We are happy to report that as of Q4 2015, chart notes are auto-saving every minute, so this idea is Resolved.
Thanks for your patience as we worked through the most stable way to accomplish this.
Thanks to everyone for providing your thoughts on how inactive patients should be displayed in Practice Fusion.
As of 03/25/2016, to reduce confusion when working with patient lists, we have made it more obvious in the main Charts section when a patient is inactive.
You will see the words “Inactive” in the patient list as well as the patient header when you are working with an inactive patient.
Additionally, if a patient is marked as inactive, she or he will not appear in search results for appointments, messages, labs, or refills. If you would like a patient to appear in those search results for selection, you’ll need to mark the patient as Active.
This full functionality has been added to the EHR for our customers as of 5/29/2015. Thanks everyone for your patience as we resolved this.
You can learn more about this feature here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/482832Anonymous commented
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This is a solid idea. We’re currently digging into how our current Problem List works and this is valuable input for how we may shape this feature.
How else would you like to see the Problem List evolve and improve?
As of 2/19/2016, all Practice Fusion EHR users now have the ability to manage their commonly used diagnoses in their My Dx List.
You can read more about this feature here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/825108-how-to-create-and-update-my-dx-list
As of 8/11/2015, we have deployed ICD-10 coding for Practice Fusion superbills in all PF practices to make sure you are prepared for the October 2015 CMS ICD-10 deadline.
We have also incorporated ICD-10 diagnosis coding directly in the clinical and lab ordering workflows.
To learn more, you can visit our ICD-10 Center here: http://www.practicefusion.com/icd-10/
Additionally, there are 3 helpful knowledge base articles available: