Phone system for doctors – Optimize call flow in busy mornings
Get to grips with the busy mornings that can occur in any medical center. There can be a lot of patients trying to get through at the same time on the phone. It’s about getting patients through properly and getting call flow in the best possible way so patients don’t call in vain. We specialize in 3CX and tailor-made solutions within business telephony, and we are happy to help your medical practice get a handle on the telephony. We offer a phone system for medical centers that contains many useful functions for doctors and medical secretaries. Among other things, we can help you; digital receptionist (key menu), opening hours, queue system, ability to keep queued space, waiting music, ability to record conversations, and lots of shortcut keys for increased efficiency regarding data entry.
No medical centers are the same, and therefore the telephone system should not necessarily be. We strive to meet your needs so that you can get the most out of your telephone system.
3CX is a modern, easy-to-manage software-based PBX that includes a wealth of features at a competitive price. 3CX replaces the traditional proprietary hardware PBX. The phone system is based on the SIP standard and supports the most popular SIP phones, VoIP Gateways, VoIP providers, as well as regular PSTN phone lines. It is easy to manage the 3CX system for system administrators, as it is integrated with the general Windows network infrastructure.
3CX calculates their licenses by a number of simultaneous conversations. This means that it can be difficult to set prices and sizes of license if you do not know the necessary capacity of your company. We have many years of experience with 3CX licenses, SIP trunks, and number of SIP lines to be selected for the different industries and types of companies. Our experience tells us that when we talk to doctors, the long call queues that can occur on Monday mornings must be taken into account. Therefore, in some cases, it may be worth having 4 or 6 SIP lines per telephone responder.