Digital Health History Form
What we do
We help healthcare teams access health information without using reams of paper, over-reliance on a patient’s memory, or delayed medical record requests.
Instead, we give providers a digital health history form solution for their patients to create their health history using data from their medical chart and insurance company to fill in their health history form and then share with their healthcare providers EHR system.
Importance of Health History
A patient's health history is a key factor in timely and accurate diagnosis of illness and leads to improved outcomes. A thorough social and environmental health history can be just as informative as the physical examination and diagnostics in the diagnosis and prompt treatment of illness. It is important for such health history to be complete and accurate.
A digital health history form solution will eliminate frustration for patients and healthcare teams while increasing patient and staff engagement. Additionally, it will save healthcare teams and patients time while mitigating risk for all parties by ensuring accurate and complete information.
Using groundbreaking FHIR technology, the digital health history form renders a comprehensive and interactive digital health history form for the patient to interact with and the provider to access in their EHR workflow.
EASY TO USE DESIGN
The patient logs in using their patient portal user credentials. The digital health history form is filled in using the patient's medical chart information.
The patient then connects their Medicare, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid insurance claims to further fill in the form.
The patient then interacts with the form and populated data. The result is a comprehensive, interactive, reliable, and accurate health history.
IN PROVIDER EHR WORKFLOW
After the patient completes the form, the provider views it in the EHR by searching for the patient at their next encounter. Providers improve quality of care by spending less time tracking down patient records or relying on the patient’s memory for their medical history. Instead, they spend more time delivering better care and addressing patient needs during the visit.