One Size For All vs Adaptation

The problem with a one size for all system is having extra “shiny things” your office does not need. That, or missing important details entirely!

When it comes down to choosing a system for your practice, you need to not only analyze the best choice for what you need now, but what you may require as you continue to grow your practice. Times change and technology changes even faster; a system that works great at the moment may not be adapting continuously or evolving with your practice. If you are stuck with a system like this, it will become a hazard to your practice’s overall growth by hindering your progress.


Your Unique Footprint

Each office has a unique footprint, and the idea behind Digital Patient Chart is to create it in such a way in which it can fully mold and adapt to your practice’s footprint. It is not just a system, but a “living” thing that learns and advances with your practice.

The reason this is possible is by collecting data and learning from your patient and staff’s daily routine and habits. It will show you what needs improvement and what your strengths are. Looking through our past article of Why Analytics Matter can shed some light on just a few other possibilities you can use this data for and since this data is straight from your own office and patients, it is entirely unique to you.


Instant Fixes

Another key factor that plays into how Digital Patient Chart can adapt quickly, is that we have inside developers instead of third party. If your office needs something important added to their system’s features, we can do so quickly. Is there a small bug that needs fixing? A new feature your office needs as you grow? We got you…instantly! Time is extremely valuable to a practice and we do not want your time wasted. Plus, having our team react instantly to anything that needs to be fixed is another reason why our system can adapt so quickly – it will always be up to speed.

Systems that are a one size fit all seem to act on their own schedule entirely rather than adapting to yours; and if the system is relying on third party developers, the reaction time to fix something or add a new feature your practice needs is much slower.


Quality vs Quantity

Adapting to a practice’s unique footprint allows our system to analyze what you need and gives you the right features needed to make your practice successful. Having many things included in a system does not always mean they are the “right” things. As our system gathers data for you to use, you can see how all our features work together to give you the best result. If our system picks up something that needs to be added to improve your practice even further, we can create our own innovative solutions to fit your need.

Because your time is valuable, we also do not want to waste time on features that will not add any benefit to you. Every feature has a unique purpose for enhancing your patient’s and staff’s office experience, productivity, and overall branding.


Sometimes You Won’t Know What You Need, Until You Need It

We’ve all been there. We will invest in something to help our business and will not realize we are missing something until a time hits us when we have that sudden realization we do need a certain something. A system that does not adapt will not be able to add specific essential features, especially if it is made from a third party developer where they may be more limited on following through user suggestions.

A system that can adapt will be open to hearing what you need, when you need it. Most times we will never know what else could help us until we have had some time to use the system for a while and experience certain patterns throughout the use. Because of this, we are open to suggestions 24/7 and our in house developers remove limitations that a system with third party developers may experience.

We value your ideas, because no one knows your practice more than yourself. Depending on your location, you may not experience the same issue an office at a different location experiences. Our system is not only made with those who have experience in working for chiropractic offices and tested in large successful practices, but is completely open to learning the patterns of others around the globe.


Our System Shapes Around You, You Don’t Shape Around Our System

Some systems that are not adaptive “fight” with you a bit. They do not slip on like a glove and require some fiddling. With a system that adapts, it learns from you and shapes around your practice.

This makes it easier to learn and transfer to if you are new to our system. It is made to feel natural to your practice.

Our team of developers not only work to make the features feel natural, but the user experience overall. If something ever feels off, we want to hear about it! We believe a system should feel natural so it feels like it is entirely part of your office. The Digital Patient Chart system is quick at responding to your inputs so there is no feel of awkward “delay”, which in turn makes it feel unnatural and cause tasks to take longer to complete if the system stutters. The transition from one task to another using the system is also smooth, seamlessly reacting to what you need to get done.


If you are looking for a system to fit your chiropractic office needs, feel free to contact us at any time and have a chat! We would love to hear what your goals are for your chiropractic office and can talk about what Digital Patient Chart can do specifically for you.