As we zero in on the first release of our TELUS eClaims module, we’re looking to pilot the very first release during the third week of September – and we need Universal Office users to help us test it out!
Over the next several weeks, we will undergo the final test phases with the TELUS support conformance team. What will follow after this test phase are four to six weeks of ironing out any remaining issues and running the system live in a production environment.
Are you interested in participating in the pilot?
In the first two weeks of September, we will select five (5) pilot facilities. These facilities will use the new TELUS eClaims module to submit extended health claims electronically – right from Universal Office.
Do you qualify?
To qualify as a pilot user, your facility must comply with the following guidelines:
- You must have an active Universal Office license.
- You submit ten (10) or more claims via TELUS eClaims Online Portal per day.
- Your server computer meets the Universal Office minimum system requirements.
- You remain calm when technical challenges arise.
The reason for the strict limit on the number of pilot users is that we want to make sure we are able to respond to all requests promptly and resolve any issues in the shortest possible timeframes.
To participate in the pilot of Universal Office’s TELUS eClaims module, complete and submit your application for review. Apply by visiting https://www.antibex.com/apply-for-pilot/ and complete your application, or email email@example.com with your request to participate. And don’t forget that as a pilot user, your feedback is our number one priority – so keep us informed!
Please note that we will contact only those who qualify. We thank everyone for your interest and understanding.
The development has taken longer than we initially anticipated in our initial integration update. However, now Universal Office users will see this feature in their practice management system sooner rather than later. We are working hard to make the TELUS eClaims module available as soon as possible, and our target date is the first week of November 2016.
Please keep checking our blog for the next update on our development efforts.