Running the Application via Scheduler

The HIPAA Claim  Master can be automated through a scheduler. A scheduler is software that can be programmed to execute a certain task at a certain time repeatedly. Windows has such a scheduler built in.

The Windows scheduler can be used to let the HIPAA Claim  Master execute in regular intervals without user intervention. Usually one would let the HIPAA Claim Master scan a directory and then print, create image files or export the data and remove the files to prevent duplicate processing.


Use the command line with the appropriate options as described in Using Command Line Arguments (CLI).

Note: Please consult Windows help files for further information on setting up the scheduler.


1. If the task scheduler is installed on your system, you will find it in the "Control Panel". To open Scheduled Tasks, click Start arrow Control Panel arrow Scheduled Tasks.

Note: In different Windows versions, the way to access the Task Scheduler can differ. Consult your Windows version documentation.

The Windows Task Scheduler

2. Click on "Add Scheduled Task" and the "Scheduled Task Wizard" will guide you through the setup process.

3. In the first window, read the welcome message and click "Next."

The "Scheduled Task Wizard" window

4. Browse to the HIPAAClaimMaster.exe executable file.

The "Scheduled Task Wizard" window

By default, the application is located in C:\Program Files\HIPAAsuite\HIPAA Claim Master\HIPAAClaimMaster.exe

Selecting a program to schedule

Click "Next."

5. Type a name for this task. Choose a time interval:

One time only
When my computer starts
When I log on

Click "Next."

The "Scheduled Task Wizard" window

6. Enter the name and password of a user. The task will run as if it were started by that user. Click "Next."

The "Scheduled Task Wizard" window

7. In the last screen, make sure you have specified all data correctly. Click "Finish" to save your task.

The "Scheduled Task Wizard" window

8. The scheduled task has been added to the system. Now lets edit the new task and add the desired command line arguments with the appropriate options. Double-click the newly created task in the "Scheduled Tasks" window.

The Windows Task Scheduler

9. Enter parameters to the "Run" field after the application path and click "OK." Refer to Using Command Line Arguments (CLI) for more information.


Tip: Logs may be helpful when running the program automatically through the scheduler. See Accessing Daily File Log.

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