What screenings, interventions or assessments are shared with the patient?

In your patient's Patient Fusion (patient portal) account, they will be able to see Screenings, Interventions, and Assessments that have been performed after they have been added to the encounter note. The complete list of events that may be shared is available below. Note: Sensitive events, e.g. depression screenings, will not be shared via the patient portal.


Additional resources
For information on how to document Screenings/Interventions/Assessments in your patient's chart, see What are Screenings, Interventions, and Assessments?
To learn more about which parts of the chart are associated with Meaningful Use, see How do the components of a chart note relate to Meaningful Use?

Screenings/Interventions/Assessments that are shared when performed
  • Introduction of needle or intracatheter; arteriovenous shunt created for dialysis (cannula, fistula, or graft) 
  • Introduction of needle and/or catheter, arteriovenous shunt created for dialysis (graft/fistula); initial access with complete radiological evaluation of dialysis access, including fluoroscopy, image documentation and report (includes access of shunt, injection[s] of contrast, and all necessary imaging from the arterial anastomosis and adjacent artery through entire venous outflow including the inferior or superior vena cava) 
  • Introduction of needle and/or catheter, arteriovenous shunt created for dialysis (graft/fistula); additional access for therapeutic intervention (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) 
  • Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); vein to vein 
  • Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); arteriovenous, external (Scribner type) 
  • Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); arteriovenous, external revision, or closure 
  • Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; by upper arm cephalic vein transposition 
  • Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; by upper arm basilic vein transposition 
  • Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; by forearm vein transposition 
  • Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; direct, any site (eg, Cimino type) (separate procedure) 
  • Thrombectomy, open, arteriovenous fistula without revision, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) 
  • Revision, open, arteriovenous fistula; without thrombectomy, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) 
  • Revision, open, arteriovenous fistula; with thrombectomy, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; with gastric bypass and Roux-en-Y gastroenterostomy (roux limb 150 cm or less) 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; with gastric bypass and small intestine reconstruction to limit absorption 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; placement of adjustable gastric restrictive device (eg, gastric band and subcutaneous port components) 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; revision of adjustable gastric restrictive device component only 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; removal of adjustable gastric restrictive device component only 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; removal and replacement of adjustable gastric restrictive device component only 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical, gastric restrictive procedure; removal of adjustable gastric restrictive device and subcutaneous port components 
  • Gastric restrictive procedure, without gastric bypass, for morbid obesity; vertical-banded gastroplasty 
  • Gastric restrictive procedure, without gastric bypass, for morbid obesity; other than vertical-banded gastroplasty 
  • Gastric restrictive procedure with partial gastrectomy, pylorus-preserving duodenoileostomy and ileoileostomy (50 to 100 cm common channel) to limit absorption (biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch) 
  • Gastric restrictive procedure, with gastric bypass for morbid obesity; with short limb (150 cm or less) Roux-en-Y gastroenterostomy 
  • Gastric restrictive procedure, with gastric bypass for morbid obesity; with small intestine reconstruction to limit absorption 
  • Revision, open, of gastric restrictive procedure for morbid obesity, other than adjustable gastric restrictive device (separate procedure) 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, without proctectomy; with ileostomy or ileoproctostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, without proctectomy; with continent ileostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, without proctectomy; with rectal mucosectomy, ileoanal anastomosis, with or without loop ileostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, without proctectomy; with rectal mucosectomy, ileoanal anastomosis, creation of ileal reservoir (S or J), with or without loop ileostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy; with ileostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy; with continent ileostomy 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy; with ileoanal anastomosis, includes loop ileostomy, and rectal mucosectomy, when performed 
  • Colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy; with ileoanal anastomosis, creation of ileal reservoir (S or J), includes loop ileostomy, and rectal mucosectomy, when performed 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical; colectomy, total, abdominal, without proctectomy, with ileostomy or ileoproctostomy 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical; colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy, with ileoanal anastomosis, creation of ileal reservoir (S or J), with loop ileostomy, includes rectal mucosectomy, when performed 
