Adding a New Client
To register new clients in the system, click on "Clients" in the side menu to access the client list.
To add a new patient, all you need is a valid phone number. You can provide all other personal information after the patient is created, allowing you to start with a new patient quickly.
Adding Additional Personal Information
Click on the "Personal Information" tab at the top of the page. Konfidens supports various types of personal information. When you add a valid social security number, you will notice the patient's age displayed next to their name at the top.
Writing Your First Clinical Note
Go to the "Clinical Notes" tab and click on "New Note" to create your first clinical note. The first line of the note is the title.
Signing Clinical Notes
In accordance with current regulations for health care professionals, Konfidens requires the practitioner to sign the clinical note when it is completed. Once a note is signed, it is no longer possible to edit the content directly. If there is a need to make changes later, you must reopen the note by clicking the three dots on the card's right side and selecting "Edit."
Secure fil upload
For each client, you have a secure file area. Go to the Files section and upload relevant files. You can customise the title and description to make your list clean and tidy. To edit, delete or download a file, click the three dots on the right.
Good to Know
🔐 Everything you write is automatically and securely saved to the cloud in real time. Displayed by the small green checkmark icon on the top right of a note.
🗓️ You can change the date of the note. To do this, open the note and click on the date to edit it.
👀 You can open/close all notes by clicking the button with the two arrows above the top note. This way you can quickly jump between a birds-eye view of the client history and a deep-dive.
🎗️ By clicking the Memo button on the top right of the page, you can add a sticky note below the client name. Great if there is some important information you need to make sure you remember.