Better ways to track and follow up with pre registration patients. Currently can only really mark to follow up for an appointment and write generic comments.
Would like to be able to track the number of times called and when the last time (similar to call list).
Would like to be able to print a report and filter it by date patient was entered into the software. (as well as other filters potentially).
Pre reg is a great tool for keeping track of new patients / cases, but it is lacking in reporting and documentation capabilities.
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Would like the ability to add a patient to the call list from pre registration, if the patient is NOT scheduled.
Currently you can add from an existing appointment, a cancellation or manually...but not manually from pre reg.
The call list has better tracking in it (free type service, number of calls, date of last call, reporting).
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The documents section of a pre-registration table should have the same basic folders that the registrered patients do. Our clinical team is always complaining that documents are scattered once the patient is registered and the front desk often does not have time to re-organize after the fact. Would be smartest to put documents in the correct folder right away.2 votes
Thanks for the suggestion.
There needs to be a way to indicate that a patient that was referred and added to the pre-registration table no longer needs to be scheduled or is "inactive". It is important not to delete records incase a referring doctor calls, but we also do not want these patients that have moved or are not interested to continue receiving follow up calls. Adding an option in the "Needs to be seen" drop down list would be helpful2 votes
Thanks for the request.
A Pre-Registration report based that can be sorted by the request doctor # . There isnt a report that shows me which patients haven't scheduled consultations yet and it is ideal to search based on requested doctors since each doctor has different schedule openings etc.2 votes
Thanks for the feedback.
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