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Dust off history.

If you don't know the patient's treatment history, you won't understand the current clinical picture - this is how a well-known folk wisdom would sound if it were invented by doctors. Jokes aside, you really need to know the treatment history, because the concept of modern dentistry is based on quick decisions, a team approach and understanding of all processes by the patient.

In this article, we invite you to visit the Cliniccards History (treatment) lesson, which is one of the key, if not the key, section in the system. Working with the treatment history simplifies the exchange of information between doctors, dental technicians, and the administrative unit of the clinic.

We promise that we won't let you get bored, so let's take a look at what you can do in this section of Cliniccards:

Share a patient's card.

Conduct online consultations with other doctors or send patient diagnostic photo data to the lab in two clicks. Even the most complex clinical cases can be solved by talking to colleagues, and high-quality communication requires fast and accurate information transfer. Cliniccards guarantees this.

Share a separate stage of treatment.

Dental technicians don't always need to see the entire treatment history of a patient, on the contrary, they usually need only a separate stage of it. The ability to share only specific stages is perfectly implemented in the system.

Save any photos and files.

This way, you will always have access to every signed document and photo protocol. The file can be saved in accordance with the stage of treatment, which systematizes the treatment history and makes it clear. This makes it easy for the doctor to recreate the full clinical picture of each patient.

Communicate with other doctors.

The treatment history is formed in the form of a "social media news feed". That is, anyone who has access to the patient's record can add comments to the stages of the patient's treatment history and mark the necessary doctors there to get their opinion on the treatment or pass on the information they need.

Create a hidden stage.

Add a treatment stage that only you can see! This ensures that you keep the information that should be kept confidential between the doctor and the patient.