Biosoftworld Medical Scheduler Installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Some antivirus programs use a “funny” reputation-based system which produce false positive alarms confusing users. The reputation-based system uses "the wisdom of crowds” to compute a reputation score for an application, and in the process identify as malicious legitimate and clean software applications. For example Norton Antivirus indentifies clean files as infected from WS.Reputation.1 trojan but it is not actually finding a "trojan" or anything in the file. 

We strongly recommend that you remove such antivirus programs for your computers.

Alternatively if you encounter a WS.Reputation.1 alert when you attempt to download something from one of our servers, you can disable Norton Antivirus, and download the installer again to work around the problem.

You can also bypass Symantec reputation system.

Hardware:

The minimum system requirements for running Biosoftworld Medical Scheduler are:

· Pentium IV class CPU
· 1 GB RAM
· 1024x768 screen resolution
· 300 MB hard drive space

The recommended system requirements for running Biosoftworld Scheduler are:

· Intel Core 2 DUO CPU and above
· 2 GB RAM
· 1280+ screen resolution
· 1 GB hard drive space

Software:

The following software must be installed on your system:

· Windows XP SP3 - Vista - Windows 7
· 64 bit platforms supported. You should not change the installation directory from ... \Program Files (x86)\ ...
· Optional Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Excel 2007 and above.
· Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and above.

Installation types:

There are two installation types during setup for Biosoftworld Medical Scheduler, Full installation and Workstation installation.

1. Full installation : is for the main user or Server setup. Installs Interface (application code), main database and folders for images and documents.
2. Workstation installation : Is for client computers on your network (i.e.  secretary office). Installs Interface without Database. The user read all data and images from server.

Full Installation for one user:

1. Make sure the hardware and software requirements are fulfilled.
2. Uninstall any previous versions you may have installed on your computer.
3. Install Biosoftworld Scheduler by double clicking on the downloaded Setup........exe .and choose Full Installation .
4. In case of 64 bit platform you should not change the program installation directory from ... \Program Files (x86)\ ...

Network setup. Installation for multiple users:

If you have 2 or more computer in your medical office, and want multiple users can access and share information, then read the following information:

Read more: Biosoftworld Medical Scheduler Installation

Medical Office One Installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Some antivirus programs use a “funny” reputation-based system which produce false positive alarms confusing users. The reputation-based system uses "the wisdom of crowds” to compute a reputation score for an application, and in the process identify as malicious legitimate and clean software applications. For example Norton Antivirus indentifies clean files as infected from WS.Reputation.1 trojan but it is not actually finding a "trojan" or anything in the file. 

We strongly recommend that you remove such antivirus programs for your computers.

Alternatively if you encounter a WS.Reputation.1 alert when you attempt to download something from one of our servers, you can disable Norton Antivirus, and download the installer again to work around the problem.

You can also bypass Symantec reputation system.

Medical Office One - Requirements and installation


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Hardware

The minimum system requirements for running Medical Office One are:

Pentium IV class CPU
1 GB RAM
1024x768 screen resolution
300 MB hard drive space

The recommended system requirements for running Medical Office One are:

Intel Core 2 DUO CPU  and above
2 GB RAM
1280+ screen resolution
1 GB hard drive space

Software

The following software must be installed on your system to run Medical Office One:

Windows XP SP3 - Vista - 7 - 8 (32 bit and 64 bit).
In case of 64Bit architecture you must install the program in: C:\Program Files (x86)\MOfficeOne
Known issues: Under some operating system configurations clicking on "Charts" button can lead to application crash. However at next start Medical Office One auto-correct this OS bug.
   
Optional Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Excel.
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and above.

Networking

Networked versions require a TCP/IP network.
Networked versions require that each workstation have a Workstation installation of Medical Office One installed on it.
Networked versions require that only one Full installation of Medical Office One installed on the networked computers.
Configure SQL Server to allow remote connections.

Installation types

There are two types of installations available from installer:

1. Full installation: Is for the main user and Server setup. Installs Interface (application code), and Databases. Creates also server directories for images and other files related to patient.

2. Workstation installation: Is for client computers on your network (i.e.  Secretary Office)(If you have 2 or more computer in your medical office, and want multiple users can access and share information). Installs Interface without Database, SQL Server 2005 Express and directories for files and images. The user read all data and images from server.
Important: Only one Full  installation must exist on your network!

