Export Photos

Export Photos




To export photos in the RxPhoto app, start in the photos section of the client's record. Choose the photos you want to export by first tapping select at the top of the screen, then tapping the photos. Tap the ellipsis at the top right of the screen, then choose Export. You'll see a warning because the Apple share methods aren't HIPAA compliant. Tap proceed and the options will appear. You can save, email, print and share the photos in a number of ways. To export securely, use the Share images via RxPortal as shown in another video.



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