Learn how to view and complete appointments in AccelaMOBILE.
Desktop: Code search
Learn how to use the Procedure and Diagnosis code search functionality built into AccelaMOBILE.
Desktop: Copy last
Capture charges with just two clicks using the Copy Last functionality and quickly complete your hospital charge capture for all of y
Desktop: Create new encounter
Create a new encounter for a patient on your rounding list in AccelaMOBILE and enhance the efficiency of your hospital charge capture.
Desktop: Create new patient
Learn how to create a new patient and add that patient to your rounding list.
Desktop: Managing the rounding list
Learn about the features on your Rounding List including: Discharge, Transfer, Location filtering, Actions (Discharge and Transfer multiple patients at once and the ability to Hide encounters).
Messages can be sent between AccelaMOBILE users. Learn how to send, view and reply to and delete messages.
Desktop: Patient and encounter history
Learn how to view a patient’s encounter history as well as all encounter history by provider or for a group of providers.
Desktop: Patient search
Learn how to use the Patient Search functionality built into AccelaMOBILE.
With AccelaMobile, I can count on prompt and accurate completion of billing and follow up notations as I do my hospital rounds.
Moses Kyobe, M.D.
I appreciate the fact that I can submit my charges electronically to my billing team. It certainly speeds up our billing process.
Jeffery Carlson, M.D.
I love AccelaMOBILE and can't see going back to anything else. It actually keeps me organized in the hospital while I use it as my rounding list. I bookmarked the site on a computer I use at the hospital so I can enter the charges immediately or later that day. The iPhone app is great and gives me the freedom to enter charges at home.
James Connelly, M.D.
I like AccelaMOBILE. It works well on the Xoom (an Android tablet) and on my desktop PC. The best part is the home list where I can quickly enter a charge. I also use the home screen to take notes about the patients when I get reports from the hospitalists.