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OP Patient Portal: Manage Visibility of Diagnosis Codes and Diagnostic Tests

The content in this article is relevant to the OP Patient Portal, powered by InteliChart.

Overview

Diagnosis Codes and Diagnostic Tests can both be restricted from view on the OP Patient Portal. The following steps should be taken to ensure that the information displayed on the portal is appropriate and respects visibility restrictions.

Restrict Specific Diagnosis Codes from Displaying on the Patient Portal

Path: Practice Portal > Navigation Panel > Portal Management > Code Management > Diagnosis
  1. Navigate to Diagnosis Code Management by following the path above. The window displays the following information: 
  • Diagnosis Code: This is the SNOMED code associated with a diagnosis from OP. 
  • Description: The diagnosis description associated to the diagnosis code.
  • Publish: Checkbox indicating whether the diagnosis is published to the Patient Portal.
  • Block diagnoses that have no associated diagnosis code: The checkbox is selected by default. The checkbox indicates whether to publish code-less diagnoses to the Patient Portal.
  1. Deselect the checkbox in the Publish column to exclude the diagnosis from the Patient Portal.
  2. Click Save Settings once you are finished making selections. The Save Selection window is displayed.
  3. Click the Apply button.

Restrict Specific Diagnostic Tests from Displaying on the Patient Portal

Path: Practice Portal > Navigation Panel > Portal Management > Code Management > Labs
  1. Navigate to Labs Code Management by following the path above. The window displays the following information: 
  • Description: The diagnosis description associated to the lab/diagnostic test.
  • Publish: Checkbox indicating whether the diagnostic test is published to the Patient Portal.
  1. Deselect the checkbox in the Publish column to exclude the test from the Patient Portal.
  2. Click Save Settings once you are finished making selections. The Save Selection window is displayed.
  3. Click the Apply button.

Restrict All Diagnostic Tests from Displaying on the Patient Portal

Path: Practice Portal > Navigation Panel > Portal Management > Patient Interface > Manage Setup
  1. Navigate to the Manage Setup window by following the path above.
  2. In the Portal Features section of the window, locate Show Lab Tests Page/Widget.
  3. Click the Active slider button to the Off position.
  4. Click the Save button.