Quickly send HIPAA complaint forms online via email. Patients receive a secure link to your online forms. Then, they may complete your forms from any device, anywhere. Track your patient’s progress from the email invitations.
Get notified as your patients open the secure forms link, send automated reminders, and receive an email confirmation when a patient has submitted your HIPAA compliant forms online.
When sending forms out via email or text message, you will be able to track if the patient has received your email, opened your forms link, and even viewed their saved progress.
What’s more, you get a new submission notification sent to your email when a patient completes your form. Add additional users to your account to send new submission notifications to other team members.
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Asking your patients to email back completed forms increases risks of data interception from third parties.
The only way to completely secure your patients’ form submissions and health information is to have them complete your forms securely with the appropriate physical, technical, and administrative safeguards in order to be HIPAA compliant. FormDr service is HIPAA compliant.
When sending your forms to your patient via email, include the appointment date and time to send an automated reminder. An automated reminder ensures your patient completes your forms before their appointment and reduces the number of no shows to your practice.
Customize your email invitation to include a custom message alongside the automated appointment reminder.
FormDr gives your practice everything needed to easily send and receive HIPAA compliant forms online. We help practices who:
Authenticate your Google Calendar to receive appointment dates and times from your account.
Quickly export complete patient forms to a PDF file. Save completed forms as a PDF to quickly attach patient records.
Invite your team to your account and grant permissions to the exact features each user needs. Lock down assistant user accounts and give them read-only access, or give them full administrative controls.