Installation for one user (Solo Provider):

  Make sure the hardware and software requirements are fulfilled and install Medical Office One by double clicking on the downloaded Setup........exe choosing Full Installation.

Network setup. Installation for multiple users (Applies only from version 4.3.5):

If you have 2 or more computer in your medical office, and want multiple users can access and share information, then read the following information:

Before anything else prepare and setup a working network!! Check all the connections. Consult an IT professional if needed.

Netwoking Vista and XP

Networking Windows 7

To set up Medical Office One in a network, you must ensure that one computer is prepared as the server (full installation) and the rest as clients (workstation installation). This means that the server computer will be the one storing all the information (created, modified and saved by users on other computers) in its database and special folders.The other client computers would not save any information on their own, but would access this information from the server. Deciding which computer will be the server and which others will be the clients is important. The following steps highlight this:

Using Microsoft Access Database Engine:

Note: The first time you run Medical Office One after a Workstation Installation, You may have to provide the path for data tables from "Update Data Links" button.

1. Decide which computer in your network is going to act as the server (a UPS protected PC with high performance be the server) and perform a full installation. The default installation path (4.3.5 and above, Vista, 7 & 8 ) for database and other data files like documents and images is: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Office One\. The database file name is: DataMDone.mdb. At the end of this chapter you can find the additional folder structure needed fro images and photos.

2. Perform a workstation installation on clients and the first time you run Medical Office One, you will be prompted to provide the network path for database DataMDone.mdb through windows explorer screens clicking on "Update Data Links" button and providing the network path on server. Assuming that you have install the database at the default installation directory the path will be like:

\\Your_Server_Name\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Office One\DataMDone.mdb.

In case of trouble you must check at each workstation the following: Assuming that you have install your database at the default installation directory on server, open in each workstation the registry. The registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\BiosoftWorldUSA\OfficeOne\DataInstallationFolder must contain this value: \\Your_Server_Name\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Office One\DataMDone.mdb


To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows XP Professional, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click the folder, and then click Sharing and Security.
  2. Click Share this folder in the network.
  3. Select a name for the shared folder.

To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows Vista, follow these steps:

Turn ON network discovery
Turn ON file and printer sharing
Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
Turn ON password protected sharing

1. Right-click any folder and click Share.
2. If you’re not password protecting your shares click Share in the File sharing window.
3. If you are password protecting your shares select the individual users you want to have access to this share from the drop down list next to the Add button.
4. Click Share.

To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows 7:

Go to Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Network and Sharing Center. Click on "Change advanced sharing settings". You don't want to use Homegroup unless you have all Windows 7 machines. If you do and you want to use Homegroup, see Windows 7's Help & Support. Otherwise, in the Advanced Sharing:

Turn ON network discovery
Turn ON file and printer sharing
Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
Turn ON password protected sharing

1. Right-click the Medical Office One folder, and then click Share with.
2. Click Specific people ( to share on a workgroup or domain).
3. Select an account.

Using SQL Server Database Engine:

Before configuring SQL Server setup Microsoft Access Database Engine from every workstation BECAUSE IN DATA INSTALLATION FOLDER AT SERVER SIDE will be stored images photos etc....

Start the application and click on "I want to install SQL Server"* or "I have a working installation....."

* Install from configuration screen the SQL Server Express 2005 (Creates also the appropriate instance) .. or download and install SQL Server Express 2008-12 and attach database from Database Subfolder (in program installation directory ...\Program Files\MOfficeOne\Database)

A. Prepare SQL Server

Configure SQL Server to allow remote connections!

B. Prepare Workstations.

1. Perform a workstation installation in each client workstation. Important: only one Full installation must exist on your network!

2. Check your Network Connections and provide user name and password if you asked for:

 

1 ..Click on.. xpNet 2 ..and then on.. xpNet2 3 ..click on your Server (SQL Server Installation Side).. xpNet3 4..and finally check the drive at full Installation Side.... xpNet4if accessible!

 

Details on How to connect to the appropriate instance of the SQL Server Database:

1. When you start the application for the first time from each workstation, you are required to Connect with SQL Server.

Automatically or after pressing "Create SQL Server Links", the Advance SQL Login dialog screen opens. The format of Medical Office One instance is: {Computer name on server installation side}\OFFICEONE. You can use the "Local PC Name" in case of a full installation configuration.

