This week, we have a new tutorial showcasing one of ABELDent’s newer features.
Much like our previous video, our new tutorial shows you a new ABELDent CS/LS+ feature that allows you to send touch-free health history forms to patients. Not only does this easy feature help your practice save paper for hundreds of patients, but it also saves time. Once the patient finishes their health history form, they can submit the form which goes directly into their electronic patient chart. Your team does not need to manually insert patient information, which is a downside of using paper charts along with electronic health charts.
The importance of protected health information
When your patient receives the email you just sent, they are linked to a webpage that allows them to safely and securely insert their health history information on the form. The link that the patient receives is a one-time use link only, meaning it breaks after its first use. This ensures that your patient’s information is being delivered directly to their chart from the webpage efficiently and securely.
Additional benefits of online health history forms
Dental offices moving away from paper-based forms may have patients use tablets or similar devices in the waiting room. Online health history forms allow to patients to fill out the forms anywhere on their smartphone or Internet-enables device. This minimizes delays in the waiting room and eliminates the risk of having your devices dropped, broken, stolen, or tampered with. Additionally, online health history forms speed up the practice workflows by automatically entering the information in patient charts.
Here are the steps that are outlined in our video tutorial.
- Navigate to the patient’s clinical sidebar.
- Click the email icon to send an email under “health history” in the clinical sidebar.
- Edit or adjust the text if needed. When you’re ready to go, click “send”.
We hope you find our new tutorial helpful for learning these new features. We look forward to providing more tutorials and walkthroughs in the coming months.