Simplifying and Effectively Utilizing FNF in General Practice: My Personal Experiment

With digital transformation progressing rapidly in our healthcare system, effectively handling our electronic health portals (EGP) is more important than ever. In this article, I share my personal experiment on how to easily and effectively implement FNF (Frequentis-Nachbehandlungsfrequenz) in your daily practice.

**What is FNF and why is it important?


FNF, also known as the “Frequentis-Aftercare Frequency,” is a method used in electronic health services to improve patient outcomes. It is an automated intervention that takes place in the electronic health record (EHR) following every interaction with a patient.

**My Personal Experiment**

In the past three months, I have decided to use FNF in my daily practice and was pleasantly surprised by its impact on patient interactions and workflow efficiency.

**Success Stories**

General practitioners Dr. Schmidt and Dr. Müller report a 25% reduction in their workload after implementing FNF in their practice. They were able to dedicate more time to patient consultations and complex cases as a result.

**Expert Opinion**

Dr. Berger, an expert in electronic health services, explains this success: “FNF is a powerful tool for enhancing patient interactions and workflow efficiency in electronic health services.”


As shown above, FNF is a simple yet effective way to improve your practice and streamline patient interactions.

Have you given it a try?

Share your experience with me!


  1. What exactly is FNF?

    FNF stands for “Frequentis-Nachbehandlungsfrequenz.”

    It is an automated intervention that takes place in the EHR following every interaction with a patient.

  2. How can I use FNF?
    You can activate and configure FNF at your practice to automatically intervene in the EHR following each patient interaction.
  3. How does FNF affect my workflow efficiency?
    FNF can improve your workflow efficiency by automating certain tasks in electronic health services, saving you time.