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How do I use this with my team or other staff?
How do I use this with my team or other staff?

What's the best workflow? That's totally up to you!

Updated over a week ago

Onboarding a team

Temporary answer:

If you’re paying for multiple team members to use Scribenote, we have a separate payment flow. Please just let us know, then we’ll send you a payment link. Then, we’ll ask you to send us the names / emails of the veterinarians signing up from your team, and as they sign up, our support team will link their accounts to your clinic's subscription.

Coming soon:

You’ll be able to subscribe for as many team members as you need to through the Scribenote app, then organize and manage the team through a self-serve portal.

Using Scribenote as a team

Temporary answer:

Every vet can sign up for their own Scribenote account. From there, any other team members can sign into those accounts as needed (ie, to access records, to create callbacks, to start the TPR / history part of the exam, etc).

Coming soon:

Scribenote will have a desktop app to easy get notes into your clinic's management system, additionally anyone at the clinic can have customizable access to the rest of the team’s records.

Technicians taking history / TPR:

If your technician takes the history or TPR, Scribenote has workflows for you.

  1. If you’re sharing a device (ie, an exam room computer or clinic tablet), your technician can start the recording on Scribenote then click the pause button when they are done. When the veterinarian comes into the exam room, they can start the recording again to continue recording from where the technician left off. Scribenote will process the entire record as one and take into account audio from both to create the medical record.

  2. If you are all using different devices logged into the same account, the technician can start a recording on their phone. From there, you can load that record from the Inbox and press the “Add To” button next to the audio player, which will allow the veterinarian to continue recording from where the technician left off. The multiple audio components are processed as a single recording to create the note. This “Add To” workflow can also be used to dictate follow-on information to a completed note. For example, adding lab results or other diagnostic information after it has been received.

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