Patient Diagnosis History

Page Description

Use the Patient Diagnosis page to view or edit a patient's diagnosis history.

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Accessing this Page

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Viewing the Diagnosis List
  1. The Patient Diagnosis History page contains a list of up to ten diagnoses related to the patient. If the list is longer than one page, use the Page links, located below the list of diagnoses, to navigate through the list.
  2. Each diagnosis is listed with the Diagnosis code, the Date the diagnosis was assigned to the patient (if available), and the Description of the diagnosis.
  3. To narrow the list of displayed diagnoses, or to find a specific diagnosis, use the Search option. Click the Show all option to return to the full list of diagnoses. See "Searching for Diagnoses" below.
  4. To modify this list, you may add or delete diagnoses (see below).
  5. Once you have finished viewing, adding, or deleting diagnoses, click Save to record your changes and return to the Demographics page, or click Cancel to return to the Demographics page without saving your changes.

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Searching for Diagnoses
  1. Select the Search option to search the list of diagnoses associated with the patient. Enter one or more characters of the diagnosis code or description in the Search field and click the Search button to view a list of all diagnoses that match your search.
  2. If your search generates one or more matches, then the matching diagnoses are displayed when the page refreshes.
  3. If no search results are found or if the desired diagnosis is not found, search again, or click the Add button to add a diagnosis. See "Adding Diagnoses to the List" below.
  4. Click the Show all option to view the full list of diagnoses. See "Viewing the Diagnosis List" above.

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Adding Diagnoses to the List
  1. If you do not see the desired diagnosis in the Patient Diagnosis History list, click the Add button to access the Diagnosis Search page, where you may search and select one or more diagnoses for the patient. See the Diagnosis Search topic.
  2. Once you have selected the diagnoses, click Add All Selected Items to return to the Patient Diagnosis History page with those diagnoses added to the list.
  3. As you are selecting diagnoses, you may click the Show Selected Items button to view all of the items you have selected so far in the Newly Selected Items pop-up. From there, you may clear individual items from the selected list with the Remove button, use the Clear button to deselect all of the items, or click the Add All Selected Items button to add all of your selected items to the patient diagnosis list. When you are finished, click Close, if necessary, to return to the Patient Diagnosis History page.
  4. Once you have added the desired diagnoses to the list on the Patient Diagnosis History page, click Save to record your changes and return to the Demographics page.

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Deleting Diagnoses from the List
  1. To delete an individual diagnosis from the list, click the X button that corresponds to the diagnosis you wish to delete.
  2. To delete multiple diagnoses from the list, mark one or more checkboxes in the Select column, and then click the Remove All Selected Items button.
  3. As you are selecting diagnoses, you may click the Show Selected Items button to view all of the items you have selected so far in the Newly Selected Items pop-up. From there, you may clear individual items from the selected list with the Remove button, use the Clear button to deselect all of the items, or click the Remove All Selected Items button to remove all of your selected items from the patient diagnosis list. When you are finished, click Close, if necessary, to return to the Patient Diagnosis History page.
  4. If you accidentally delete a diagnosis, you may re-add it to the list. See "Adding Alerts to the List" above.
  5. Once you have deleted the desired diagnoses from the list on the Patient Diagnosis History page, click Save to record your changes and return to the Demographics page.

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