Flow charts are needed to keep track of all manner of ongoing issues. For example, health maintenence: colonoscopy, mamogram, ekg, etc.343 votes
As of 8/20/2015, we are excited to announce that we have deployed Flowsheets and a massive expansion of the types of vital signs that can be entered and viewed longitudinally for patients in the EHR.
You can read about flowsheets and vital sign expansion here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/515826-how-do-i-use-flowsheets
Often, more than one blood pressure reading is taken during a visit. For example, if a patient needs to be assessed for dehydration, or if the BP is very high. There needs to be a way to enter more than one BP reading, including whether it was taken standing, sitting, or lying, and in which arm.276 votes
As you have probably noticed, you can now manage multiple vital signs, including additional blood pressures for the same encounter, by adding rows and columns to the flowsheet.
You can discover how to add vitals to flowsheets here:
I have a simple request... I love flowsheets so far, but I cannot add serum uric acid to my flowsheets. It is such a common test, but I cannot follow it like the other tests.
Hi. The vital sign section needs to be more prominent. The font is very faint, and you care barely see the heading for each box.22 votes
We have overhauled the way that vital signs are displayed in the chart note, which included making them more legible.
You can read about flowsheets here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/515826-how-do-i-use-flowsheets
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