Introducing Updates to our Online Scheduling Feature

Step 1: Select Your Time Zone

The first step is to select the time zone in which you are located.  This will then launch the calendar showing the appropriate hours of operation.

Step 2: Select Appointment Date and Time

From the calendar view, you can then select the date and time of your appointment.  Please note that appointments are displayed in 15 minute increments.  If you have an appointment time that needs to begin at a more specific time, please use the nearest option and then provide further instruction in the appointment details.

Step 3: Patient Information & Appointment Details

Once the appointment date and time are selected, the primary step is to relay the patient’s contact information including their preferred video application (i.e. Facetime, Skype, Hangouts).  If you cannot provide this information at the time of scheduling, simply indicate that in fields provided and our team will work with you to make the connection.  Please note that an appointment notification will be sent to the email address provided in the “Patient Email” field.

Step 4: Appointment Confirmed!

When you see this screen, you’ll know your appointment has been successfully scheduled! You will then be given the option to add this event into your existing calendar for reference using quick links to iCal, Outlook or Google.

And that’s it! If you would like to arrange an integration with your EMR or have questions about our online scheduling options, feel free contact us at 877.838.4748.

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