Click a column header to sort by that column. Click once to sort in ascending order or twice to sort in descending order.
Did you know you can view a report that combines information from multiple visits? Select multiple non-adjacent visits, press Ctrl while clicking each line. To select multiple adjacent visits, hold Shift while clicking two rows to select all rows between the two you clicked. After you've selected the visits you'd like to include, click Review Selected in the toolbar to view the report.
Ctrl+click two or more reports and click Side-by-side to view multiple reports on one screen.
To keep a report, such as a patient's previous visit summary, in view while you're charting, click the Display in Chart Sidebar from the preview pane.
To move the preview pane to the bottom of Chart Review, click the Preview on Bottom icon. To move it back to the right side of Chart Review, click the Preview on Right Side icon.
To rearrange the sections of a report, click the wrench that appears at the top of the preview pane or the sidebar. Drag and drop or use the arrows to rearrange the sections according to your preferences. Click Accept when you're done.
To copy text from a report to your PasteBoard, select it and press Ctrl+E, or right-click the text and select Copy to PasteBoard. Your PasteBoard opens and includes the text you just copied. You can paste the information any time you edit a letter or note for this patient.
Select several tests on the Labs tab in Chart Review by holding Ctrl and clicking rows. Click Lab Flowsheet to view the selected results in a flowsheet. To see a graph of the values, select several columns and click Graph Region.
Select a line on the Labs tab that includes results from previous lab tests. Click the graph icon that appears to the left of a result component to view the results for that component in a graph.
The paper clip icon indicates that a visit has attached files such as dictations, letters, result notes, encounter addenda, scanned images, or ECG images.
Right-click the paper clip icon and select Additional Info to view information about the files attached to the visit.
To easily find what you need in Chart Review, such as all cardiology visits or notes you wrote, click Filters. Select a filter option, such as Department Specialty, and then select the specific values that you want to appear, such as Cardiology. You can also limit your search by date range.
Remember: Filter options are limited to the data in a patient's chart, so they vary by patient.
To save your filter, click Save As New Filter and give it a name. It appears as a check box on the filter bar. Note that you can't update a saved filter.
Click Text Search on the Encounters tab to find specific text in progress notes, nursing notes, or comments.
Press Alt+V on the Media tab to show or play the selected media file.
To view a report in the preview pane rather than a separate window, click Preview for a quick look.
To change how information displays, click Options and select the Trend Dates in reverse chronological order check box.
To change the number of columns (instances of results) loaded by default in Extended View in Results Review, click Options and change the value in the Columns loaded by default in Extended View field.
Graph lab results in the Results Review activity by selecting the results you want to analyze and clicking Graph on the toolbar.
Hover your mouse over the results for a component to show the reference ranges for that component.
Search for a specific lab component by typing its name in the Search field.
You can select specific components to review using the tree on the left side of the activity. Hold Ctrl and select multiple values to review them together.
You can always view certain information, such as allergies and PCP, in the patient header. This appears at the top of the workspace when you are working in a patient chart.
In a navigator's table of contents, click the blue arrow next to a section's name to jump to a read-only version of that section. To see the entire allergy list, simply hover over the allergies shown in the header.