  • Laparoscopy, surgical; colectomy, total, abdominal, with proctectomy, with ileostomy 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; diagnostic, with or without collection of specimen(s) by brushing or washing (separate procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with biopsy, single or multiple 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with removal of foreign body 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with control of bleeding (eg, injection, bipolar cautery, unipolar cautery, laser, heater probe, stapler, plasma coagulator) 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by hot biopsy forceps or bipolar cautery 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with ablation of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) not amenable to removal by hot biopsy forceps, bipolar cautery or snare technique 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by snare technique 
  • Colonoscopy through stoma; with transendoscopic stent placement (includes predilation) 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; diagnostic, with or without collection of specimen(s) by brushing or washing (separate procedure) 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with biopsy, single or multiple 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with removal of foreign body 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by hot biopsy forceps or bipolar cautery 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with control of bleeding (eg, injection, bipolar cautery, unipolar cautery, laser, heater probe, stapler, plasma coagulator) 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with directed submucosal injection(s), any substance 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with decompression of volvulus, any method 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by snare technique 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with ablation of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) not amenable to removal by hot biopsy forceps, bipolar cautery or snare technique 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with dilation by balloon, 1 or more strictures 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with endoscopic ultrasound examination 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with transendoscopic ultrasound guided intramural or transmural fine needle aspiration/biopsy(s) 
  • Sigmoidoscopy, flexible; with transendoscopic stent placement (includes predilation) 
  • Colonoscopy, rigid or flexible, transabdominal via colotomy, single or multiple 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; diagnostic, with or without collection of specimen(s) by brushing or washing, with or without colon decompression (separate procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with removal of foreign body 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with biopsy, single or multiple 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with directed submucosal injection(s), any substance 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with control of bleeding (eg, injection, bipolar cautery, unipolar cautery, laser, heater probe, stapler, plasma coagulator) 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with ablation of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) not amenable to removal by hot biopsy forceps, bipolar cautery or snare technique 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by hot biopsy forceps or bipolar cautery 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with removal of tumor(s), polyp(s), or other lesion(s) by snare technique 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with dilation by balloon, 1 or more strictures 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with transendoscopic stent placement (includes predilation) 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with endoscopic ultrasound examination 
  • Colonoscopy, flexible, proximal to splenic flexure; with transendoscopic ultrasound guided intramural or transmural fine needle aspiration/biopsy(s) 
  • Donor nephrectomy (including cold preservation); from cadaver donor, unilateral or bilateral 
  • Donor nephrectomy (including cold preservation); open, from living donor 
  • Recipient nephrectomy (separate procedure) 
  • Renal allotransplantation, implantation of graft; without recipient nephrectomy 
  • Renal allotransplantation, implantation of graft; with recipient nephrectomy 
  • Removal of transplanted renal allograft 
  • Renal autotransplantation, reimplantation of kidney 
  • End-stage renal disease (ESRD) related services per full month; for patients between twelve and nineteen years of age to include monitoring for the adequacy of nutrition, assessment of growth and development, and counseling of parents 
  • End-stage renal disease (ESRD) related services per full month; for patients twenty years of age and over 
  • End-stage renal disease (ESRD) related services (less than full month), per day; for patients between twelve and nineteen years of age 
  • End-stage renal disease (ESRD) related services (less than full month), per day; for patients twenty years of age and over 
  • Hemodialysis procedure with single evaluation by a physician or other qualified health care professional 
  • Hemodialysis procedure requiring repeated evaluation(s) with or without substantial revision of dialysis prescription 
  • Hemodialysis access flow study to determine blood flow in grafts and arteriovenous fistulae by an indicator method 
  • Dialysis procedure other than hemodialysis (eg, peritoneal dialysis, hemofiltration, or other continuous renal replacement therapies), with single evaluation by a physician or other qualified health care professional 
  • Dialysis procedure other than hemodialysis (eg, peritoneal dialysis, hemofiltration, or other continuous renal replacement therapies) requiring repeated evaluation by a physician or other qualified health care professional, with or without substantial revision of dialysis prescription 
  • Medical nutrition therapy; group (2 or more individual(s)), each 30 minutes 
  • Education and training for patient self-management by a qualified, nonphysician health care professional using a standardized curriculum, face-to-face with the patient (could include caregiver/family) each 30 minutes; individual patient 
  • Physician or other qualified health care professional qualified by education, training, licensure/regulation (when applicable) educational services rendered to patients in a group setting (eg, prenatal, obesity, or diabetic instructions) 
