UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) are closely related but distinct concepts. UI refers to the visual and interactive elements of a website or app that users interact with, while UX refers to the overall experience a user has while using a website or app, including the UI elements as well as the usability, accessibility, and emotional response.

To put it simply, UI is what the user sees and interacts with on the screen, while UX is how the user feels about the whole experience. UI designers are responsible for designing the visual elements, such as colors, typography, icons, buttons, and other design elements that create a visual language for the user interface. On the other hand, UX designers focus on understanding user behavior, user needs, and the overall flow of the website or app to create a positive experience for the user.

RxCheckIn allows daily, secure and convenient communication with your patient that allows both a provider and the patient to keep in touch and recover safely at home.

1) Educate patients to the risks of opioids and surgery. Using RxCheckIn will help you fulfill state laws and check the controlled substance database for all your patients taking opioids. 2) Survey templates allow you to get started right away or you can customize and create your own. Measure daily milligram morphine equivalents (MME) consumed, side effects of medications, patient satisfaction and risks for post operative infections. 3) Daily surveys take 2-3 minutes to complete and allow the patient to give real time updates on their recovery. RxCheckIn analyzes the data and alerts the provider if intervention is needed. 4)The Dashboard allows the provider and office staff to monitor pain levels, opioid consumption and progress through recovery. Our data helps you avoid costly complications after surgery due to pain, opioid misuse, nausea and wound infections.