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Customize Your Patient Notes with Arfinn Med

Customize Your Patient Notes with Arfinn Med

Joining the text messaging update, the Arfinn Med portal now presents the ability to create note taking templates. This innovative addition will allow physicians to streamline the data and information that they are collecting from patients, resulting in their cases staying aligned and concise. Additionally, through this function, physicians will be able to pick and choose the exact information they’d like to include.

How it Works

When logged in and looking at the dashboard, physicians will go into their settings and choose “Field Templates”. Once there, physicians are able to choose which field they would like to create a template for, name the template and then input the field text. Through this new feature, physicians are now able to create templated and pre-populated fields in the ADD CASE interface. If a physician tends to use the same verbiage when writing notes in patient files, this function will allow them to quickly populate the notes fields and only update patient specific information.   

The Benefit

By utilizing this feature, the input of patient notes and information will become more efficient, resulting in a streamlined process. Physicians will be able to focus on the information that they want to include in each case while keeping the same verbiage. This function also cuts out the redundancy of having to type the same notes over and over again as you input new cases at a bulk rate.

At Arfinn Med, we are dedicated to helping medical professionals and their patients combat debilitating diseases and conditions with the use of medical marijuana. By relying on actual physician observations regarding patient outcomes, doctors can create reports based on the effectiveness, daily dosage and delivery mode of cannabis treatments specific to various patient demographics. Are you ready to join a nationwide network of medical professionals to learn more about medical marijuana and what it can do for your patients? Join Arfinn Med for FREE today!

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