Tap Into A Whole New MacPractice Experience
Use an iPad as a portable, wireless, touch-screen monitor and use MacPractice on it - By making a remote desktop connection from an iPad to a Mac, a doctor has complete control over MacPractice as well as access to all of the native functionality of the iPad, except now he/she is untethered from the computer. They can easily take all patient information from exam room to exam room. And they can use their finger, or a stylus if they prefer, and an on screen keyboard to interact with MacPractice and add new visit data. If they wish, they can enter data by attaching a keyboard to the iPad, or they may use the keyboard and mouse attached to your Mac.
MacPractice iPad Solutions
Access MacPractice anywhere within your office with the iPad's portable, wireless, touch-screen.
- Access MacPractice from within your office on an iPad's portable, wireless, touch-screen
- Access MacPractice from outside your office via the Internet on an iPad
- Multiple users simultaneously access MacPractice on a single Mac from multiple iPads
- Patient registration on an iPad
- Patients complete medical/dental EMR/EDR questionnaires on an iPad
- "Write" eyeglass prescriptions on an iPad
- Chart dental conditions and treatment on an iPad and review x-rays with patients
Using a remote desktop connection from the iPad to a Mac computer, doctors can have complete access to MacPractice untethered from the computer, as well as all the native iPad functionality. Doctors and nurses can easily carry all patient information from one exam room to another and use their finger or a stylus, plus an on-screen keyboard, to access the MacPractice database and add new patient data. If desired, data can also be entered by attaching a keyboard to the iPad or using the keyboard and mouse at the computer. Data is entered directly into MacPractice, eliminating the need to synchronize the iPad with the computer.
Access MacPractice from outside the office on an iPad.
Full access to the complete MacPractice system from anywhere with an internet connection makes it possible to view and update patient charts from home, the hospital or satellite offices.
Enable multiple users to simultaneously access MacPractice on a single computer from numerous iPads.
Through collaboration with Aqua Connect, MacPractice for iPad allows multiple doctors to access the MacPractice system on a single machine at the same time, with local sound and audio support and built-in encryption that satisfies HIPAA guidelines.
Use an iPad for patient registration.
Utilizing MacPractice's web interface, patients can register for appointments and procedures on an iPad and complete HIPAA forms either in the office or from a remote location, such as the hospital or home. This not only streamlines the registration process, saves paper and time, but also helps reduce the risk of data-entry errors due to illegible handwriting or typing errors.
Complete medical EMR questionnaires on an iPad.
Office staff using MacPractice can create a customized kiosk for each individual patient with all of the forms required for the visit and hand the patient an iPad on which to complete Health History, Social History, etc. Upon completion, the forms become part of the patient's record in MacPractice EMR.
"Write" eyeglass prescriptions on an iPad.
Integration with MacPractice 20/20 allows ophthalmologists and optometrists to create eyeglass or lens prescriptions on the iPad.
Chart restorative and periodontal conditions and treatment on an iPad and review x-rays with patients.
Dentists, dental assistants and hygienists who use MacPractice DDS may use the iPad's touch screen to chart existing conditions and treatment, and review x-rays and photos with patients. They can even provide patient education material and entertainment for the patient during procedures using native iPad applications.