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July Updates

July Updates

In our quest to save medical marijuana clinics valuable time, Arfinn Med has continued to release new functionality that improves EMR workflows.  This has led to the development of our new telehealth platform, new automated patient intake emails, and generating all state required documentation. 

Continuing on our quest, we are proud to release our new feature which allows patients to easily include their license and other documentation securely at the time of submitting their intake forms.  This feature will save your clinic and staff time by not having to scan and upload patient documents, while also simplifying what your patients need to bring to appointments.  If you are running a telehealth clinic, this feature is just the latest in a long line of updates that allow you to run your entire practice online.  

We will be releasing even more updates in the near future that will continue to streamline your workflows. Schedule a demo to learn how to incorporate our software into your practice and learn why we have become the fastest growing medical cannabis EMR.

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