Establish new workflows for your fertility clinic

Keep your patients and staff safe

At EngagedMD, our mission is to support the needs of the fertility community. In the midst of COVID-19, it is clear that we need to find new ways of treating patients to minimize risk and maximize safety. Whether this means finding a new way to hold IVF teach classes, adopting new rules about partners coming to the office, or educating your patients about new screening protocols, EngagedMD is here to help. At EngagedMD, digitizing fertility patient education and consenting has been our focus for 5+ years, and we’ve worked with >75 fertility practices to establish workflows to support this new normal. 

eLearn

EngagedMD eLearn enables staff to remotely assign engaging, medically accurate educational videos that patients can access from any web-enabled device, anytime, anywhere. These video modules cover a variety of topics such as IVF, IUI, PGT, and more. Our newest module discusses the impact of COVID-19 on fertility treatment options and will be continually updated as more information and guidelines are released.

  • IVF, COVID-19, injection training, & more
  • Fully customizable
  • Supplement or replace IVF classes

eSign

EngagedMD eSign enables staff to distribute, store, and manage all patient paperwork electronically. As you’re evaluating how to collect patient paperwork remotely and how to set your practice up for both success and safety, EngagedMD eSign can offer a secure, efficient, and HIPAA-compliant way to optimize your workflows in both the short and long term. 

  • Contact-free consenting
  • Secure & HIPAA-compliant
  • ID verification options
  • Compatible with multiple EMRs

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ASRM guidelines on telehealth

“To comply with public health authority recommendations for social distancing, reproductive medicine practices are encouraged to shift office-based practice to a telehealth model.”

“It is appropriate and encouraged to use telehealth to perform new patient consultations, follow-up consultations for existing patients, and patient education in preparation for planned treatment”