Onward Vet, a leading provider of practice management software to veterinary clinics and hospitals, is pleased to announce the newest innovation of its cloud-based veterinary software: a client portal that allows pet owners to log on to their veterinarian’s office and print important documentation such as Rabies and Spay/Neuter Certificates, Vaccination Histories and Appointment Reminders. This feature will also allow pet owners to request veterinary appointments online.
Onward Vet’s innovative software has changed the way Veterinarians are managing their offices and medical records, by providing cloud-based software that doesn’t require an expensive purchase or in-house IT personnel. Veterinary hospital systems are able to manage patient records and appointments in an easy-to-use interface that can be used on a computer or tablet, and enables increased functionality for multi-hospital clinics as well.
The software’s latest development extends convenience to pet owners, enabling them to easily obtain copies of necessary records. Many of these documents are routinely required when boarding pets, or providing the mandatory proof of Rabies/Neuter/Spay to the
“By extending the functionality of our system to the clients of our veterinarian customers, we are relieving some of the workload of busy hospital staff members, who can then focus on patients requiring serious attention,” noted
Pet owners who need copies of documents or to make appointments will log in to the secure system, and be able to actively participate in managing the health of their pet. It will save them phone calls and trips to the vet when they need routine documents to prove that shots and other routine pet services are up to date.
To learn more about Onward Vet, visit the company’s website at http://www.onwardvet.com.
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