Category Archives: Informative

Digital Pen Based Prescription Writing Software

Are you looking for a Digital Pen based Prescription writing software? You don’t want to change your habit of writing a prescription? No worries. You have come to the write place.

We will provide you a solution that works like digital pen and still doesn’t require to pay a hefty sum to keep it running.

We call it MyOPD Laser. Watch how it works on YouTube

Checkout a short intro video on YouTube

MyOPD – Helping Doctors build online presence

Online Presence

Times have changed. Businesses today require online presence. People search everything on internet. Do you look for the reviews of a Restaurant before you pay a visit? Most of us do.

How will MyOPD Help me build online presence?

  1. MyOPD will assist you to setup your online presence
  2. MyOPD will help you seek reviews from your clients so that you keep improving your online presence at a button’s click.

Here is how Dr. Mayuresh Joshi created his online presence by seeking reviews from clients with the help of MyOPD

List shown by Google

Here, Panvel is the city in which Dr. Mayuresh Joshi practices. Whether you get at the top of the list or not depends on Google. However, you can seek reviews from your patients and let Google do its own job.

We will help you build your online reputation. However, before doing that, let us understand some theory behind it. Continue reading

Did you try BHIM app?

Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) is an app introduced by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to facilitate money transfer between individuals based on UPI (Unified Payments Interface). Do not worry more about the technical details. We will explain these below.

In this post, we see how Doctors can make use of it and actually participate in a wave of creating a mobile revolution by educating their patients to pay through it.

We will see why to use BHIM and all the other details in the post later. For now, the objective is to get you started on BHIM.

Prior to installing BHIM, you need

  • Android Smartphone
  • Bank account in one of the Major Banks which currently support UPI on which BHIM works
  • Your mobile number linked to your Bank account (which is true in most cases now)

Installing BHIM

  • Download the BHIM app from Playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.org.npci.upiapp&hl=en
  • Follow instructions, it is very simple. The app will auto-detect the Bank accounts against which your mobile number is linked
  • You will be required to set a Code to access this App. This is to safeguard you so that no one else, who has your phone, will be able to access BHIM app without this code. Set this 4 digit code.
  • Once done, you will have a payment address as [email protected] where, XXX is your phone number.

Setting UPI PIN

This is additional level of security. You will have to set this code to make transactions work. When you want to pay someone, you will have to enter this 4 digit code, much like your ATM pin. To set this code you will need your Debit Card, that’s it.

How will your clients pay you?

Ask clients to Dial *99# and follow instructions. This payment method will work even when there is no internet on the client’s phone. The client must have done the basics of setting up the UPI transaction password for his / her account. That’s it, the money would directly get transferred from client’s bank account to your bank account. This service is available on All Days at All times. No holidays, nothing!

Then why BHIM?

The next question you may ask is, why do I need BHIM if everything can be done by *99# on a phone?

BHIM or for that matter any other UPI complaint app puts a UI to the *99# service. You can see the list of paid transactions, pending transactions and so on in a much better way. Also, you clients are less like to enter a wrong phone number using the BHIM app than the *99# service.

Further, you can print the QR code like the one below and have your clients scan it and pay using the BHIM app. However, this feature would require internet on your client’s phone.

Sample QR Code

Sample QR Code

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transaction charges

As of writing this post, there are no transaction charges on the transferred amount from NPCI. Charges may be applied in future.

Let’s go cashless and contribute our bit to Digital India.

 

MyOPD – Now with Punjabi and Bengali Prescriptions!

We are excited to announce the availability of Punjabi and Bengali Prescription support in MyOPD.

Here are sample Prescriptions generated from MyOPD.

Sample Punjabi Prescription generated by MyOPD

Sample Punjabi Prescription generated by MyOPD

 

bengali-prescription

Sample Bengali Prescription Generated by MyOPD

 

About MyOPD: MyOPD is a Software for Doctors. Start your FREE Trial today! You can download the software directly from http://www.myopd.in/ and try it out. Drop a mail to [email protected] and we will be happy to help.

Demonitisation – Keeping track of payments

Demonitisation - Rs. 2000 New Currency Notes in India

Rs. 2000 New Currency Notes in India

Payments is a challenge Doctors and Patients are facing as a result of Demonitisation. With the Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 gone, digital payments are certainly the way forward. However, till the systems get set, Doctors require a way to give credits to their patients so that Patients can pay later and Doctors don’t lose track of who hasn’t paid.

MyOPD allows Doctors to track credit given to Patients by using the Outstanding Payment feature. Doctors can accept zero or part payment. Balance would then reflect in the Patient’s account which can be settled on either the next visit or any time later.

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World Pneumonia Day – 12th November

12th November was celebrated as the World Pneumonia Day. Dr Poonam Sambhaji, a Pediatrician in Goa and a client of MyOPD was mentioned in the news of Marathi Daily Newspaper – Lokmat. The article is in Marathi and provides insights on Pneumonia.

Child Pneumonia status in Goa

Check what Pediatricians in Goa think about status of Pneumonia

Disclaimer: MyOPD does not endorse any political views in the article. The sole objective of the article is to read medical details provided for the benefit of their child.