The patient dashboard contains a customizable collection of widgets that provide a summary of patient information and shortcuts to all areas of the patient chart.
The dashboard may show the following widgets, depending on how you configured it.
Health care providers who are part of the patient's care team. For more information, see Defining a care team for a patient.
The patient's family doctor if entered in their demographics. Click Update Information to add one from your contacts list.
Easily upload a document to the patient's chart. For more information, see Uploading patient files.
The patient's growth chart if available. For more information, see Growth charts.
The patient's provincial health number or other identification used in their demographics. For more information, see Adding a patient.
The location where the patient is primarily seen. For more information, see Adding a patient.
The provider who cares for this patient in your practice. For more information, see Adding a patient.
Quick access to sections of the patient chart. We recommend keeping this widget in your dashboard to quickly open sections or add new message, encounters, cases, and prescriptions.
Recent changes made in the chart. See Reviewing recent activity.
The provider who referred the patient to your practice. For more information, see Adding a patient.
Additional patient information that was added as a status tag. For more information, see Applying status tags to a patient chart.
1. Open the patient chart.
2. At the top of the chart, click the Dashboard icon.
The patient dashboard appears below the demographics.
3. To change the order of widgets (such as to bring the most relevant one to the top), click the widget header and drag it to the desired location.
4. To hide a widget, click the eye with a slash icon in the widget header.
5. To add a widget, click the + at the bottom.
6. To change the width of a widget, place your cursor on the dotted line between columns until it changes to an arrow and then click and drag to the desired width.
Updated April 23, 2021