A&L Products Questions & Answers
In this modern world where little
business is conducted directly any more, we still deal face to face with
our customers. Through our Head Office or through our Ontario wide network
of Dealers, we offer our customers province wide support as well. We treat
each purchase as a vote of confidence and trust in our products and company.
We will do everything in our power to not betray this confidence or trust.
That is our promise and pledge to all of our customers. Every system sold
is the back bone of our business and the ultimate goal we set for ourselves
as a company is to ensure that each results in a satisfied customer.
A&L Document Console
A&L Medical Billing Systems
October 1, 2010 Ministry of Health Fee Update
- Comprehensive Care Model and Family Health Group Physicians
Common Explanatory Codes
I2 – Service is globally funded
Common Rejection Codes
A2A – Outside Age Limit
Tip of the Month (November 2010) - Backup
Why is data backup important? Data is raw information
written to a computer. Data can be letters, documents,
pictures, reports, media, or patient information.
Essentially everything that is on your computer is some form
of data and it is normally stored in files and/or folders on
your computer. At anytime, a disaster can wipe out crucial
information on your computer permanently. This is why data
backup is so important. When computers are used for data
entry, data is first stored on computers, but after that,
the back up needs to be stored on a different device or
medium. Without proper backup you run the risk of permanent
data loss. Theft, fire, water damage, computer malfunctions,
viruses and other problems can cause all your hard work to
suddenly vanish.. Read More.