Great news! Users can now add encounter types according to their SNOMED code, or HCPCS code.
Thanks for providing all of your input and requests for this feature and we’re delighted to release it.
You can learn more about this feature here: https://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/1844806-how-do-i-add-new-encounter-types
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.Anonymous commented
The fix is needed but I have found a temporary solution. I have gone in to the deactivated patients and have place an "X" before their name in the profile to bring attention to staff that this patient is not active..... hopes this helps others.Anonymous commented
This is needed much much sooner than later. Our office is having issues as well. Deactivating does eliminate from the chart list but does come up in scheduling as well as when adding documents causing much added work and confusion.
Thanks for your attention to this matter