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A Message To Our Clients

A Message To Our Clients

To Our Clients,


First of all, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy in these unprecedented times.  I want to assure you that Arfinn Med has systems in place to ensure that our workflows are not impacted from having staff work remotely and we will continue to provide the same quality product and customer service that you have become accustomed to.  If you have any questions regarding our Business Continuation Plan, please reach out to info@arfinnmed.com.


We understand that routines will be temporarily changed in the coming months, so we are adapting to accommodate this change.  This means building out a more robust telemedicine system, increasing our patient portal functionality,  generating consents to be e-signed, and streamlining our patient intake process to cut down on wait times.  


As we settle into new workflows and challenges, we will suspend all monthly fees for using Arfinn Med until June 1st.  We also will activate our full suite of functionality to all current users so you are able to offer the best care to patients in the interim.  We know this doesn’t seem like much in these times, but we want to show our gratitude to the medical professionals who are on the front lines helping patients get the help they desperately need.  If you haven’t already, you will be seeing these updates on your account over the weekend. 


Please stay safe, and let us know if you require anything to continue running your practices.  I have set aside a development team to continually assess how to improve care and keep stakeholders safe.
Sincerely, 


James West CEO

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