I agree. Once I get more accustomed to the new EHR I may be able to scroll intuitively to the Subjective, but now it takes me awhile to find it since it's all the same color and shade.
I’m excited to announce that as of 7/31/2015, we have added this important customization feature to the EHR.
You can learn how to customize your template selection behavior here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/676072
Agree. Due to my OCD I always back space to get rid of the periods.
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I actually thought this was a legal requirement since I've always seen this done on printed chart notes with other applications.
Great idea. We have heard about this from other providers as well.
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I agree. When I enter Walgreens, as an example, the first on the list is in Texas - I'm in Idaho. So I have to put in a zip code, as many of my patients don't live near my clinic.