Still using paper?
Are your patients arriving for their appointments without having done their paperwork? What if they're late?
How many hours do you spend on manual data entry each day? What about scanning & shredding paper forms?
Ever had to reprint intake forms because of a typo, or a wording change in your policy?
Ever been unable to read a patient's handwriting? Or had to follow-up with them because they missed answering an important question?
What about your waiting room?
Is there always someone to greet your patients as they arrive? What if they're dealing with another patient, or on the phone?
What if you don't actually have anyone in reception? How do you make your patients feel welcome then?
Already "solved" these with something that only sort-of works?
Does it sync everything you care about to the patient record? Including custom patient fields? Or is manual data-entry still required?
Did you invest resources into developing a strong, distinctive brand identity, only to be let down by one-size-fits-all form design? Like someone taped a piece of paper to a screen and called it a day?
Is your Check-in system just a web page? Where an accidental pull down from a patient refreshes the whole thing and they have to start again?
What if there was a better way?
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