  • Smoking and tobacco use cessation counseling visit; intermediate, greater than 3 minutes up to 10 minutes 
  • Smoking and tobacco use cessation counseling visit; intensive, greater than 10 minutes 
  • COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING; FLEXIBLE SIGMOIDOSCOPY 
  • COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING; COLONOSCOPY ON INDIVIDUAL AT HIGH RISK 
  • COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING; COLONOSCOPY ON INDIVIDUAL NOT MEETING CRITERIA FOR HIGH RISK 
  • UNSCHEDULED OR EMERGENCY DIALYSIS TREATMENT FOR AN ESRD PATIENT IN A HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT THAT IS NOT CERTIFIED AS AN ESRD FACILITY 
  • CALCULATED BMI ABOVE NORMAL PARAMETERS AND A FOLLOW-UP PLAN WAS DOCUMENTED 
  • CALCULATED BMI BELOW NORMAL PARAMETERS AND A FOLLOW-UP PLAN WAS DOCUMENTED 
  • WEIGHT MANAGEMENT CLASSES, NON-PHYSICIAN PROVIDER, PER SESSION 
  • EXERCISE CLASSES, NON-PHYSICIAN PROVIDER, PER SESSION 
  • NUTRITION CLASSES, NON-PHYSICIAN PROVIDER, PER SESSION 
  • NUTRITIONAL COUNSELING, DIETITIAN VISIT 
  • Encounter for palliative care 
  • Dietary counseling and surveillance 
  • Dietary surveillance and counseling 
  • Exercise counseling 
  • Encounter for palliative care 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis 
  • Spine Lumbar CT 
  • Spine Lumbar CT W contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar CT W contrast IT 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI W and WO contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 
  • Spine.lumbar and Sacroiliac joint - bilateral X-ray 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI W anesthesia 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine Lumbar CT WO contrast 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI W contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI WO contrast 
  • Spine X-ray W right bending and W left bending 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP and lateral 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis lateral 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray Single view 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray Single view portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 3 views portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP single view 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray oblique single view 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar MRI WO contrast 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar MRI W and WO contrast IV 
  • Coccyx X-ray 
  • Sacrum X-ray 
  • Sacrum CT 
  • Sacrum MRI 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx MRI 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray tomograph 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI limited W contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar CT limited WO contrast 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI limited WO contrast 
  • Sacrum CT W contrast IV 
  • Sacrum MRI W contrast IV 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx MRI W contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 4 views 
  • Sacrum CT W and WO contrast IV 
  • Sacrum MRI W and WO contrast IV 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx MRI W and WO contrast IV 
  • Spine Lumbar CT W and WO contrast IV 
  • Sacrum CT WO contrast 
  • Sacrum MRI WO contrast 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx MRI WO contrast 
  • Coccyx X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 2 views portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 7 views 
  • Coccyx X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral and oblique 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 2 views standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 3 views standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral crosstable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral crosstable portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray left oblique 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray right oblique 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 5 views standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral and oblique and spot 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral and spot 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray portable 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray standing 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction CT 
  • Pelvis and Spine Lumbar X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacroiliac Joint X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Sacroiliac Joint and Coccyx X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction CT WO contrast 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction X-ray true AP 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum X-ray 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Sacroiliac Joint and Coccyx X-ray 
  • Pelvis and Spine Lumbar X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacroiliac Joint X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum and Sacroiliac Joint and Coccyx X-ray 5 views 
  • Spine Lumbar CT W contrast intradisc 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction X-ray lateral spot 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction X-ray lateral spot standing 
  • Sacrum X-ray 2 views 
  • Sacrum X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Sacrum X-ray tomograph 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray 2 views scoliosis 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP standing 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis lateral standing 
  • Spine Thoracolumbar Junction X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Spine Thoracolumbar Junction X-ray 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray 
  • Spine.lumbosacral+Cervical+Thoracic MRI sagittal 
