accuMail is a feature of accuRx which can be accessed through our toolbar. accuMail provides a way of contacting other healthcare professionals and services while integrating directly with the patient record (EMIS/S1) so that all communication about a patient is saved in their patient record.
What does it do?
accuMail lets you send emails about a patient to other healthcare professionals and services.
All emails are saved back to the patient record (EMIS/S1).
All responses come back to a shared practice inbox and can also be saved to the patient record.
Attachments are added directly from the patient record e.g. referral forms.
Emails are sent securely via @nhs.net.
What can you use it for?
You can use accuMail for any form of communication with a healthcare professional or service.
To get you started though, practices currently using accuMail find it most useful for:
Sending referrals into community services e.g. district nursing
Chasing existing referrals
Contacting local pharmacies
Contacting local care homes
Ad-hoc messages to consultants and secretaries
Where can I find it?
In your accuRx toolbar, by clicking on the @ icon 👇
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You can request access to accuMail by starting a live chat with us. Click on the green icon on the bottom right of this web page and a member of the team will help you get started 😀
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Great! You can start using this to email colleagues. Find out more on 👉 How to send email with accuMail.