- drjaxAsked on October 30, 2014 at 03:18 PM
The forms that I've created here were first done by code on my website. They are proprietary. Other healthcare providers have subscribed to use the forms I have created. Can I do that with the forms I have here?
As an example, I live in southern U.S., but others who use my forms live in other states like North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Kansas, California, etc. At present, they are still using the website versions. This allows their patients to complete and submit the form to that specific provider. I never see them and they are not kept in any sql db.
To continue, let's say you have an upcoming appointment with Dr. John Doe in California. Dr. Doe sends you email instructions to login to "his" Intake Form. You follow the instructions and submit the form. The form, in pdf format goes directly to Dr. Doe, so upon arrival for your appointment, Dr. Doe already has an understanding of your problem.
Again, is it possible to setup such a procedure using jotform?
- BenAnswered on October 30, 2014 at 03:53 PM
Yes, you should be able to setup jotforms in any manner that you would prefer and have the notifications sent to the doctor based on some selections.
A) Set one jotform for everyone and than based on the user input decide to whom to send the notification
B) Set up one jotform to hold everything that you need and clone it as many times as you'd like changing only the small details such as email addresses and thank you messages (if you are going to utilize them) to match the doctor/institution that the jotform is for.
The first one would mean that all submissions for all doctors are in the same table and the jotform would be a bit more complex, while the other would allow you to set everything once in fine details, but without complexity and in the same time every submission would be contained to a certain jotform (in case you need to give them access to submissions).
I hope that this answers your questions, but please, be free to ask away if there is anything unclear or if you have further questions.