The patient summary or cumulative patient profile (CPP) summarizes important information about the patient. The summary appears when you open a patient chart and may show the following sections, depending on how you configured your summary. It is a great way for providers to navigate a patient chart. The patient summary remains visible when you are within an encounter.
The patient's current medications.
Any important notes added to the patient chart.
The patient's allergies.
The patient's recent appointments.
People involved in delivering care to the patient.
Most recent encounter notes.
Medical history of the patient's family.
Documents and files that were saved in the patient chart.
Forms that were added to the patient chart.
Goals of Care
The patient's health goals.
The patient's immunizations.
The patient's most recent lab results. You can select which results to display in the summary.
The patient's medical history.
Messages related to the patient.
The patient's demographic data, vitals, and any custom patient data that you configured in your sytem. You can select which data to display in the summary.
Referrals for the patient.
The patient's risk factors.
The patient's surgical history.
1. Open the patient chart.
2. At the top of the chart, click the Summary icon.
3. To expand a section, click the section header. To collapse or fold the section, click the header again.
4. To view details about a section and add or edit items within the section, click the details arrow on the right side of the header
5. To print what appears on the summary view, at the bottom of the window, click Print.
Updated April 8, 2021