  • Spine Cervical and Spine Thoracic and Spine Lumbar and Sacrum MRI W contrast IV 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray Single view 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray standing 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray AP single view 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 5 views W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray lateral standing and W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP and lateral standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray and oblique 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP single view W left bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP single view W right bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray (AP W R-bending and W L-bending and WO bending) and Lateral 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP W right bending and W left bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP W and WO left bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP W and WO right bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP W right bending and W left bending and WO bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray AP and lateral and oblique and spot standing 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray (AP^W R-bending and W L-bending) and (lateral^W flexion and W extension) 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray W right bending and W left bending 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP and lateral sitting 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP standing and W right bending and W left bending and WO bending 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP sitting 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis lateral sitting 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP standing and in brace 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP standing and W right bending 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP in traction 
  • Spine X-ray W flexion and W extension 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar MRI 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis AP upright and supine 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray oblique 
  • Spine Lumbar CT W and WO contrast IT 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray oblique view and (views W right bending and W left bending) 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine X-ray GE 4 views W right bending and W left bending 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray GE 5 views W right bending and W left bending 
  • Spine Cervical and Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray portable 
  • Spine Thoracic and Lumbar X-ray scoliosis single view 
  • Spine Lumbosacral Junction X-ray 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray GE 4 views 
  • Pelvis and Spine Lumbar X-ray 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI W contrast IT 
  • Spine Lumbar MRI W and WO contrast IT 
  • Spine Lumbar X-ray 2 or 3 views 
  • Spine Lumbar and Sacrum X-ray 4 views 
  • Sacrum and Coccyx CT 
  • Sacrum X-ray standing 
  • Spine Thoracolumbar Junction X-ray 2 views 
  • Spine Lumbar CT stereotactic 
  • Psychiatric interview and evaluation (procedure) 
  • Patient referral for dental care (procedure) 
  • Patient referral to non-physician provider (procedure) 
  • Patient referral to dietitian (procedure) 
  • Dialysis procedure (procedure) 
  • Removal of peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Psychiatric evaluation of patient for testimentary capacity with report (procedure) 
  • Flexible fiberoptic sigmoidoscopy for removal of foreign body (procedure) 
  • Stabilizing hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy with rigid sigmoidoscope through colotomy (procedure) 
  • Donor nephrectomy (procedure) 
  • History and physical examination, follow-up for emotional or mental disease (procedure) 
  • Peritoneal dialysis excluding cannulation (procedure) 
  • Initial psychiatric evaluation (procedure) 
  • Psychiatric evaluation for rehabilitation (procedure) 
  • Standard chest X-ray 
  • Pregnancy smoking education (procedure) 
  • Open colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Diagnostic endoscopic examination on colon (procedure) 
  • Autotransplantation of kidney (procedure) 
  • Live donor renal transplant (procedure) 
  • Cadaveric renal transplant (procedure) 
  • Live donor nephrectomy (procedure) 
  • Insertion of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Removal of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Insertion of temporary peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Referral to physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatrician (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychiatrist for the elderly mentally ill (procedure) 
  • Referral to oncologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to diabetologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to surgeon (procedure) 
  • Burns referral (procedure) 
  • Referral to cardiothoracic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to general practitioner (procedure) 
  • Referral to hematologist (procedure) 
  • Refer to terminal care consult (procedure) 
  • Refer to mental health worker (procedure) 
  • Refer to partner (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinic (procedure) 
  • Referral to emergency clinic (procedure) 
  • Private referral to general surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to ophthalmologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to ear, nose and throat surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to orthopedic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to neurosurgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to pediatric surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to obstetrician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to gynecologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to plastic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to oral surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to urologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to thoracic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to vascular surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to maxillofacial surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral cardiothoracic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Private referral to physician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to general physician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to pediatrician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to dermatologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to cardiologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to immunologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to neurologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to geriatrician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to gastroenterologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to psychiatrist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to venereologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to rheumatologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to chest physician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to psychogeriatrician (procedure) 
