Engagement makes it easy and convenient to sign forms electronically. That means no more printing and hassle with physical paperwork! Save a default signature that can be used anytime and across multiple locations (if needed).
By default, users that are setup in the Doctor role will have access to sign forms electronically in Engagement without additional setup required. In order to enable the Electronic Signatures for other user types (Office Manager, Hygienist, or Dental Assistant), you will need to reach out to our support team.
Watch the short video below for an overview of how to setup and add electronic signatures in Engagement:
Setup Users to Sign Forms in Settings
If there are other users other than Doctors who need access to sign forms, you will need to update user settings for those team members. Follow the steps below to get your user settings updated.
Access Settings by clicking the gear icon in the upper right hand corner
Click into the Users tab
Select the Edit button under the needed User
Scroll to the Position Role drop down menu and select the applicable role: Doctor, Office Manager, Hygienist, or Dental Assistant
Once you have selected the Role, scroll to the bottom of the user settings and click the Can Sign Forms check box
Click Save User
How to Sign Documents Electronically
Now that the signing team members have been setup correctly, it's time to start signing forms.
Follow the steps below to begin signing forms electronically:
To add a default signature, first navigate to the Inbox on the left side menu of Engagement. Filter the patients list by clicking on the Forms filter type.
Click Sign Document on a patient that has an outstanding form that requires a signature.
Add your electronic signature to sign the form. If this is your first time signing forms, click the checkbox to Save as Default Signature. This will save and populate your signature the next time you need to sign a form. If you already have a default signature saved, you will see the You are using your default signature verbiage.