Still scanning your patient’s driver’s license or insurance card? Simplify your new patient intake by allowing your patient to take a picture of their insurance and ID cards.
New patients will automatically upload a photo of their information, so you can verify it before the appointment. Save time by collecting information via card photo uploads online and having patients submit your forms directly to you.
Patients simply use their phone, tablet, or computer to take a photo of their insurance or ID information.
Asking for the Insurance and ID information before the appointment gives the patient time to locate all of their cards that are required. FormDr customers save an average of 21 minutes per new patient when asking for forms to be completed online before the appointment versus their previous intake method of asking patients to fill out papers forms in-office.
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Ask your patient for a driver’s license with their signature. Confirm that the correct person has signed your forms by comparing the signature on the forms with the signature on the driver’s license.
Add an extra level of security and compliance by verifying your patient’s signature.
Asking for card photo uploads saves both you and the patient time during the appointment by not having to scan the card, save it as a PDF or image, and finally attach it to the patient’s record.
Start saving time by asking your patient for Insurance and ID information directly on your new patient form. Collecting this information before the appointment gives you time to verify the information is valid before uploading to the patient’s chart.
FormDr gives your practice everything needed to easily send and receive HIPAA compliant online forms. We help practices who:
Have your patient take a picture of their insurance and ID cards. New patients will automatically upload a photo of their card information, so you can verify it before the appointment.
When you receive a patient form submission, automatically send the submission directly to your Google Drive folder.
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.