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    How Healthcare Pros Can Stay Up to Date on the Go

    Whether it’s simply the latest industry news or keeping pace with all those continuing education credits needed to keep your skills up to date, physicians and healthcare workers face an overwhelming amount of information they should get through regularly. It’s easy to become inundated, especially when your time is at a premium, and to feel inclined to wash your hands of the entire endeavour.

    However, it is possible for stretched-thin healthcare pros to update themselves while on the go, whether it’s during your daily commute or a quick information injection over your lunch break. Here’s a couple of ways to keep pace without slowing down.

    Research Relevant Apps To Keep You Updated

    Depending on your specific healthcare niche, there are a variety of apps available to keep pros apprised of industry news. For example, apps like DocNews, Docphine and Read by QxMD aggregated relevant articles and journal publications into a single feed for physicians to browse through — so it’s simple to flip through the latest scientific findings from your favourite medical journal on your smartphone while waiting in the coffee queue.

    Listen To A Medical Podcast on Your Commute

    Many of us spend many minutes — or even hours — commuting daily to our workplaces. Why not use this time to familiarize yourself with recent industry news? A wealth of high-quality medical podcasts make that possible. There are dozens of top-notch audio feeds available that are tailored to your profession and industry. With just a quick download, you can get all the latest news on the drive to work, while catching the subway or even while doing laundry.

  • Treatment Notes and Patient Timeline

    Now you can document and store treatment progress of your clients in IntakeQ. The Treatment Notes are powered by our existing intake form engine, which means they can be created using the many question formats we offer. Check out this article to learn how to use this new feature.

  • Require Email Confirmation for Your Public Forms

    Let’s say you choose to have a form you created through IntakeQ displayed on your website. In order to avoid spammers and authenticate users who fill the form out, you can now require that your clients confirm their e-mail address before accessing the form.  Check out this article to learn about the feature.

  • Exporting Your Clients' Data

    This great tool allows you to export data to a CSV file (comma-separated values), which can be opened in Excel and many other applications.

    Check out this article to learn more about it.

  • Insert Fillable Sections in Your Consent Forms

    Some consent forms might require more input from your client than just their signature. Now you can add input fields/forms into it to gather extra information and we made it a very user friendly tool. Check out this article to learn how to insert both types of fillable sections to your form.