I wrote Medical Office Manager in response to some deficiencies that I had detected in Pacific Medsoft's Medical Practice Manager. MOM was not file-compatible with Practice Manager, but contained an import utility, and was targeted specifically at my customers that were not satisfied with the Practice Manager system.
MOM was written entirely in FoxPro 2.0, and contained the following features:
full patient account management using balance forward or open item billing.
contained the entire CPT library (common procedural terminology)
HCFA and Workers' Compensation forms for South Carolina and North Carolina.
electronic insurance filing.
vital sign records
radiology image storage
graphing and trend analysis
contained the entire ICD4 (library of disease classifications).
replaced SBT Accounts Receivable within the SBT Database Accounting Library providing a complete accounting solution for fixed assets, accounts payable, payroll and general ledger.
integrated timeclock with link to SBT Payroll
personal notepad and scheduler with pop-up reminders
simple word processing (The internal word processor was designed to do mail merge using the patient database as a source. However, the word processor menu pad could be configured to use an external word processor. At the time WordStar 6.0 was most often used since it could read dBASE files for mail merge.)
multiple users, multiple doctors, multiple examination rooms.
a beautiful user interface that used pull-down menus and a creative use of color to simulate a customizable GUI interface.