Save 10 minutes per visit

The Cydoc Smart Patient Intake Form© generates clinically relevant notes BEFORE patient appointments - so you already know the HPI/Subjective when you walk in. Enjoy streamlined visits and less time spent writing notes.

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EASY Steps

How Cydoc works

We offer a Smart Patient Intake Form© that generates medical notes based on the patient's chief complaints.

Patient accesses the form

Before a visit, a patient accesses the Cydoc form on their phone, tablet, or computer.

Patient completes the intake form

The Cydoc form asks targeted questions based on your patients' chief complaints
to collect key clinical information.

The note gets to you before the patient

Cydoc's software transforms the Q&A into a ready-to-go note available before the visit, so you can save time on history-taking and note writing!

We save time
so you can save lives.

Intuitive interface



Intuitive interface



Our Features

Easy to use

We write the HPI/subjective

Cydoc leverages medical reasoning to interview the patient and craft a focused note.

Enjoy streamlined visits

Cydoc's clinically relevant note streamlines the patient's visit and saves time on history-taking.

Compatible with all EHRs

Cydoc notes can be copy and pasted into any EHR system with a single click.

Clinically relevant

Cydoc's generated notes are clinically relevant, with the HPI you need to see for each patient - no more, no less!

Any outpatient setting

130+ chief complaints

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Generated notes

Our vision

We envision a future where intelligent software automates documentation and administrative tasks. Our generated notes streamline visits and make documentation easier.

3x faster
note completion
8+ hours
saved every week
accuracy guaranteed

Generated Note

Monitors blood glucose at home. Uses finger prick and test strips. Fasting blood glucose 80 to 110. Nonfasting blood glucose 140 to 160. Checks blood sugar 3 times in 24 hours. Reports hypoglycemia episode. Experienced hypoglycemia symptoms: dizziness, headaches, and nausea. Reports numbness and tingling. Has had a foot exam and a dental exam this year. Has not had a diabetic eye exam.


Generated Note

Reports difficulty with falling asleep and staying asleep. Sleeps 7 hours per night. Reports snoring. Does not feel refreshed when they wake up. Feels sleepy during the day. Takes melatonin to help with sleep.

Upper Respiratory Infection

Generated Note

Reports sore throat, rhinorrhea, cough, sinus congestion, sneezing, and body aches. Fever to 101 degrees. Patient measured temperature with a thermometer. Started 3 days ago. Recent sick contacts. History of asthma and allergies.


Generated Note

Reports leg swelling. Denies abdominal pain, chest pain, dyspnea, or weakness. Family history of heart disease before age 50 in male relatives and heart disease before age 60 in female relatives. Not currently smoking. Reports diet changes to try to reduce BP. Exercises 3x per week.


Generated Note

Monitors BP from home. Home systolic is 130 to 140. Home diastolic is 70 to 80. Weight increased over the past year. Patient currently drinking alcohol.

Urinary Symptoms/UTI

Generated Note

Reports dysuria and burning with urination. Reports fever and loss of appetite. Denies chills, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, fatigue, muscle cramps, pruritus, or confusion. Urine is light yellow and cloudy. Patient is sexually active.

Abdominal Pain

Generated Note

Abdominal pain started 3 days ago. Gets better with resting. Gets worse with moving around and eating. Abdominal pain is constant. Location: diffuse. Right now abdominal pain is 7 out of 10. At its worst, abdominal pain is 9 out of 10. Sharp. Crampy and piercing. Does not radiate. Reports fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue. Reports prior abdominal surgery.


Generated Note

Location: forehead, cheeks, chin, and back. Associated with scarring. Started when patient was 14 years old. Acne changes with menstruation. Patient reports irregular periods, weight gain, painful periods, excess body hair, and oily skin. Has not tried acne treatments before.

Joint Pain

Generated Note

Right now joint pain is 5 out of 10. At its worst, joint pain is 7 out of 10. Joint pain in finger, wrist, and toe. Symmetric. Most pain in the evening. Gets worse with activity. Reports joint stiffness, joint swelling, joints changing shape, and restricted joint movement. Denies nodules on their joints. Reports weakness. Denies fever, muscle pain, muscle cramps, fatigue, weight loss, night sweats, or rash. Family history of OA. No prior joint injury. Daily activities involve heavy lifting.

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