Here a look into the latest feature updates we’ve launched.
Introducing Your Files Inbox
The new Files Inbox feature allows your clinic to connect to other file sharing applications, or email-in files to make your clinic’s life easier by providing a quick and easy way to send attachments to your account. Essentially, your documents will now be accessible to the entire office. Catch up on the details over here.
Better Vitals Tracking
Now you can integrate fitness apps to Atlas.md to track vitals, or enter them manually to stay on top of your patients’ health. Read more about this update here.
Expanded Appointment Reminder Options
You can send appointment reminders using any of the patient’s preferred methods of contact, which now includes Twitter DMs. To review the full list of scheduling and appointment reminder options, read this.
But wait, there’s more! Now when you set an appointment, you can kill two birds with one stone by scheduling follow ups or reminders right then and there. That’s right – you can choose when the appointment notification goes out. Find out how over here.
We’ve added some helpful macros to use throughout the application. Some of the newest include:
- #SH: Social History
- #HH: Health History
- #CCH: Chronic Conditions History
- #Vitals: integrates with vitals tracking feature above and inserts the latest reading taken.
Custom Lab Attachments
You already know that if you use Quest for your lab processing, results are automatically uploaded to your patient’s chart. If you use another lab provider, however, now you can upload the results you get from them, and still tag it as a lab result so it’s just as searchable as Quest information. Read more about it over here.
Customize Your Welcome Email
When a new patient enrolls with your clinic, Atlas.md will automatically send them an email welcoming them. It’s a really nice message, but you can customize it even further if you’d like. Click over here to find out how.
Double Check Yourself
Atlas.md is all about double checking work. That’s why when the application notices a prescription being ordered in the name of someone other than the patient’s listed primary physician, an extra layer of verification is required. Read more about the security checkbox here.
Now when you update your password, you’ll automatically be logged out of Atlas.md on all other devices you were using, preventing anyone else from gaining access to your sensitive patient information. In addition, Atlas.md requires verification before your password can be reset, which helps prove a human is attempting the reset.