Email & Text Message your appointment reminders

KIP MediWeb™ version 1.91 includes a new EMAIL and TEXT MESSAGING feature.

You can send emails and text messages as appointment reminders to your patients.
You can also send an email to a single patient directly from the Patient Information screen.

Simply select SEND APPOINTMENT REMINDERS from the new Actions menu, select the appointment dates for which you want to send reminders, and click SEND.


Patients instantly get a reminder on their phone or in their inbox.

Patients can opt out of either email or appointment reminders by unchecking the box in the CONTACT tab on the right half of the Patient Information screen.

Please feel free to use this feature FREE until December 1, 2014.

If you decide you like this service, you can continue for only $20 per month.

(Please note that other services charge $299 per month for this feature)

Enjoy trying out this new feature.

PLEASE NOTE: the email feature works on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

For right now, the text messaging only works on Mac and Linux (Windows compatibility will be updated shortly).

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