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Choose A Virtual Medical Receptionist System That Allows Synchronization With Mobile Devices
by: Jim Peterson

With the Automated Medical Receptionist becoming the way patients now book and schedule appointments to see their doctors, specialists and dentists, it is important that the medical staff at the clinics, and the receptionists at the specialist, doctor and dental practices can add custom fields to your patient records. This is a very important detail needed with the automated medical receptionist.

Each clinic, specialist, doctor and dental practice, have a particular way that they want to keep the medical records of their patients. And they also might want their records filed by either the referring doctor, or organization, by area, name, or any other relevant order that each of the medical fraternity may require.

A clinic might want to keep these specific details on their patient records:

* The name of the person who referred the patient with or without contact number

* The name of the organization that referred the patient with or without contact number

* The patient's land and mobile numbers, plus a next of kin for an emergency

* The type of medical insurance the patient has.

A specialist might want to keep this information on their patient record:

* The name of the doctor who referred this patient, with or without the doctor's contact number

* The organization that referred the patient, with or without the organizations contact number

* The patients land and mobile numbers, plus next of kin number for an emergency.

The same might apply to doctors and dentists wanting this information, or different information.

The virtual medical receptionist system will record the basic patient medical information, but each unit using this basic information should customize those records as being unique to their situation.

Each doctor's diagnosis might vary, hence the saying, a second opinion is needed. So is the case with patients' Electronic Medical Records (EMR), or Electronic Health Records (EHR). You might need more information than the patient has given, or is allowed for, on the Electronic Medical Records (EMR), or Electronic Health Records (EHR), or the patient might not go into enough detail to supply you with adequate prior information that is required or needed before seeing your patients.

But are these two types of electronic records different from each other? They are indeed, by definition and function:

* EMR is the electronic record that keeps all the medical information of a patient who is taken care of by the staff of a particular clinic, practice or organization.

* EHR is the sum of the electronic records keeping medical information regarding a patient, which have been collected by one or more organizations.

Basically a patient's EHR is a collection of multiple EMRs.

This is where you need a medical receptionist system with support custom patients fields in order have your information complete. And it will give your human receptionist something to do now that most of the work has been taken off her hands by the automated medical receptionist.

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Are you looking for an automated medical receptionist that can integrate with your medical practice software thus avoiding the need to keep all your medical records twice? You can check out AssistMedic - an intelligent medical receptionist system that can process patient self-service requests online and over the phone.
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