With submission audit logs, you can see when a form was sent to the patient, the time that it was submitted back to you, and a detailed record of who submitted your forms. Each submission has a precise history that can always be referenced. Audit logs cannot be changed and the history cannot be updated.
HIPAA compliant form submissions must keep detailed logs of who accesses and views your patients’ data. Each submission contains an audit trail, providing you with insight and an overview of who has viewed, edited, and downloaded your patients’ forms. Invite assistant users to your account to keep a detailed log of your staff’s access to each patient submission.
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Keep track of all events that take place in a submission’s history—from who sent the forms, to the patient that signed them. Your submission audit log tracks the patient’s IP address, location, and device used to complete your forms. Create consent forms that are enforceable, while still being HIPAA compliant.
Add an audit trail page to completed form submissions. This non-editable audit trail ensures that every action on your submission is tracked and time-stamped, providing defensible proof of access, review, and signature. Security and privacy of patient data is our number one priority.
FormDr gives your practice everything needed to easily send and receive HIPAA compliant online forms. We help practices who:
Export multiple patient forms into a Microsoft Excel compatible CSV file. Take control of your patient data with a bulk export, and import your complete patient forms into a database, excel spreadsheet, or EHR.
Schedule automatic reminders to your patients to complete your forms before their appointment. Get more completed forms online before the scheduled appointment.
Keep a detailed record of your account and export your history as a CSV Excel file or Google Sheet. Quickly export every event from your account; or, select a date range or user’s history to export.
Combine multiple pages into an online form packet. Have your patients fill out their medical history, consent to treat, and demographics all in one new patient intake form packet.