Link a Planned Diagnostic Imaging Referral to an Appointment or Consultation

When you have added a planned diagnostic imaging referral for a patient without an appointment or an active consultation, you can link it to a new appointment or an active consultation later.

Link to an Appointment

When you book a new appointment for a patient, the patient's planned diagnostic imaging referrals are shown in the appointment dialogue. Note that you can only link one planned diagnostic imaging referral to an appointment.

You can also link a planned diagnostic imaging referral to an existing appointment that has not been marked as arrived: 

  1. Open or edit the appointment.
  2. In the appointment details dialogue, select Select diagnostic imaging plan.
  3. Select the planned diagnostic imaging you want to link and save.

If the appointment has already been marked as arrived or the consultation has started, you cannot link a planned diagnostic imaging referral to the appointment, but you can link it to the consultation.

Link to a Consultation

  1. Go to the consultation.
  2. In the Diagnostic imaging section, select Select diagnostic imaging plan.
  3. Select the planned diagnostic imaging you want to link and save.

When a planned diagnostic imaging is linked to a consultation or when a new appointment with a linked diagnostic imaging referral is marked as arrived, the referral status changes to 'In progress'. Procedures are added to the consultation automatically based on the diagnostic imaging device and target area settings.

See Also

Create a Diagnostic Imaging Referral Without an Appointment or Consultation

Create a Diagnostic Imaging Referral

Search for Diagnostic Imaging Referrals

Update Diagnostic Imaging Referral Status and Add Results

View and Share Diagnostic Images

Diagnostic Imaging Overview and Requirements

Diagnostic Imaging Settings

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