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Feature

Manage your Own Encounter Note Types

By | Feature, New in Cerbo

You now have the ability to add/ edit/ delete/ reorganize your own encounter note categories. Check it out under Admin > Manage > Encounter Note Types.

Notably, you can now set specific encounter types to NOT share a visit summary on the Patient Portal when the note is signed. So if you sometimes use encounter notes for internal or administrative notes, you can set those not to to be shared. Admittedly, this functionality isn’t exactly new, but it previously had to be set by us at Cerbo. Now you can join in the fun too!

You can also set the encounter type ordering in the drop down selector menu. And set the icons for your different encounter note types. Do you notice particular gaps in the icon selection? Send us a note with encounter type icon ideas you’d like to see included in a future release!

Advanced Patient Search – more advanced than ever!

By | Design Update, Feature, New in Cerbo, Uncategorized

Meet the recently-overhauled Advanced Patient Search! Your favorite patient-reporting tool is now ultra-powerful, with new and updated filters and a colorful new look.

As always, you can use the Advanced Patient Search to generate patient lists based on demographic information, date filters, and specific information in their charts. So you can:

  • Generate a patient mailing list or list for an email blast
  • Use your custom critatia to see which patients to contact about scheduling an appointment
  • Create patient lists by status, tag, or other criteria
  • See which patients may have received a medication or supplement that was subject to a recall
  • And much, much more!

The overhaul brings more - and more powerful - filters and search criteria. Try it out and see what you think!

Adv-pt-search

Lab Tracker Update

By | Feature, Product Update

We’ve added a new window for tracking a patient’s lab results (manually added data and data sent by any of our integrated lab partners), with the new ability to create tags (to track specific groups of lab values), merge lab values (if two are the same and should be tracked as one), new view filters (date, reverse order), the ability to rename a field, and easily push results into the body of a SOAP note