Type in Server Name:  "Local PC name"\OFFICEONE  or select a value from the Available SQL Servers panel or accept the default in the Server Name text box. Select the authentication method (windows authentication is recommended) that you prefer and then click the Connect button. Administrators will be able to use the Create DSN button and Attach buttons.

2. On Clients (workstation installation).

2a. Configure SQL Server to allow remote connections

2b. Open the Advance SQL Login dialog screen below and then type in Server Name: Computer name on server installation side\OFFICEONE from the Available SQL Servers panel. This value is the same with  previous step. Depending on your network configuration select authentication type and then click the Connect button. For SQL Server authentication the default password is "nestor". You must change it immediately after installation providing a strong one. Administrators will be able to use the Create DSN button.

Note: You must logon with administrator privileges in order to have access to this screen

Windows Vista, 7, 8 compatibility

Medical Office One package is tested and run on Windows Vista and Windows 7 - 8 (32 bit and 64 bit).

Activation special note!

This Software require activation and will only operate for a finite period of time prior to Software activation by you. During activation, you will provide your unique Serial key accompanying the Software purchase receipt. If you do not complete the activation within the finite period of time, the Software will cease to function as professional edition until activation is complete, which will restore professional edition functionality.

File structure.

In Medical Office One installation folder (\Program Files\MOfficeOne\) and data installation folder (\\Your_Server_Name\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Office One\), you will  find:

A folder called “Databases”. This directory contains the SQL Server Files DataMD_log.LDF and DataMD.MDF (\Program Files\MOfficeOne\)

A folder called “EBillFiles”. This directory contains the generated text files for electronic claims(on main-host computer only)
A folder called “Photos” (on main-host computer only). In this directory you should scan and transfer photos for persons (patient-providers) and a logo for your facility. Refer to Images section for further details.This folder is divided in two sub folders: 1. SQL and 2. Access (depending on the type of database engine in use!)
A folder called “ImageFiles” (on main-host computer only). In this directory you should scan and transfer patient medical images only. Refer to Images section for further details.This folder is divided in two sub folders: 1. SQL and 2. Access correspond with the type of database engine in use!
A folder called “ExcelFiles”, which contains the Microsoft Excel files created from statistic modules.(\Program Files\MOfficeOne\)
A folder called “PatientFiles” (on main-host computer only). Every time you insert a patient a folder for this patient created in this subdirectory. The folder take its name from Patient ID. Files and Documents related to patient are saved here.This folder is divided in two sub folders: 1. SQL and 2. Access correspond with the type of database engine in use!
A folder called “Start application”, which contains various application shortcuts in order to recreate desktop shortcuts. See Security section for further details.
A document called “Readme”. This document hold the default program passwords for all default user accounts that come with Medical Office One. Once you are using the program, you may change those passwords from Control Panel by logging in as administrator. SeeSecurity section for further details.

To Uninstall Medical Office One

1. Click the uninstall icon found in the Start menu, in Programs / Medical Office One.

or alternatively:

2. Click the [Start] button.
3. Select Settings > Control Panel.
4. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
5. Click Install/Uninstall.
6. Then select Medical Office One from the list of programs that can be automatically removed.
7. Click the [Remove...] button to uninstall Medical Office One.

To uninstall Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SQL Server Express).

To Uninstall SQL Server Express

1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

2. Open Add or Remove Programs.

3.Select Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and then click Remove.

4. The Component Selection page appears. By default, the Remove SQL Server 2005 instance components check box is selected. Select the instance that you want to remove.

5. To remove the Workstation components, select the Workstation Components check box.

6. The Confirmation page appears, listing the components that will be removed. Click Finish to complete the process of uninstalling SQL Server Express. You will see the System Configuration Check and Setup Progress pages as the uninstall process is completed.

7. To remove SQL Native Client, click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.

8. Select Microsoft SQL Native Client, and then click Remove.

9. You will see a dialog box confirming whether you want to remove SQL Native Client. Click Yes. SQL Native Client is removed from the list of Add or Remove Programs.

Medical Database Seven Installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Some antivirus programs use a “funny” reputation-based system which produce false positive alarms confusing users. The reputation-based system uses "the wisdom of crowds” to compute a reputation score for an application, and in the process identify as malicious legitimate and clean software applications. For example Norton Antivirus indentifies clean files as infected from WS.Reputation.1 trojan but it is not actually finding a "trojan" or anything in the file. 

