equineline.com as well as its cataloguing and software sales and consulting divisions.