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Your practice may have recently merged with another practice in your area or are due to merge in the near future. When practices merge, there are a few steps that need to be taken to make sure that your eConsult service is not disrupted. The website and list size of the merging practices will determine how the eConsult banner is given to the practices. If your practice is due to merge please read through the following guide.


Options to merge

Please have a read through the following options to see which best fits your practice merge.

Option 1

  • Shared website OR two separate websites

  • Shared List Size

  • Shared ODS code

  • Shared Clinical System

One eConsult account to be created meaning all eConsults will be delivered to 1 generic email address/clinical system.

The same eConsult banner to be added to all websites associated to the sites.

eConsult usage will be collated for all sites together and not separately.

Option 2

  • Separate List Size

  • Separate Website

  • Separate ODS Code

  • Separate Clinical System

Two separate eConsult accounts to be created. Or if both sites already have eConsult then we would not need to change anything.

A separate banner to be added to the websites associated to the sites.

eConsult usage will be collated and sent separately to the sites.

Next Steps

Please contact us at practice.support@econsult.health with the following information so we can ensure your eConsult account is set up to support your merge.

  1. Let us know which of the above options best fits your practice merge (if your merge does not fit the above options please let us know the following information and the workflow of the practice merge and our team will ensure our system is updated to best fit your new workflow)

  2. Provide the following details so the team can ensure your eConsult account is set up correctly.

    • ODS code

    • List Size

    • Website

    • Practice/Branch site name and address

    • Clinical System and if this is shared across sites


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