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Patient Triage: What information do patients submit?
Patient Triage: What information do patients submit?

This article gives a detailed description what information patients submit when sending a query through Patient Triage

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Written by Vicky
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What do patients submit?

When patients arrive on your Patient Triage landing page, they are given the following options πŸ‘‡

Patients are first reminded that online consultations are only for non-emergencies and advised that the organisation may take up to 2 working days to respond. This can be amended (see our article on how to customise the wording on the form here.)

Patients must declare that they have no β€˜red flag’ medical symptoms before they can continue πŸ‘‡

Medical queries

  1. For medical queries, patients are prompted to fill out the following information about their medical query:

Admin queries

  1. For admin queries, patients are asked to select a type πŸ‘‡

  2. Patients are then asked a different set of questions depending on which admin query is selected...

Doctor's Letter:

Fit (sick) note:

Questions about a referral (update/status):

Repeat prescriptions:

Test results:

I need help with something else:

(All text boxes for both Medical and Admin queries have a character limit of 300, including spaces. They can upload a maximum of 5 images where prompted.)

Patient details

After filling in medical or admin request questions, patients are asked to submit their contact details πŸ‘‡

Patients are asked to share how they'd prefer to be contacted ☎️ If they select the phone call option they can enter the name of a particular person they want to speak to.

They're also asked if they'd like to receive a confirmation text for the request:

After their request has been submitted, they receive a confirmation message:

If the patient has opted to receive a confirmation text, they will receive one:

If you still have any questions or concerns, feel free to chat with us using the green message bubble in the bottom right-hand corner of this page. πŸ‘‰

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