Join Docmail for a 15 minute power up session to understand how the system can be used to effectively send your patient communications within a few simple steps.
Built with health organisations and patient communications in mind, Docmail has helped over 4,000 medical practices and NHS Trusts streamline their multi-channel patient communications.
Focusing upon your specific patient requirements, the Docmail session will provide an overview of how the system can be used to effectively send your patient communications within a few simple steps.
The overview will include a walk through of the Docmail website, the functionality it has to offer and the types of communication that can be sent all within the one account.
With an analysis of the multiple user set up, the system will demonstrate how you can manage, budget and effectively send all your patient communications through the seamless integration with your clinical systems.
Join us to find out how you can start using Docmail instantly to communicate with your patients.
Jason Lusty, Senior Business Development Manager, Docmail
Jason helped launch Docmail in 2008, and his extensive knowledge and detailed understanding of how our solutions can support health organisations will help you to drive efficiencies and increase patient engagement. Jason’s will ensure that your demands are met with continuous support and guidance.
Shelley Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Docmail
Shelley joined CFH Docmail Limited in 2016 and has extensive knowledge of the health sector and patient communication requirements. Working with you, Shelley will identify how we can help streamline your current processes and deliver effective, secure communications. Her background in human resources ensures that you will always receive the best service possible.
Who should attend
- Practice Managers
- Business Managers
- Communication Officers
- Office Managers
- IT Leads
What you'll learn
Understand how you can start using Docmail instantly to communicate with your patients.
How to join
Bookings for this session have now closed.
You can still join us by clicking here at 1 pm on the 23 July.