  • Private referral to oncologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to diabetologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to radiotherapist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to geneticist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to anesthetist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to endocrinologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to nephrologist (procedure) 
  • Referred by another GP (finding) 
  • Stop smoking monitoring first letter (procedure) 
  • Stop smoking monitoring second letter (procedure) 
  • Stop smoking monitoring third letter (procedure) 
  • Stop smoking monitoring verbal invite (procedure) 
  • Stop smoking monitoring telephone invite (procedure) 
  • Chronic peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Stab peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Smoking cessation education (procedure) 
  • Smoking effects education (procedure) 
  • Suicide risk assessment (procedure) 
  • Revision of arteriovenous shunt for renal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Removal of thrombus from arteriovenous shunt or cannula (procedure) 
  • Creation of Cimino fistula (procedure) 
  • Creation of external arteriovenous shunt (procedure) 
  • Creation of Scribner shunt (procedure) 
  • Cannulation of arteriovenous dialysis fistula (procedure) 
  • Intermittent hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Intermittent hemodialysis with sequential ultrafiltration (procedure) 
  • Intermittent hemodialysis with continuous ultrafiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Continuous arteriovenous hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Continuous venovenous hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Hemofiltration (procedure) 
  • Intermittent hemofiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous hemofiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous arteriovenous hemofiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous venovenous hemofiltration (procedure) 
  • Hemodiafiltration (procedure) 
  • Intermittent hemodiafiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous hemodiafiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous arteriovenous hemodiafiltration (procedure) 
  • Continuous venovenous hemodiafiltration (procedure) 
  • Hemoperfusion (procedure) 
  • Total colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Limited colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Restorative proctocolectomy (procedure) 
  • Xenograft renal transplant (procedure) 
  • Renewal of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Adjustment of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Aspiration of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Flushing of chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Intermittent peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Tidal peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Night-time intermittent peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Cadaver donor nephrectomy (procedure) 
  • Fiberoptic colonoscopy with biopsy (procedure) 
  • Total colectomy (procedure) 
  • Renal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Referral to private doctor (procedure) 
  • Chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter procedure (procedure) 
  • Dental referral - child (procedure) 
  • Extracorporeal kidney (procedure) 
  • Hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Parks panproctocolectomy, anastomosis of ileum to anus and creation of pouch (procedure) 
  • Therapeutic colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Giving encouragement to exercise (procedure) 
  • Admission by palliative care physician (procedure) 
  • Admission to palliative care department (procedure) 
  • Referral by mental health counselor (procedure) 
  • Referral by palliative care physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to liaison psychiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to mental handicap psychiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychogeriatric service (procedure) 
  • Referral to podiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based podiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based podiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral to dietetics service (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based dietetics service (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based dietetics service (procedure) 
  • Referral to occupational therapy service (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based occupational therapy service (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based occupational therapy service (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychogeriatric day hospital (procedure) 
  • Referral to mental health counseling service (procedure) 
  • Referral for mental health counseling (procedure) 
  • Referral to palliative care service (procedure) 
  • Referral to mental health counselor (procedure) 
  • Referral to doctor (procedure) 
  • Referral to Accident and Emergency doctor (procedure) 
  • Referral to anesthetist (procedure) 
  • Referral to radiotherapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to family planning doctor (procedure) 
  • Referral to intensive care specialist (procedure) 
