WebPT is committed to maintaining and enhancing the features of our system. We consistently resolve bugs in the system, update new tests and clinical tools, and add functions to make the system work better for our members.

As a result of all of the great member suggestions and ideas from our innovative development team, WebPT is prepared to release on March 5th what will be a series of great new features. This release of new features is going to give our members some new functions that are going to make working in the clinic even easier.

Key features in this release

New Add/Edit Patient Screen
There will be a new look on the Patient Intake Screens. The new screen will eliminate scrolling navigation on the Add Patient page. We are implementing tabbed browsing into the patient information to make it easier to see and quickly retrieve patient info. Outside of the obvious simplicity that the new format will bring, it also will pave the way for future features and integrations.

Email Appointment Reminders
Another feature will only affect those clinics that currently use WebPT Scheduling. We are implementing the ability to send reminder emails to patients regarding their upcoming appointments. This function will become available for members currently utilizing the schedule at no extra cost. With this functionality in place, clinics should see a reduced no-show and cancellation rate. Clinics will alos benefit from utilizing a standardized method of communication with patients.

Scan Directly Into Patient Files
Clinics who are currently using WebPT's eDoc feature will also have an added functionality. eDoc will now feature the ability to scan directly into a patient file. This feature comes by popular demand and will make the clinical work flow that much easier.

Each of these features will come with a comprehensive user guide that will explain the full range of functionality. We hope that these new features, and other new ones that are on the way, will continue to simplify the way you run your clinic. These added functions and tools come as a result of our commitment to bring the rehab industry into the digital age and to continue moving EMR forward.

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