View, skip, and complete client intake forms

After having your clients fill out forms you've created online, you are able to view the status and responses of these forms. You can also make direct edits and updates to these forms, and fill out forms on your clients' behalf, for example if they are in a session with you, or set up a station in your office for clients to complete forms before an in-person session with you. You can also enable notifications to be sent to you when clients start and complete their intake form process, and skip forms for clients.


View a client's intake forms

Navigate to Client > Charting > Forms to view forms that have been requested by you, forms that have been completed by the client, and forms that are in-progress / skipped. You are able to send clients a reminder nudge to complete a form that you've already requested. 

You can also use the "Search" option to quickly locate a client's form. 


Filter a client's intake forms (In Development!)

Within Client > Charting > Forms, you are able to further filter down the Forms list to easily be able to view whichever forms you'd like to reference. You can filter by:

  1. Form Status: Incomplete, Completed, and/or Not Started
  2. Form Type: Requested Forms, Recurring Forms, Intake Forms, and/or Program Forms
  3. Provider Name(s) or All Providers


Viewing Form History for Individual Forms (In Development!)

As Healthie currently enables organizations to manually send forms to clients and set up triggers so that forms are automatically sent to clients, we are currently working on making it easier for you to see how and when a client receives a form.

You can view Form History by clicking Action (...) > View History on a listed Form.

The first Form History log entry can triggered by any one of the following workflows:

  • A form is sent to a client via a Form Request
  • A form is sent to a client as part of an Appointment Automation
  • A form is sent to a client as part of an Intake Flow
  • A client has opened a form that has been sent to them
  • A client has updated a form that has been sent to them

Note: Form opened and form updated log entries refer to the form that has been sent to the client, not the form Template.

We have included a few examples of Form History logs below.

In the event that there is no Form History data available due to this particular Form being created prior to Form History being recorded, you will see the following window when you try to access your Form History log:


Fill out forms on your client's behalf

There may be an instance in which you'd like to complete a form on behalf of your client. For example, if you are meeting with a client and they have not yet completed their intake forms, you are able to complete their forms for them. Select the form you'd like to complete on behalf of the client, and you'll be able to fill out open fields. This is done through  Client > Charting > View Intake Forms. 


Skip an intake form on behalf of your client

If you'd like to skip an intake form request that has already been sent to your client, navigate to:  Client > Charting > View Intake Forms > Select Form Dropdown (e.g., Not Started) > Skip for Client.

Your client will no longer be prompted to complete this form. If they log in and view their Forms, they will see this form as "Skipped" and still be able to complete it, if you'd like them to at a later point.

Relatedly, you may want to make an entire form or entire intake flow not required for your clients, such that they are able to skip forms themselves when logging into a session with you. To do this, please make forms on your intake flow optional


Delete a requested form 

If you'd like to delete an intake form that you requested through Request Form Completion, navigate to:  Client > Charting > View Intake Forms > Select Form Dropdown (e.g., Not Started) > Delete Request.

*Forms that were requested through Request Form Completion can only be deleted. Forms that are part of an intake flow cannot be deleted, only skipped. 

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