Using our Affinity Patient Self-Service and Mobile Pre-Registration applications, patients can request and review appointments, enter demographic and insurance data, e-sign multiple forms at once with consent verification options, and submit payments.
Patients can also upload their photos for easy recognition and scan the information on their licenses, insurance cards and other forms. Optical character recognition (OCR) converts the data to text and saves it to the correct fields, saving patients considerable time. Patients can review documents, and documents are easily shared with to the patient’s electronic health record or other clinical documentation systems.
The Patient Self-Service and Mobile Pre-Registration applications integrate your organization’s branding, as well as your own advertising and hospital wayfinding. The applications work with any 3rd-party software solutions as well as peripherals such as card scanners, biometric scanners, touch screens and cameras.
We also have a Patient Portal within our EHR. This portal allows patients to securely view, complete, download and transmit their clinical information to themselves or another medical provider. Patients can opt to give others (e.g. family, physician) access to their information with control over how long this access should be available.
The Patient Portal links patient information (history, demographics, medications, etc.) to current issues, case management and Continuity of Care documents, referral information and patient education. Patients can review results and share questions and concerns with their providers through the portal.
The Patient Portal presents ample opportunities to communicate with patients and their other providers, share education, referrals and care recommendations. It allows patients to be fully informed and active in the care collaboration process.
The EHR Patient Portal also reinforces your organization’s brand and messaging with the ability to customize views with your logo and messaging to patients, whether promotional or related to the patient’s condition.