Sign the Consent Form from the App

Sign the Consent Form from the App

To sign Consent form via iPad/iPhone:

  1. Launch the app.
  2. Log in to AR.
  3. From the main menu, select "Patient List".
  4. Select patient.
  5. Add a new procedure or use an existing one.
  6. Click on the procedure details tab and hit “ add Patient Consent”.
  7. Select the consent form.

8. Press “Sign”.

9. Have your patient sign.

10. Press "Floppy Disk" button to save.


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