  • Referral to adult intensive care specialist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric intensive care specialist (procedure) 
  • Referral to community pediatrician (procedure) 
  • Referral to neonatologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric neurologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric oncologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pain management specialist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pathologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to blood transfusion doctor (procedure) 
  • Referral to chemical pathologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to general pathologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to medical microbiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to neuropathologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical allergist (procedure) 
  • Referral to chest physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to thoracic physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to respiratory physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical neurophysiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical physiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to endocrinologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical geneticist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical cytogeneticist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical molecular geneticist (procedure) 
  • Referral to genitourinary physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to infectious diseases physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to medical ophthalmologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to nephrologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to nuclear medicine physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to palliative care physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to palliative care physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to rehabilitation physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to rheumatologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to child and adolescent psychiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to liaison psychiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychiatrist for mental handicap (procedure) 
  • Referral to rehabilitation psychiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to public health physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to obstetrician and gynecologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to occupational health physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to radiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to breast surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to thoracic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to cardiac surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to dental surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to orthodontist (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric dentist (procedure) 
  • Referral to restorative dentist (procedure) 
  • Referral to endocrine surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to gastrointestinal surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to general gastrointestinal surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to upper gastrointestinal surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to colorectal surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to hand surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to hepatobiliary surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to pancreatic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to plastic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to transplant surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to trauma surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to urologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical nurse specialist (procedure) 
  • Referral to nurse practitioner (procedure) 
  • Referral to professional allied to medicine (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based podiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based podiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based dietitian (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based dietitian (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based occupational therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to social services department occupational therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based occupational therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based physiotherapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based physiotherapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to community-based speech and language therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to hospital-based speech and language therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to general dental surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical hematologist (procedure) 
  • Total colectomy and ileostomy (procedure) 
  • Total colectomy, ileostomy and rectal mucous fistula (procedure) 
  • Total colectomy, ileostomy and closure of rectal stump (procedure) 
  • Referral to vascular surgeon (procedure) 
  • Weight monitoring (regime/therapy) 
  • Referral to physiotherapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to chiropractor (procedure) 
  • Referral to osteopath (procedure) 
  • Referral to podiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to speech and language therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to occupational therapist (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to optometrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to geneticist (procedure) 
  • Referral to general physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to cardiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to dermatologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical immunologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to neurologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to care of the elderly physician (procedure) 
