Form and Function: The Form Builder

FormDr Form Builder

The Form Builder is a very important piece of what allows FormDr to satisfy the needs of any kind of medical office, practice of any specialty or business that seeks extra security. Let’s look at some of the characteristics that make us (and our customers) so excited about using Form Builder.

Drag-and-Drop Customizability – No Coding Required

Drag and drop the specific elements you need in your form – from text boxes, drop-down lists, dates, signature lines – it’s all ready for you to create forms that meet your needs. Anyone can learn to customize forms, absolutely no coding background needed.

Many users choose to create customized packets of forms, such as a new patient intake packet, that groups batches of needed information together for organization and convenience.

Style Forms to Match Your Brand

Further customize forms with the logo, colors, and style elements that make your brand recognizable. This allows FormDr to seamlessly mesh with your existing webpage and other brand assets. Once your custom forms are styled to your satisfaction, they can be embedded on your website or sent to patients via text message or email invitation. Embedding forms is easy – whether you use Wix, WordPress, Squarespace, Shopify, API or something else.

Secure and HIPAA Compliant

All forms – customized or not – are equipped with the required administrative, physical, and technical safeguards necessary for HIPAA compliance. All patient data is encrypted in transit and at rest and stored on secure, HIPAA compliant servers. A business associate agreement is provided for your use when you start a FormDr account.

Popular Form Options

Beyond the basic form elements, Form Builder allows you to add important tools that help you gather complete patient information and keep it all in one place. You can choose to add electronic signatures, card photo uploads for insurance information and identification, and to make certain fields required. Required fields is a popular feature to make sure that patients don’t skip providing critical information.