During patient interviews you often ask their name, their birthday or if they know the time or date. Introducing the dynamic variables in conversation, you won't need to manually specify (and then continuously maintain) responses your patient is giving.
Name and age will derive from the basic information about the patient.
When inquiring about the date, the time or the current location, your patient will be able to give a relevant and real time response.
Dynamic variables you can use in conversation
<name>; <fullname> responds with the patient's full name (e.g. Judith Condor)
<firstname> responds with the patient's first name (e.g. Judith)
<lastname> responds with the patient's last name (e.g. Condor)
<age> responds with the [AGE] specified under Patient Editor - Basics (e.g. 38)
<birthday> responds with April 11th
<dob> responds with the year reflecting [AGE] (e.g. April 11th, 1980)
<city> responds with the current city location based on IP address location
<county> responds with the current state based on IP address location
<date> responds with the date (day, e.g. 21st)
<month> responds with the current month (e.g. November)
<day> responds with the day of the week (e.g. Monday)
<season> responds with the current season (e.g. Spring)
<time> responds with the current time (e.g. 10:25AM)
Voices reflecting the age of the patient
Defining the age and the gender settings of the scenario reflects in the voice of that patient.
1-15 yrs patient speaks with young girl voice
16-34 yrs patient speaks with young adult male/female voice
35-44 yrs patient speaks with adult male/female voice
45-64 yrs patient speaks with middle aged male/female voice
65-99 yrs patient speaks with senior male/female voice