  • Referral to gastroenterologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to psychiatrist (procedure) 
  • Referral to general surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to ophthalmologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to ear, nose and throat surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to orthopedic surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to neurosurgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to obstetrician (procedure) 
  • Referral to gynecologist (procedure) 
  • Private referral to surgeon (procedure) 
  • Child referral - clinical psychologist (procedure) 
  • Child referral - community dentist (procedure) 
  • Smoking monitoring invitation (procedure) 
  • Referral to medical oncologist (procedure) 
  • Check colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Total abdominal colectomy with proctectomy and ileostomy (procedure) 
  • Patient Decision Aids / Education Materials Given 
  • Referral to pediatric cardiologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to community child health doctor (procedure) 
  • Donor renal transplantation (procedure) 
  • Referral to stop-smoking clinic (procedure) 
  • Empty and measure peritoneal dialysis fluid (procedure) 
  • Revision of arteriovenous fistula with thrombectomy with nonautogenous graft (procedure) 
  • Intraoperative colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Hemodialysis, maintenance in hospital (procedure) 
  • Prescribed dietary intake (regime/therapy) 
  • Total abdominal colectomy with ileoproctostomy (procedure) 
  • Fiberoptic colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Evaluation of psychosocial impact on plan of care (procedure) 
  • Dietary needs education (procedure) 
  • Implementation of measures to provide psychological support (regime/therapy) 
  • Smoking cessation assistance (regime/therapy) 
  • Coping support assessment (procedure) 
  • Coping support management (procedure) 
  • Emotional support assessment (procedure) 
  • Emotional support education (procedure) 
  • Emotional support management (procedure) 
  • Mental health history taking assessment (procedure) 
  • Mental health history taking education (procedure) 
  • Mental health history taking management (procedure) 
  • Dialysis care assessment (procedure) 
  • Dialysis care (regime/therapy) 
  • Dialysis care education (procedure) 
  • Dialysis care management (procedure) 
  • Exercise promotion: strength training (procedure) 
  • Exercise promotion: stretching (procedure) 
  • Nutrition therapy (regime/therapy) 
  • Prescribed activity/exercise education (procedure) 
  • Prescribed diet education (procedure) 
  • Psychiatric evaluation of patient for criminal responsibility with report (procedure) 
  • Referral to private state registered podiatry service (procedure) 
  • Referral for exercise therapy (procedure) 
  • Referral to mental health team (procedure) 
  • Referral to physical activity program (procedure) 
  • Flexible fiberoptic sigmoidoscopy with biopsy (procedure) 
  • Depression management program (regime/therapy) 
  • Completion of mental health crisis plan (procedure) 
  • Referral to oral surgeon (procedure) 
  • Referral to maxillofacial surgeon (procedure) 
  • Dialysis access maintenance (regime/therapy) 
  • Referral to pediatric dietitian (procedure) 
  • Refer to weight management program (procedure) 
  • Earlier referral for specialist review (procedure) 
  • Physical therapy management (procedure) 
  • Special diet education (procedure) 
  • Mental health care assessment (procedure) 
  • Mental health care education (procedure) 
  • Mental health care management (procedure) 
  • Mental health promotion assessment (procedure) 
  • Mental health promotion education (procedure) 
  • Mental health promotion management (procedure) 
  • Mental health screening assessment (procedure) 
  • Mental health screening education (procedure) 
  • Mental health screening management (procedure) 
  • Mental health treatment assessment (procedure) 
  • Mental health treatment education (procedure) 
  • Management of mental health treatment (procedure) 
  • Nutrition / feeding management (regime/therapy) 
  • Referral to pediatric endocrinologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to home registered dietitian (procedure) 
  • Referral for home physical therapy (procedure) 
  • Virtual computed tomography colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Feeding regime (regime/therapy) 
  • Physical therapy education, guidance and counseling (procedure) 
  • Dietary management education, guidance, and counseling (procedure) 
  • Case management follow up (procedure) 
  • Diagnostic endoscopic examination of lower bowel and sampling for bacterial overgrowth using fiberoptic sigmoidoscope (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric pulmonologist (procedure) 
  • Creation of graft fistula for dialysis (procedure) 
  • Extracorporeal albumin hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Diagnostic endoscopic examination of colonic pouch and biopsy of colonic pouch using colonoscope (procedure) 
  • History of colectomy (situation) 
  • Removal of thrombus of arteriovenous fistula (procedure) 
  • Procedure involving peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Documentation of current medications (procedure) 
  • Documentation of current medications 
  • Referral to nurse anesthetist (procedure) 
  • Referral to physician assistant (procedure) 
  • Referral to nutrition professional (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical psychologist (procedure) 
  • Referral to clinical social worker (procedure) 
  • Referral to anesthesiologist assistant (procedure) 
  • Referral to nurse midwife (procedure) 
  • Automated peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Dietary education for weight gain (procedure) 
  • Referral to pediatric gastroenterologist (procedure) 
  • Referral by psychologist (procedure) 
  • Medication Reconciliation 
  • Fluoroscopic percutaneous angiography of dialysis fistula with insertion of drug eluting stent (procedure) 
  • Fluoroscopic angiography of dialysis fistula using contrast with insertion of stent (procedure) 
