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Newest Enhancements & Fixes In v2.9

July 19, 2018
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In This Article: 

  • Merge field for full patient address on single line
  • New privilege for “Export marketing campaign” function
  • Sprint CapTel Eligibility form
  • New “Patient Recalls” report

New merge field for full patient address on single line

Now when creating form templates, the new {{patientAddressFullOneLine}} merge field can be used to populate the patient’s full address on a single line.

For additional details, please refer to the Template resources page on our website.


New privilege for “Export Marketing Campaign” function

Users who do not have the Export Marketing Campaigns privilege will not be able to export marketing campaigns.

User Privileges Window

New Sprint CapTel Eligibility form

This form is now available from the Patient → Forms menu. The form will automatically populate the following:

  • Patient information
  • Provider information
  • Clinic address and telephone number

Sprint CapTel eligibility form

Once generated, the form can easily be sent by email or fax, using the Email/fax button below the form.


Assign automatic recalls to the patient’s provider by default

Automatic recalls can be assigned to the patient’s provider by default.

To enable this setting in your system, please submit a ticket to our support team.


New “Patient Recalls” report

The new Patient Recalls report allows users to create a printable version of recalls.

The report can be accessed from the Tools → Reports menu.

New “Patient recalls” report

Bug Fixes

Alignment problems when printing HCFA form without background

Some values on the HCFA Form were overlapping when the Print Without Background button was used. This has now been fixed.

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