Ob/Gyn Appointment Scheduling and Registration
Effective communication with patients is essential for the health of your practice and your patients.
With the ObGyn-Cloud Patient Portal, patients won’t need to spend time on hold or have to remember to call during office hours. They can log in at their convenience to request an appointment – or even book their appointment online if your practice chooses to offer that option.
When patients have convenient ways to communicate, it helps ensure that they keep their appointments for important tests, procedures and follow-up care.
From appointment creation to updating and canceling, easily view which staff member made changes to an appointment and when. Check which patients confirmed their appointment, which patients rescheduled, cancelled or were a no-show.
ObGyn-Cloud allows you to create your own appointment types in the system. Easily schedule recurring appointments for regular breast exams, pelvic exams, Pap tests, bone density screenings, mammograms and other women’s health screenings and procedures.
Patients can receive automatic appointment reminder calls, emails and SMS messages. Health maintenance alerts are easily created based on diagnosis, age or any parameters you choose. You can fully customize communication for your practice, right down to recording your own personalized messages for automated phone call reminders.
With just a few clicks, get an instant list of patients expected to deliver within any timeframe you choose. The built-in Due Date Calculator is useful for scheduling or for physicians who are on call. This feature also makes it easy to provide planning data to your hospital.
The Surgical Workflow Queue helps you manage the beginning-to-end process for surgeries such as hysterectomies, LEEP procedures, pelvic laparoscopies, D&C and planned C-Sections. Our EHR helps you schedule and document key steps and track the global period for billing.
“Patients automatically get an e-mail and a phone call to remind them of an appointment. This saves my staff a lot of time from having to spend all day making calls.”