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  • Re: Medical History Summary - Pick a sort!

    I try to search on subjects before posting, but somehow missed that there are planned changes to sorting slated for the v3.0.2 incremental release. Looking forward to that.Used the Medical History Summary for my ''new patient'' visit to my new PCP. They were thrilled to have the report, less thrilled with the way it was sorted, but still, over ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on April 2, 2018
  • Discharge date for multi-day visits

    It would be nice to be able to track the discharge date and time for hospitalizations and other multi-day visits. Default discharge to same as visit date. Default discharge time to same as visit time if blank.
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on April 2, 2018
  • Medical History Summary - Pick a sort!

    Concerns- Active: leads with date, sorted ascending alphabetically- Past: leads with date, sorted descending by dateMedications- Active: leads with date, sorted ascending alphabetically- Past: leads with date, sorted ascending alphabeticallyDevices- Active: leads with date, sorted ascending alphabeticallyEmergency Contacts - specified list ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Lab Test visit type

    This relates back to my post on user-specified drop list values. Increasingly, practices and hospitals are sending patients to free-standing labs for various lab draws and imaging. Employers are also sending employees to such facilities for random drug testing and workers comp claims. Right now, I have an upcoming appointment where I'll be going to
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Visit location

    I don't know about anywhere else, but around here, a number of hospitals have merged, becoming one overarching hospital with multiple locations. Both hospitals and some of the larger practices in the area have opened satellite facilities, as well. Since we have the ability to add multiple, named locations for each contact, shouldn't we be able to ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Summer Camp and Activities Form

    This is a very useful snapshot of current medical information, useful for more than summer camp and school activities. Others have suggested renaming it. I think giving it a more generic name, like ''Current Medical Brief'' and providing for an optional, user-specified sub-title where the user might specify who it is for or its purpose, might ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Name suffix vs post-nomial abbreviation

    There are name suffixes (e.g., Jr., Sr., III). There are post-nomial abbreviations for degrees, licenses, and certifications (e.g., M.D., PhD, F.N.P., LPC, LPN, etc.). it is possible for someone to have either or both, and for both to be necessary in the Contact entry to differentiate between father and son in the same practice. John Doe, M.D., and
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • User-specified drop list values

    Many fields have drop list controls. Examples include name prefixes and suffixes. units of measure in test results, frequency in medications, Religion in Basic Information, and many more. Most have an ellipsis selection to support user-supplied values. In some cases, the user-supplied value becomes a valid entry in the list as long as there is a ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Typo in balloon help

    In the Views menu on the left of the screen, mouseover 'Planning' and a help balloon pops up. In this help text, the word 'example' is spelled 'exmaple.'
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
  • Scientific notation in test results?

    I have a CBC drawn at least once a month. The WBC and some other results come back as very large numbers per liter, expressed in scientific notation (e.g., 7.0 10e9/L). How should results like these be entered (both the value itself and the unit of measure)?
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by Mindsurfer on March 26, 2018
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