Over the last ten months, we’ve been hard at work rebuilding Universal Office HCAI and OHIP services.
While the main focus of our 2022 release was HCAI and OHIP, we’ve managed to deliver on many additional features and improvements including a new TX Text Editor, Online Booking improvements, and TELUS Health eClaims and WSIB eServices compliance updates.
The new HCAI and OHIP modules offer a modern interface, faster performance, and most of all, an improved user experience.
All of your electronic claim submissions are found in one central hub – Electronic Data Transfer (EDT) module. This module now includes HCAI Tracking Manager, OHIP MCEDT, and TELUS Health eClaims and WSIB eServices.
We are happy to report that the initial glitch experienced with the text editor in version 5.0.0 is now resolved.
In the beginning of June, Google implemented stricter policies for personal gmail accounts by removing third party application access – this means that those of you who were using an @gmail.com email address for eBroadcasts and email notifications can no longer do so. This is not an issue however for practices that have their own domain and associated emails, such as email@example.com. For this and other reasons why it would be worthwhile to consider getting your own domain check out our Professional Email Options For Your Practice article.
If you are still not ready to pull the trigger and create your own domain in order to avoid experiencing any service delays we have introduced an add-on service. To learn more, check out the Introducing Premium Email Service in Universal Office blog post.
Let us know what you think about the new Electronic Data Transfer (EDT) module in the comments below.