Skip to main content

client signatures in Simple Practice

Answered

Comments

5 comments

  • Sara

    Hi Traci,

    I see that my colleague Travis was able to connect with you via chat and answer your question about signatures on forms.

    Comment actions Permalink
  • Brandy Schumann, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, RPT-S

    Can the answer be shared publically?

    Comment actions Permalink
  • Sara

    Hi Brandy,

    When a client checks the box to add their e-signature on a Consent Document, this can serve as an automatic signature. If you would like for your client to be able to actually physically sign a document, you can send the document to the Client Portal and have them print it, sign it, and then manually upload back into the Client Portal.

    Comment actions Permalink
  • Gregory Reynolds

    Um, that is not Simple at all, Sara. The reason for an EHR is so we don't need to rely on clients to print out and sign and send back documents. That is an audit disaster waiting to happen. Please make something like the superbill and treatment plan e-signable ASAP. 99% of my clients are telehealth. 

    Comment actions Permalink
  • Anita Baruah

    And treatment plans and crises plans. This is industry standard.

    Comment actions Permalink

Please sign in to leave a comment.