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Overview & History
The Mission of Mercy software, or MoM for short, is a web-based software solution created for the 2009 Connecticut Mission of Mercy clinic. The project’s goal is to streamline patient intake, digital x-ray, and check-out processes during the clinic’s operating hours.
In 2010 the software was re-engineered to better track patient flow throughout the clinic and to make check-out even faster. By moving several survey questions to the registration process and breaking up check-out to each treatment area, the CT Mission of Mercy was able to effectively process over 2,000 patients (112 chairs) during their two day 2010 clinic.
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