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TherapyNotes™ 4.47: Larger File Size Limits and Other Improvements
By TherapyNotes, LLC on May 1, 2019
In TherapyNotes™ 4.47, we've released several improvements throughout the software as we continue work on larger initiatives. Here are some key improvements included in this release:
We've increased the size limit on files from 10MB to 15MB, allowing you to upload larger files to your practice's Library, a client's chart, or elsewhere in TherapyNotes™.
Add-on codes are now sorted after the primary service code on CMS-1500 forms. While this does not affect how claims are processed, it is more clear which codes are primary service codes and which are add-on codes.
The table of reports on the Eligibility Verification History page can now be sorted by any column, making it easier to find the reports that you're looking for.
The interface to manage medications on Psychiatry notes has been improved to make it easier to add new medications and organize existing medications. The blue background has been removed from this section of the note to improve visibility, and sort arrows have been added to make it possible to re-organize the medication list for a client.
When viewing a PDF in TherapyNotes, the height of the PDF preview now dynamically adjusts to the height of your browser, allowing you to view more of the document at once.
When a client is requesting an appointment on TherapyPortal™, the list of clinicians available to schedule an appointment with is now sorted alphabetically so that clients can easily find the clinician they're looking for.
Additionally, we've discovered a bug in TherapyNotes which has caused customers to be overcharged for claims and ERAs with their last subscription renewal. As a part of this 4.47 update, we have updated our renewal system to pause charging for claims and ERAs until we can implement a permanent fix. Visit our status page for more information and updates.
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