San Diego, CA – Sep 20, 2010 – ChiroTouch™, the leader in chiropractic software, recently partnered with Dr. Brad Atkinson, who has become the latest ChiroTouch Affiliate in Australia.
“Our expansion in Australia has been a year in the making,” said Robert Moberg, President of ChiroTouch. “The addition of Dr. Atkinson, a well-respected chiropractor and active member of the Chiropractors' Association of Australia, represents a major step forward in our efforts to create a locally-supported environment in Melbourne where doctors and staff can receive tier-one support and service.”
“I’ve owned and run Knox Family Chiropractic for over 2 years, am also involved with RMIT university as a clinician,” commented Dr. Atkinson. “And I’ve seen a multitude of clinics with various software systems being utilized. I have found that since incorporating ChiroTouch in to my office, it has allowed greater effectiveness with patient records and more efficiency with processes around the office. So many practice management systems are hard to navigate, costly to run, and lacking with support. ChiroTouch is the exception, and that’s why I wanted to be a part of its growth in the Australian chiropractic community.”
The ChiroTouch Total Practice Management Software system was designed from the ground up to maximize efficiencies for virtually every process, including patient self check-in, scheduling, SOAP notes, billing, interoffice communication and more. ChiroTouch has developed its system to drastically reduce the time it takes to perform tasks that chiropractors are already doing. That gives chiropractors more time to see more patients—resulting in increased referrals, improved efficiencies, and a direct, measurable impact on practice profitability.
"We've been very pleased with the response we've received by the chiropractic community in Melbourne," added Robert. "We see a great opportunity to share our approach to helping doctors and staff in Australia improve patient care, reduce costs while improving profitability, and improving their own quality of life."