Universal Clipboard app for iPads offers direct print capability and multiple document authorization

June 10, 2013

A new universal version of MacPractice Clipboard is available for the iPad and iPad Mini, offering enhanced features and expanded capabilities.

A new universal version of MacPractice Clipboard is available for the iPad and iPad Mini, offering enhanced features and expanded capabilities.

Using the app, users can print straight from their iPads, plus Clipboard now allows offices to offer multiple consent forms for patient review and signature. The app reportedly leverages the ease of use in Apple iPad and iPad mini by reducing the use of paper and the input of redundant data by staff and patients. 

Designed to streamline patient registration, MacPractice Clipboard removes the need for patients to provide identical information to various parts of a single office.  Also, the app reportedly enhances staff productivity by allowing for the transmission of data from an iPad directly to a patient’s record into MacPractice desktop software or another iPad.

The app is available for free download in Apple’s app store, along with the MacPractice Patient Check In app.  For more information about the apps, head to MacPractice’s website at www.macpractice.com.