Diagnosis Settings

Department Settings

Settings > General > Department > Department settings

  • Require diagnoses: When this setting is selected, diagnoses must always be added to consultations.
  • Free text diagnosis: In this field, you can select a diagnosis that is used as a free text diagnosis. This adds the + Custom diagnosis button on the consultation page which users can use to write a custom diagnosis if no appropriate diagnosis is available in the diagnosis list. You can add a free text diagnosis to the diagnosis list in the same way as any other diagnosis. Note that it is possible to select a free text diagnosis also from an inactive diagnosis list, but it is recommended to use a free text diagnosis included in your active list.
  • Allow editing text entries of finalized consultations: When this setting is selected, it is possible to edit diagnoses after the consultation has been finalised.
  • Consultation text entry editing limit: When the previous setting is selected, you can define the number of days diagnoses can be edited on finalised consultations.

Creating a Diagnosis List and Adding Diagnoses

Creating a New Diagnosis List

  1. Go to Settings > Items & Lists > Lists and select + Add list. A dialogue opens.
  2. From the Type drop-down list, select Diagnosis.
  3. From the Department drop-down list, select the department that the list is used for.
  4. In the Name field, type a recognisable name for the list.
  5. Select Save. The list is saved in the Lists table.
  6. To make the list available for use, find the list in the table and select the Activate button at the end of the list row.

Adding Diagnoses to a Diagnosis List

  1. Find the diagnosis list in the in the Lists table and select the blue list name hyperlink. The list page opens.
  2. Select + Add item. A dialogue opens.
  3. In the Code field, you can add an optional code for the diagnosis. The code is for internal use and can be any identifier you want to use. If codes are used, they must be unique within the list.
  4. In the Label field, type the diagnosis name.
  5. In the Additional diagnosis description field, you can add more information about the diagnosis.
  6. Select Save.

Editing, Deleting or Archiving a Diagnosis

To edit a diagnosis after saving, select the pen button (a) on the row. To delete a diagnosis, select the trashcan button (b). Note that you cannot edit or delete a diagnosis after the diagnosis has been used.

You can also archive a diagnosis using the Archive button (c). Archived items cannot be selected for use, but old references remain.

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Setting a Diagnosis as a Complication Diagnosis

You can set a diagnosis as a complication diagnosis so that the option for creating a complication report is selected by default when the diagnosis added during a consultation. Complication report categories and subcategories must be created before this is possible.

To set the diagnosis as a complication diagnosis, select the document button on the diagnosis row and then select the complication report category and subcategory in the dialogue. When a user selects this diagnosis during a consultation, the Create a complication report and create a task option is selected by default, with the category and subcategory selected (note that the user can change these options or decide not to create a complication report).

You can also edit the diagnosis additional description in this dialogue, but note that this text will override any text you added in Adding Diagnoses to a Diagnosis List, step 5.

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See Also

Add a Diagnosis During a Consultation

Add a Post-Consultation Diagnosis on a Patient Page

Edit or Delete a Diagnosis

Complication Report Settings

 

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