Kaushal gupta

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    You asked and we listened: Use Pinned notes to manage non-clinical reminders
    Practice Fusion continues to take major steps toward updating your EHR with even more features and enhanced workflows. With Practice Fusion’s Pinned Note feature, we have made it easier for practice staff to quickly view pertinent custom details about patients before they are scheduled, before check in, or during a patient visit. A Pinned Note is the ideal place to record non-clinical information specific to an individual patient, where you can have important information readily available. Thanks you to everyone who voted and helped make the Practice Fusion EHR better for everyone. https://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/1845769

    Kaushal gupta commented  · 

    at least, they can give color option in name field "in profile Tab" to do this job . highly desirable.

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    Thanks for helping make the Practice Fusion EHR better for everyone. If you are passionate about this idea, remember you can let your colleagues know you support it by clicking the ‘Vote’ button.

    The ideas with the most supporters are constantly being considered for addition to our roadmap in the future.

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    This is a great idea. Are you thinking that you would like to enter in these alerts by hand, per patient? Or, more ideally, the insurance company would connect directly to Practice Fusion and populate the information for you automatically?

    Kaushal gupta commented  · 

    Hi Mathew,
    1. Comment by Linda is referring to what I have sujjested earlier. Flow sheet of screenings age/gender/Dx based, can be given customizable in Prevention box in Summary tab. It looks like:
    SMOKING

    ALCOHOL

    DRUGS

    HDL/LDL

    PAP SMEAR

    MAMMOGRAM

    RECTAL EXAM

    HEMOCCULT

    COLONOSCOPY

    TD

    FLU VAC

    PNEUMOVAC

    PSA

    MEDS REVIEW

    HBa1c

    VISION

    U/A

    FOOT EXAM

    COUNSELING

    ASPIRIN

    BREAST/TESTIS SELF-EXAM

    DIET

    EXERCISE

    HIV/STD RISK FACTORS

    SKIN/ORAL SELF-EXAM

    U.V EXPOSURE

    VIOLENCE-GUNS

    FUNCTIONAL

    INDEPENDENCE

    ADVANCE DIRECTIVE

    STRESS TEST
    In one glance, we can see what is done or pending, at every visit. Please consider. It was so efficient in paper charts for me.

    2. we need to have some color coding or other way of attaching a customizable alert/flag to any patient for several reasons: compliance, payment, insurance, attitude etc. I see a flag by side of quick review button, but we don't know how to use it. Please do.
    Thanks.

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    Kaushal gupta commented  · 

    I agree, EHR should give us tool to block or delete pt chart in case of error or duplication. in search, inactive show up too.

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    Resolved  ·  Aliza responded

    Great news! We have updated the Screenings/Interventions/Assessments section of the encounter so that the note will retain its place when an item is added and unnecessary scrolling will no longer be required.

    Thanks for providing all of your requests for this feature – we’re delighted to release it!

    Kaushal gupta commented  · 

    I agree. Feds, PQRS, MU, CQM etc are all requiring data on gender, age or disease base preventative screenings. for primary care we need annual flu shot, pneumo shot, pap, mammogram, diabetic eye and foot exam, urine protein, stool hemoccult, colonoscopy etc, not just lipid and Hba1c. it can be easily done in a EXCEL sheet blank in preventative box of PMH under Summary tab. Option to include it in visit note like lab flow sheet. this should be a complete flow-sheet that we can include what ever is important to us. we can follow it visit to visit to see if anything is missing. I did this in paper chart on a color coded sheet. i tried to copy it on Prevention section in PMH, but it does not flow well visit to visit. Plain blank EXCEL sheet would help and we can enter any items that need tracking. I sujjested this several years ago. you came back with lab flow sheet which is good but partial help. let us go one step furthur. i can provide copy of this preventative sheet again if you like. thanks

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