You can create a question asking patients to name their previous medical conditions, who the treating physician was, and the year it was diagnosed.
The answers only appear in the patient Qnaire responses as patient reported medical conditions.
⚠️Important: The responses cannot be linked to the patient's Medical History in their patient chart.
📌 Note: This question type is optional for patients to complete. You cannot make it mandatory.
1. From the main menu, click Qnaires.
2. Start a new Qnaire or select an existing one. See Creating and modifying Qnaires.
3. Click the Questions tab and in the top-left corner, click New Question.
📌Note: At the bottom of your Qnaire, you can also click +New Question.
A New Content box with the possible question types appears.
4. Under Choose Type, click History.
A new window opens.
5. Complete the sections that apply to this question:
Type a question.
Question Subtext (optional)
Type any additional information related to the question.
This appears under the question.
Question Label (optional)
To change the way the question appears in the Qnaire responses, type a new Label.
For example: Medical History
Retrieve from respondent data
n/a - this type of question does not pull information from the Medical History section of the patient's chart.
Natural Language Conversion
Allows you to convert a patient's response into a sentence that appears in an encounter note under the History section.
History question types pull all the information entered by the patient as the answer.
To move the question to a different position in the Qnaire, in the left side panel, click and drag the question to the suitable position.
To delete the question, in the top-right corner click X.
To duplicate a question click the copy icon at the bottom-right corner of the question.
6. To add more questions, click +New Question.
7. To publish the Qnaire, click Next Step.See Publishing your Qnaires.
📌 Note: If you edited an existing Qnaire and you are done, close the Qnaire builder window. The Qnaire builder automatically saves your changes.
Updated November 15, 2022