iOrthotics has developed a state-of-the-art ordering software platform, offering more transparency to our practitioners and clients with real-time tracking for every order. You can simply log in to their online dashboard to view patient scans, designs, scripts, order tracking, and billing details.
This has been instrumental in providing a seamless process in reducing lead times and improving orthotic quality.
- Features of our 3D foot scanning technology
- Access patient designs and prescription previews before printing
- Full step-by-step visibility
- Seamless integration & billing transparency
The iOrthotics scanning application
With efficiency for our clinicians as a top priority, we have simplified the scanning and ordering process for custom foot orthotics.
Our purpose-built scanning tool allows you to take scans and instantly upload them to the iOrthotics iOrder platform without the hassle of transferring files between computers. An order is created instantly, so you don’t lose track or forget to submit the order for your patient.
- No double-handling of information and ‘remembering to submit orders’
- Sign-in to your clinics’ iOrthotics account directly from the scanning tool
- Search for existing patients, or create a new patient
- Patient details are auto-populated into the scanning software
- Files are automatically uploaded to iOrthotics, and the order process is started instantly
Scanning App for iPad
With iOrthotic’s new iPad app, you can produce accurate models of your patients’ feet and upload them directly to your iOrthotics account* for a custom foot orthotic prescription. Using your Occipital Structure Sensor** attached to your iPad, the app allows you to create or select a patient then scan your patient’s feet easily and efficiently in a matter of minutes. Your scans, along with any additional photographs you provide, are then stored in your account for you to create a prescription from at a later time.
* You can only use this app if you have an account with iOrthotics.
** This iPad app requires a Structure Sensor by Occipital