New Feature: Calendar Integration

New Feature: Calendar Integration

At Arfinn Med, we’re excited to announce the third feature update to join automated text messaging and note templating: calendar integration. With this addition, physicians can now integrate their Google Calendar or Calendy account. The implementation of calendar integration rounds out the Arfinn Med portal, making it a physician’s one-stop-shop EMR tool.

How It Works

With the new feature of calendar integration, physicians are able to schedule and keep track of upcoming appointments all from one place. Simply head over to Arfinn Med to login and click “Integrations” from the “Settings” dropdown menu. Next, choose which calendar system your practice uses and follow the set-up instructions from there! Once integrated, your calendar will show up seamlessly at the bottom of your dashboard with the option to view your schedule on a monthly, weekly or daily basis.

The Benefit

Through this integration, Arfinn Med will reduce the need for physicians to have to operate in multiple interfaces to conduct business and work with patients, further increasing workflow at their practices. Physicians are now able to track their schedule alongside patient treatment plans and efficacies all with Arfinn Med.

“The new updates to Arfinn Med not only enhance the physician experience within the platform, but also the experience with our patients,” said Dr. Mark Hashim of The Herbal Clinic MD and a participating physician on the Arfinn Med platform. “Through these updates, I can utilize the platform for all my patients’ needs, including reporting on their current progress, scheduling future appointments and templating all patient notes to ensure accuracy.” 

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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