  • Insertion of tunneled dialysis catheter using fluoroscopic guidance (procedure) 
  • Insertion of dialysis catheter using doppler ultrasound guidance (procedure) 
  • Insertion of peritoneal dialysis catheter using fluoroscopy guidance (procedure) 
  • Fluoroscopic angiography of dialysis fistula using contrast with insertion of stent graft (procedure) 
  • Laparoscopic insertion of peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Replacement of peritoneal dialysis catheter (procedure) 
  • Discharge by mental health primary care worker (procedure) 
  • Open arteriovenous anastomosis by transposition of forearm vein (procedure) 
  • Measurement of static venous pressure in hemodialysis vascular access (procedure) 
  • Open arteriovenous anastomosis by transposition of basilic vein of upper arm (procedure) 
  • Open arteriovenous anastomosis by transposition of cephalic vein of upper arm (procedure) 
  • Shaving of peritoneal dialysis catheter cuff (procedure) 
  • Measurement of recirculation in hemodialysis vascular access (procedure) 
  • Lifestyle education regarding diet (procedure) 
  • Open revision of arteriovenous fistula using graft with removal of thrombus (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy through colostomy with endoscopic biopsy of colon (procedure) 
  • Flexible fiberoptic sigmoidoscopy (procedure) 
  • Screening colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy and excision of mucosa of colon (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy and biopsy of colon (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy and tattooing (procedure) 
  • Total abdominal colectomy with proctectomy and continent ileostomy (procedure) 
  • Repositioning of Tenckhoff catheter (procedure) 
  • Removal of blood clot from arteriovenous fistula (procedure) 
  • Psychologic evaluation or test procedure (procedure) 
  • Total abdominal colectomy with ileostomy (procedure) 
  • Renal homotransplantation with unilateral recipient nephrectomy (situation) 
  • Renal homotransplantation excluding donor and recipient nephrectomy (procedure) 
  • Patient referral for medical consultation (procedure) 
  • Arteriovenous shunt for renal dialysis by external cannula (procedure) 
  • Crisis intervention with follow-up (regime/therapy) 
  • Initial hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Hemodialysis education at home (procedure) 
  • Direct arteriovenous anastomosis (procedure) 
  • Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, vein to vein (procedure) 
  • Patient referral for psychiatric aftercare (procedure) 
  • Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis (procedure) 
  • Peritoneal dialysis education (procedure) 
  • Peritoneal dialysis including cannulation (procedure) 
  • Hemodialysis, maintenance at home (procedure) 
  • Hemodialysis, supervision at home (procedure) 
  • Venous catheterization for renal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Transplant of kidney (procedure) 
  • Peritoneal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Peritoneal dialysis catheter maintenance (procedure) 
  • Colonoscopy (procedure) 
  • Revision of arteriovenous fistula with thrombectomy with autogenous graft (procedure) 
  • Initial psychiatric interview with mental status and evaluation (procedure) 
  • Arteriovenous anastomosis for renal dialysis (procedure) 
  • Total abdominal colectomy with rectal mucosectomy and ileoanal anastomosis (procedure) 
  • Revision of vessel-to-vessel arteriovenous cannula (procedure) 
  • Fiberoptic colonoscopy through colostomy (procedure) 
  • Psychiatric follow-up (procedure) 
  • Total nephrectomy in recipient (procedure) 
  • Evaluation of psychiatric state of patient (procedure) 
  • Physical therapy procedure (regime/therapy) 
  • Patient follow-up to return when and if necessary (procedure)

Patient Fusion

  1. Using Patient Fusion to connect with and engage your patients
  2. How do I get a Patient Fusion Online Scheduling Profile?
  3. Online Appointment Booking Page FAQ
  4. Why don't I see my name in search results for Patient Fusion's Online Booking Page?
  5. What is Patient Fusion (patient portal)?
  6. How do I enable a patient in Patient Fusion (patient portal)?
  7. What information is shared in the patient portal (PHR)?
  8. How do I troubleshoot Patient Fusion login issues?
  9. How does patient portal auto-invite work?
  10. What is Patient Intake (Online Check-In)?
  11. Which users can invite patients to access the patient portal?
  12. How do I turn off my Online Profile or Online Appointment Booking?
  13. What screenings, interventions or assessments are shared with the patient?
  14. Where can I get the Online Patient Fusion Profile URL?
  15. How do I embed appointment booking on my website?
  16. How does a patient register for their Patient Fusion portal (PHR)?
  17. How can I help a patient troubleshoot patient portal login issues?
  18. I need help with the Patient Fusion portal
  19. How do I give a patient or their family/caregivers access to the patient portal?
  20. How do I revoke a patient's access to the Patient Portal?
  21. How can patients send a message to their provider?
  22. How soon will available appointments update on my Online Profile?
  23. How do I process patient appointment requests?
  24. What information can I share with patients from an encounter?
  25. What is search engine optimization (SEO)?
  26. How does my patient link their Patient Fusion account to an existing account?
  27. How do I disable auto-invite?
  28. What if a patient receives an access error when viewing their patient portal?
  29. What can I do if some patients are not receiving PHR enrollment emails?
  30. How do I create Patient Intake (Online Check-In) Templates?
  31. How do I process Patient Intake (Online Check-In) Forms?
  32. How do I set up a cancellation policy for my Online Booking Page?
  33. How can a patient book an appointment online?
  34. How does a patient fill out the Patient Intake (Online Check-In) Form?
  35. How do I process Online Appointment Booking reschedule and cancellation requests?
  36. What are the System Requirements for Patient Fusion?

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