SolAce integrates with an existing office system to provide direct electronic claim submission to the payer, with a built-in claims processing engine designed to simulate the payer systems and allow adjudication issues to be resolved before transmitting. It is designed to provide snap-in HIPAA transaction compliance, and supports numerous provider specialties and direct payer links as well as clearinghouse submissions. It is also an excellent claims entry program for firms wishing to bill electronically without a fully-fledged practice management system.
Random Access Backup (RAB) is a simple backup system featuring backups to removable media, like DVD RAM, MO media, and CD. Files to be backed up are first written to a removable medium. When enough files have accumulated, RAB writes a checkpoint of the current backup state to CD. The primary part of RAB is a library which may be used to create customized backup applications for your special needs.
Fluxspace seeks to add advanced desktop functionality to pure window managers, like Fluxbox. The approach is to leverage existing tools, like Rox Filer and Idesk, with a flexible and modular Python API. Existing modules support desktop icons, panels, dockapp startup and swapping, and wallpaper management. Current features allow each workspace to have its own unique panel, icons, wallpaper, and running applets. Creating new Python modules is easy.
MRTNK is a set of scripts that generate RRD databases, update these databases with SNMP data or external scripts, create graphics with rrdtool (a set of pre-designed graphics is available), and create HTML pages with the graphics. All of this is done through an easy-to-setup config file. As the graphics contain all the relevant information, HTML pages need to be created only once.