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Sort Labs by Received Date.

In the date/status column of PF lab reports, the date should be the received date of the specimen. The date PF uses is the reported date which can have many variable factors.

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  • Alan Levinstone MD commented  · 

    I think the reported date is most important since the patient will see the date I could first see the result. Other earlier dates will confuse the patient and cause the "Why did you not call me question?"

    Yes the labs should be sorted in reverse date order as they are on the patient portal and event box.

  • Dr ELAINE Ballard commented  · 

    Also, can the labs be put in chronological order, with most recent on top, not on bottom, so you don't have to scroll down to see most recent labs!

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