Chasing paper is a thing of the past
There was a time when it was perfectly acceptable to hand your patients a clipboard full of papers and a flower pen. A time when paperwork was something you did at the end of the day, not all day. My, how things have changed.Get a Demo
When your way and their way are the same. It makes a world of difference.
The “most advanced treatment in reproductive technology” and a bulletin board packed with baby pictures might attract new patients to your practice. But if you want to keep patients engaged and inspire referrals, you should also be thinking about ways to help patients fit the ART journey into their busy lives.
EngagedMD’s paperless eLearn and eSign solutions help you do just that.
Access to learning materials
Give your patients access to learning materials the same way they access their favorite books, recipes, or magazines.
Capture digital signatures
Treat patients and partners like individuals by using eSign to capture their digital signatures without them having to be joined at the hip.
No more postponed procedures because of incomplete or missing paperwork.
Take keeping track of papers off of their (and your!) to-do-list.
Send your patients automated status updates and reminders, just like their bank and airline do.
Save money on paper and time
The average cost of printing paper consent documents is around $2 per patient. Remove the paper and time required to print and manage those documents, and the savings add up quickly
“It’s so convenient! Now, especially with international patients, I introduce myself and let them know that I’m going to send them an email with consent forms to be reviewed and signed. I rarely get questions from patients about consents anymore with the use of eSign.”
IVF Coordinator, HRC Fertility
Save more than face
How much are printing, copying, faxing, storing, filing, and shredding paper documents costing your practice? Studies estimate the cost of using paper is between 13 and 31 times the cost of actually purchasing the paper. That number doesn’t include the cost of time spent looking for or reproducing misplaced documents. Yikes!
Source: Gartner Group, 2015