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Medical Manager.

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Menu-driven office management program for microcomputers. CP/M-80 and 86; MP/M-80 and 86; and PC DOS. 64 K RAM and 2MB (minimum) storage is required, along with a 24 X 80 CRT and 132-column printer. Written in CB-80; uses a modified B-Tree ISAM handler. Available from Systems Plus Inc., 1120 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303: . $3500 (single version); $4,000 (multiuser version).


Ann Intern Med. 1984;101(4):575-576. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-101-4-575_2
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The Medical Manager is a sophisticated office management program for microcomputers, compatible with various machines, including all CP/M and MS/DOS systems. The system can operate on one to nine office stations (even in different towns), and with up to five printers.

The program simplifies data entry, such as patient name and address, by the use of full screen editing. A whole page of data may be entered, checked, and altered before any of it is permanently recorded. The cursor is moved by pressing arrow keys, until it is over the item to be changed, and then the correction is typed

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