Can we link the Alerts box found in the Additional Info on the Patient tab with the one on the Make Appointment page on the Schedule tab?
I wouldn't like it as a permanent link. I like the pop up on the schedule page. We use the alert box there for things like 'no refraction today' and 'diabetic packet given'. Those could add up if they all filled up the alerts box. Are you thinking for it to show in that box instead of as a pop up?
Don't let what you can't do keep you from doing what you can do!
When my staff makes an appointment and enters an Alert in that box, I'd like to see it pop up when I open my medical records instead of going into the Additional Info tab and re-entering that information so it does pop up. Otherwise, I have to go into the Make Appointment window under Scheduling in order to see that alert. When I get busy, I'm just going from one record to the next and I miss these Alerts.
Is it possible to create in the defaults the option to run either based on a checkbox or such?
Post by friscoeyeassociates on Nov 4, 2017 8:45:05 GMT -6
So, I know this may not be a perfect solution, but I do think its at least better than what you are currently having to do. You can create a new button for your record (I would probably recommend adding the button on the first Tab of your record, maybe next to Chief Complaint, since that is usually what the Alert on schedule page would be referring to). You can program this button using the Crystal Pre-Programed command for "Appointments". (See picture below for reference on programming button). Once the button is programmed you can then click on it and it pulls up an appointment dialog box (See second picture below for reference). I recommend selecting the small "Load Appt Window" radio button on bottom right of dialog box, rather than selecting "Load Schedule".. If "Load Appt Window" is selected, you can click on todays appointment and the appointment dialog box pops up within the medical record so you can view the notes without ever leaving the record, as you can see in the photo. Hope this helps