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Software to manage personal medical expenses?

by Glinda / January 7, 2005 11:53 AM PST

I am trying to find software to organize medical bills and records, track insurance coverage and payments, generate claims forms, etc. Does such a program exist?

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Re: software to manage personal medical expenses
by Glinda / January 8, 2005 10:03 AM PST

Thank you! I didn't even know about download.com so that in itself is helpful. While the Living-Family Journal program does more than I need, the search process via download.com led me to another program that I'm testing now: Medical Bills Plus, http://www.sparrow-tech.com/mbplus.htm.

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