You can customize your TELUS Collaborative Health Record (CHR) experience by modifying your user preferences. For example, you can set a default message recipient and choose to show or hide different types of information in patient charts.
📌 Note: When you set your user preferences, it doesn't affect other users' settings.
1. At the top of the main menu, click your avatar image.
2. Click Profile. Your Profile Settings opens.
3. Scroll down to the User Preferences section.
4. Using the following table, modify your preferences as needed.
Select any user as your primary assistant from the list.
To set this user as the default recipient for any new messages you create, select the Apply by default to all new messages to users check box.
This field is not currently used. You can leave it blank.
Balance Due On Patient Chart Visibility
Choose to Show or Hide the balance due for private bills in chart headers.
Patient Data Request Dialog Visibility
Choose to Show or Hide the Update Information Requests pop-up window in patient charts when there's Qnaire-produced patient data information to review.
Patient Data Date Display
Choose to Show or Hide the Last Updated date below patient data values displayed in patient charts.
Background Jobs Widget
Choose to Show or Hide the fax widget, which displays the status of outgoing faxes in an expandable window in the bottom-right corner of your CHR screen.
Update diagnoses in medical history by default
Choose whether diagnoses added to the Assessment and Plan section of an encounter are automatically added to the patient's Medical History. The default is No (i.e. a diagnosis will not be added to the medical history unless you manually enable the toggle for it in the encounter).
📌 Note: regardless of what default setting you choose, you can enable or disable the toggle for each diagnosis in an encounter. For more information, see Recording an encounter diagnosis.
5. When you're done, at the bottom of the User Preferences area, click Save Preferences.
6. Refresh your browser window for the changes to take effect.
Updated March 21, 2022