Create administrative accounts by department, location, or clinic. Filter and segment your organization by setting up additional administrative users, give each the specific permissions needed to operate their department or region of clinics.
Administrators can access other accounts, login and view patient submissions from a different location or department. Streamline the way your organization collects and manages patient forms by setting up an administrator for each clinic or department.
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All of your forms, patient records, and administrative accounts can be shared between administrators. Using a single administrative login, access all accounts or just the ones to which you grant permission. Share the same form between all of your accounts and use a unique URL for each location to ensure submissions populate into the appropriate account.
Track login attempts, the IP address, device, and location of all users that are accessing your accounts. Monitor your administrative account history by location or department. View unsuccessful login attempts, password resets, and when two-factor authentication is enabled on your account. Filter by administrator, track the last login, and see who has exported, viewed, or modified a patient’s submission.
FormDr gives your practice everything needed to easily send and receive HIPAA compliant online forms. We help practices who:
Send an email invitation to your patients to complete your forms. Give patients the freedom to sign, complete, and submit forms with any device, anywhere.
Emailing new patient intake forms risks the interception of PHI. FormDr is HIPAA compliant, all patient data is encrypted in transit and rest. A Business Associate Agreement is included with your account.
Give patients the option to sign and complete forms online with an iPad or tablet. Online forms work on all tablets and iPads.
Always get the information you need with required fields. Patients can only submit when they complete all of your required fields. Never receive an incomplete medical form again.