Yes, this proves especially difficult with patients who have unusual spellings of their first/last names. When we add the new patient and the entry of the name that we had, originally, typed in does not transfer over, we have to ask the patient to spell their name, again. In the old Practice Fusion, the name automatically transferred over.
As of 12/14/2015, copay is now displayed as a column in the Scheduler.
You can read more about how to track copays here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/761493-how-can-i-track-copays-in-the-schedule
Please bring this feature back! It really makes a difference, in a busy practice, when it is necessary to quickly reference details of an appointment.
Hi everyone – As of 2/14/2017, we have introduced a new Message setting to all practices that allows administrators to determine if group messages will be archived for all participants once the first user archives the message, or if the message can be archived for by each user individually.
You can read more about the updated Message settings here:
In our office, even if only one of the recipients opens the message (without archiving it), the alert icon for a new message disappears for the other recipients.
Hi everyone—I’m happy to report that we have released this functionality to you in the EHR as of 5/22/2015.
You can read more about the Notes section here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/486113-how-do-i-record-and-print-patient-demographics
Yes, please put the notes section, for miscellaneous info, back at the top as it was in the old EHR. Not only do we have to scroll to the bottom of the page to find pertinent info but, then, you have to scroll within the scroll!!