Helping to screen and monitor patients with Floreys.
Medical and administrative surveys can help healthcare professionals screen and monitor patients by collecting simple, structured responses about their health and wellbeing. They can also help GP practices secure QOF funding. At Accurx, we call our patient questionnaires ‘Floreys’.
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It’s a question we’re sometimes asked – so where did the name come from? Floreys were named after Sir Howard Walter Florey, a pharmacologist and pathologist who developed penicillin alongside Sir Ernst Chain and Sir Alexander Fleming. At Accurx, we love all things health, technology and innovation, and we like to celebrate and remember those who have been pioneers in these fields. Our office meeting rooms are even named after some of these people. Why not read our blog about this?
You can find our Florey questionnaire templates in the search bar when creating a new message to an individual patient. We have a step-by-step guide to show you how. You can also find them within Batch Messaging.
Florey Plus users can create their own Custom Floreys within the ‘Manage Organisation’ page by selecting ‘Manage templates’. We have a step-by-step guide to show you how to do this.
Yes! When sending a batch message to a cohort of patients, you have the option to select ‘SMS’, ‘Florey’ or ‘Self-Book’. Select Florey to add the questionnaire you need. We have more information about this in our support centre.
If you have received a text with a ‘florey’ hyperlink, your practice is likely using Accurx. If you are unsure for any reason, please contact your GP practice directly to confirm the questionnaire was sent to you.