Guide to Messaging

Messaging in WriteUpp is a simple way to create and send the following types of message:

  • Email
  • SMS
  • Internal Message

To send a message click on the "Create" button and Message then click on the type of message that you would like to send

 

To find out more about sending email click here

To find out more about sending an SMS click here

To find out more about sending an Internal Message click here

Notifications

When you receive an Internal Message from a colleague you will receive a notification. To see the detail of the message just click on your username (which will have a red dot above it to indicate an unread notification) and click on the notification.

You will also receive an email telling you that you have received a secure internal message. We do this so that you know you have a message even if you haven't logged in to WriteUpp. We don't provide the content of the message in this email as it may be confidential in nature. You can also reply to this message from within the notification. 

Patient Record

Any communications that are client-related are added to the "Messages" tab in the Patient Summary. To see the detail of any of the messages just click on the relevant row.

Security

Internal Messages are not routed out on to the public internet. They reside within the application and as such can be used for secure communication.

Possible Ways to Use Messaging in Your Practice

Email/SMS

Obviously it's important to avoid being Spammy but messaging provides a great mechanism to quickly and efficiently interact with clients, prospective clients and lapsed clients. Here are a few examples:

  • "We've not seen you for a while - How's your back?
  • "Here's a link to our review page, please could you rate your treatment"

As well as client communication the Email/SMS messaging can be used to communicate with colleagues. Here are a few examples:

  • Your administrator might message you to tell you that your home visit client is going to be late home

Internal Message

Internal messages are used for communication with colleagues in your practice. Here are a few examples of the way they could be used:

  • Patient-related - Message to Admin or your Virtual Administrator - pls book follow-up for this client
  • Patient-related - Secure communication with a colleague about a particular client 
  • Non Patient-related - Message to a colleague - do you have xyz machine or I need a cuppa!

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