**To post patient appointment data to an automated calling service called “Tavoca??. Tavoca will then make calls and based on the patients response (confirm, cancel, reschedule) create a file for us to upload. We will then upload the file and update the “[url removed, login to view]? file located on our server. (structure to [url removed, login to view] attached).There are actually 2 different parts to this request.
Part 1 is to post tomorrows appointment reminders to Tavoca. This will be done at a specific time each [url removed, login to view] will extract basic information from the [url removed, login to view] file such as name, phone, doctor number, appt date and time, etc and send it to Tavoca. Tavoca will make the calls using our data and upon completion leave a file for us to upload. We will need to grab this data at a specific time each evening then update [url removed, login to view]
Part 2 is real time missed appointment reminders.
Our medical software will update the [url removed, login to view] file by changing the kept value (position 124-125) of the record to missed. Any record with a value of missed and time > 15 minutes will be sent to Tavoca for a missed appointment call. Tavoca will then call the patient. It will also poll them (cancel, reschedule, etc). We will grab the file and update [url removed, login to view] accordingly. We will need to check Tavoca server every 5(?) minutes?
MISC-We will need some type of admin panel for settings such as "no-call" patients, time to send reminder apptsfor tomorrowtients, number of minutes to wait before sending missed appointment file, Interval of minutes to check for missed appt file from Tavoca. I envision that the program will be password protected and installed on our server’s shared drive (which is where [url removed, login to view] resides). However, the receptionist, will need access to add no call patients.
We have assistance from Tavoca regarding any support issues.
Attached file has data structure of [url removed, login to view]
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Must be written using VB for use on windows XP and 2003 server.