DOCSS

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Information System Info
Information System: DOCSS
Path/URL: http://docss.net
Main Contact:
WRHA / U of M Network:
Access Form: No


Used for physician billing.

Interro-01.gif Who is our main contact for this? This might need to be someone within our department who is allowed to have accounts added etc. Please put into template call above.

DOCSS is a system used for Physician Billing.

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  • Actually, the web site makes it look like it is really an on call scheduling system... do we use it as that? If so we should add it to Category:On-call and link it in from the relevant pages there.

The physician secretaries need to call in to it to report details.

DOCSS is assigned to secretaries who are responsible for physician billing. DOCSS is directly related to the On-call schedule. If changes are made to the call schedule then the secretaries sign into their account and make the change for billing purposes.

Log-in codes via the telephone are provided to the secretaries who have access to the physician's billing.

  • Changes to DOCSS must be made the day of the change or reconciled at the end of the month.

Getting a new physician onto DOCSS

Interro-01.gif There is some info in Program_Secretary_II_-_Rheumatology#Rheumatology_Call_Schedule_.28DOCSS.29. I have not moved it here yet because I don't understand how DOCSS fits into our department, but wanted to leave link.

Getting access to DOCSS

Contact DOCCS Administrator by email at admin@docss.net

Interro-01.gif Who would do this? Surely if I sent an email there to give Tom an account, that would not fly, right? I hope it would not. So, what is the process? User:Ttenbergen 12:51, 23 February 2019 (CST)

Removing access to DOCSS

Interro-01.gif Process for removing access?

Roles using this file share

(automatically populated from Role's pages, edit there to change)

Processes

(automatically populated from call to Template:InfoSystem, edit whole page to change)

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