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    Resolved  ·  Aliza responded

    Hi everyone – As of 11/17/17, patients are able to attach files and hyperlinks to messages that they send to their provider from within the patient portal. When received in the EHR, these files and hyperlinks can be saved as documents to attach to the patient chart.

    For more information on handling patient message attachments, please see our Knowledge Base article here:

    https://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/483766-how-do-i-use-patient-messaging

    Liz commented  · 

    Patients can now send us attachments, but it would be helpful if we could securely send attachments to our patients through the Patient Portal (superbills, letters, etc). Otherwise, there is no way to securely send these documents to our patients. Now that Practice Fusion is a paid subscription, I do not want to have to pay for a separate encryption service to send documents to my patients.

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