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Dental Office Waiver Form

Explorer ,
Feb 21, 2023 Feb 21, 2023

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I have a web design client, a dentist who is requesting a PDF form which he intends to use as a waiver for his patients to sign, before undergoing dental procedures.

 

The intended workflow for the document would be:

 

  1. Doctor explains to the patient the procedure that will be performed on them.

  2. Doctor hands a tablet with a blank copy of the form to the patient, which they have to fill out with their name, date and e-mail, then write their initials on each of the ten clauses, finally proceeding to sign and clicking on a button to submit the form.

  3. A copy gets sent to the patient, and another copy gets sent to the clinic for their records.

 

Is a field where they could add their signature using their finger or tablet pen possible? Or would they need to sign by typing in their name once again?

 

Considering that the doctor wouldn't send the form to the patient over email, but would instead provide a blank copy preloaded in a tablet, what would be the ideal method to store the form?

Host it on a section of the clinic website?

Or would it make more sense to keep the PDF in the clinic's tablet?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 22, 2023 Feb 22, 2023

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Hi @SergioVO 

 

Hope you are doing well and thanks for reaching out.

 

To sign a PDF document or form, you can type, draw, or insert an image of your handwritten signature. You can also add text, such as your name, company, title, or the date. When you save the document, the signature and text become part of the PDF.

 

For more info, please go through the help page https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/signing-pdfs.html

 

Regards

Amal

 

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Feb 26, 2024 Feb 26, 2024

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For a similar Medical purpose and facility, I used:

  • blank forms (pdf)
  • started and stored in SharePoint (secure and PDF as a template (read-only) to force the new one everytime.
  • Doctor has a tablet (MS Surface) to allow typing and 'finger signing'
  • Button to save and process (email...)

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Mar 07, 2024 Mar 07, 2024

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