New Text/Voice Messaging; Fixed: Daily Monitoring Alerts

May 26, 2017 by Geoff Gray

1. New Text and Voice Messaging
You can now send notifications of new messages, new statements, or appointment reminders via email, text, or voice.
–Go to the patient chart > Messaging. On the notifications tab you can choose the type of notifications you want to send (email, text, voice) and where to send them.
–The notifications for new messages alerts states, “You have a new message in your inbox.”
–Statement alerts say, “You have a new account statement in your inbox.” Email alerts have a link to the patient portal log in.
–Appointment Reminders state, “You have an appointment with (name of provider) on (date) (time).”

2. Mobile Outcomes Daily Monitoring Fix
For those using mobile outcomes, we have fixed a problem that caused daily mobile alerts to fail.

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