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January 11, 2017

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Feature Review: Updating Your Account Password.

If you’re using the Atlas.md EMR, you already know you’ll get email reminders to update your password every now and then. You can click the link right in that email to hop straight over. Should you need to update your password any other time, for any other reason, there are a couple ways to go about […]

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December 5, 2016

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Feature Review: Making Your Calendar Work for You

This time of year is crazy, don’t you agree? The holidays bring with it random, inconsistent office hours, winter vacations to schedule around, and patients who need to be seen at all times of the day… and night! There’s no better time than now to make sure you’re getting the most out of your calendar. […]

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October 12, 2016

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Feature Review: Two-Step Authentication

Security is more important than ever, right? Atlas takes it incredibly seriously, and you should know your options for keeping your account protected. For example, two-step authentication is a great way to go that extra mile. This video talks about why two-step authentication is a good option for increased security, and how to enable it in your […]

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February 14, 2019

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What’s New in Atlas? Mentions and More!

Communication is the backbone of your business, and we’re always developing ways to help make communication between patients and colleagues even easier. With a smooth and quick mentions feature, you can now get answers or feedback even faster than before. Mention Your Colleagues in Notes Atlas is helping you get a little more organized. Instead […]

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November 8, 2018

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What’s New in Atlas? Improvements to Enrollment, Exports and More

We’re happy to announce a whole raft of new features and improvements we’ve released this fall. Enrollment Improvements Patient Quick Add for Companies We’ve added the ability for you to use the short form to quickly onboard patients that are part of a company payment plan. So when you land that new big corporate group, […]

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August 1, 2018

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Four Ways Atlas Grows With Your DPC Practice.

New rule: Growth of any size is to be emphatically celebrated. Did your patient panel hit a goal #? Did you get new brochures printed for companies in your area? Did you make a new contact at your local chamber? You know just as well as anyone that the little wins can be worthy of a […]

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September 28, 2017

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What’s New in Atlas.md? A Smarter Workflow Wins Every Time.

Smarter Exporting When you’re sharing patient details, you now have the option to specify the date range for what you’re exporting, printing or emailing. Just select “custom date range” from the date range dropdown and select your start and end dates. Read about it here. When you’re exporting data for multiple patients you can now include Health Maintenance data […]

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June 13, 2017

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What’s New in Atlas.md? We’re Showing, Not Telling.

You’ve texted a patient just to see how they’re doing, right? That’s a really small thing for you to do, but it’s a really big deal to your patient. That seemingly insignificant action shows them how much you care. Proves they’re on your mind, and that when you say you want a meaningful relationship with them — […]

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January 24, 2017

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What’s Holding You Back from Opening Your DPC Practice? (After You Read this, the Answer Will be ‘Nothing.’) Part 2.

“Hmm, Direct Care sounds amazing. I’d love to do that.” Ever said or even thought those words? Do you fall into any of the categories we talked about here? So why haven’t you started your practice yet? Maybe this Direct Care thing is new to you. Maybe you’ve heard about it but don’t know where to […]

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September 29, 2016

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Workflow Adaptation!

Healthcare entities can get big. Really big. So big that it can feel truly impossible to navigate the EMR it runs on. You wind up with a massive system where certain departments only use certain pieces of it. And you don’t dare touch those buttons over there for fear of the whole thing imploding. Most […]