We strongly recommend that you remove such antivirus programs for your computers.

Alternatively if you encounter a WS.Reputation.1 alert when you attempt to download something from one of our servers, you can disable Norton Antivirus, and download the installer again to work around the problem.

You can also bypass Symantec reputation system.

Medical Database Seven - Requirements and installation

 

Hardware

The minimum system requirements for running Medical Database Seven are:

  Pentium IV class CPU
  512 MB RAM
  1024x768 screen resolution
  150 MB hard drive space

The recommended system requirements for running Medical Database Seven are:

  Intel Core 2 DUO CPU and above
  1 GB RAM
  1280x800 screen resolution and above
  1 GB hard drive space

Software

The following software must be installed on your system to run Medical Database Seven:

  Windows XP Service Pack 2, Vista, Windows 7 - 8 (32bit - 64bit).
In case of 64Bit architecture you must install the program in: C:\Program Files (x86)\MDbaseSeven

Networking

  Networked versions require a TCP/IP network.
  Networked versions require that each workstation have a Workstation installation of Medical Database Seven installed on it.
  Networked versions require that only one Full installation of Medical Database Seven installed on the networked computers.

Installation types

There are two installation types during setup for Medical Database “Seven”, Full installation and Workstation installation .

Full installation is for the main user and install among other files the data file DataMD.mdb .

Workstation installation is for client computers ( If you have 2 or more computer in your medical office, and want multiple users can access and share information ) and does not contains the DataMD.mdb . You must Relink for each workstation the data tables from DataMD.mdb

Full Installation for one user:

1. Make sure the hardware and software requirements are fulfilled.
2. Uninstall any previous versions you may have installed on your computer.
3. Install Medical Database Seven by double clicking on the downloaded Setup........exe .and choose Full Installation .

 

installation

   

Network setup. Installation for multiple users (version 4.9.0 and above):

Before anything else prepare and setup a working network!! Check all the connections. Consult an IT professional if needed.

If you have 2 or more computer in your medical office, and want multiple users can access and share information, then read the following information:

To setup Medical Database Seven in a network, you must ensure that at least one computer is prepared as the server (only full installation) and the rest as clients (workstation installation or full installation)). This means that the server computer will be the one storing all the information (created, modified and saved by users on other computers like secretaries) in its database. The other client computers would not save any information on their own, but would access this information from the server. The following steps highlight this:

1. Decide which computer in your network is going to act as the server (a UPS protected PC with high performance be the server) and perform a full installation. The default installation path (Vista & 7) for database and other data files like documents and images is: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Database Seven\. The database file name is: DataMD.mdb.

2. Perform a workstation installation on clients and the first time you run Medical Database Seven, you will be prompted to provide the network path for database DataMD.mdb through windows explorer screens clicking on "Update Data Links" button and providing the network path on server. Assuming that you have install the database at the default installation directory the path will be like:

\\Your_Server_Name\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Database Seven\DataMD.mdb.

In case of trouble you must check at each workstation the following: Assuming that you have install your database at the default installation directory on server, open in each workstation the registry. The registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\BiosoftWorld\Seven\DataInstallationFolder must contain this value: \\Your_Server_Name\Users\Public\Documents\Medical Database Seven\DataMD.mdb


client_server


 

To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows XP Professional, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click the folder, and then click Sharing and Security.
  2. Click Share this folder in the network.
  3. Select a name for the shared folder.


To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows Vista, follow these steps:

Turn ON network discovery
Turn ON file and printer sharing
Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
Turn ON password protected sharing

1. Right-click any folder and click Share.
2. If you’re not password protecting your shares click Share in the File sharing window.
3. If you are password protecting your shares select the individual users you want to have access to this share from the drop down list next to the Add button.
4. Click Share.

To turn Folder Sharing on or off in Windows 7:

Go to Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Network and Sharing Center. Click on "Change advanced sharing settings". You don't want to use Homegroup unless you have all Windows 7 machines. If you do and you want to use Homegroup, see Windows 7's Help & Support. Otherwise, in the Advanced Sharing:

Turn ON network discovery
Turn ON file and printer sharing
Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
Turn ON password protected sharing

1. Right-click the Medical Database Seven folder, and then click Share with.
2. Click Specific people ( to share on a workgroup or domain).
3. Select an account.

Windows compatibility

Medical Database "Seven" package is tested and run on Windows XP, Vista,  7,  8.