We are currently updating the OP Help Center content for the release of OP 14.19 or "OP 19". OP 19 is a member of the certified OP 14 family of products (official version is 14.19.1), which you may see in your software (such as in Help > About) and in the Help Center tabs labeled 14.19. You may also notice that the version number in content and videos may not match the version of your software, and some procedural content may not match the workflow in your software. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we make these enhancements.

Patient Chart: Allergies/Rxns

Version 14.19

About the Patient Chart: Allergies

Path: Clinical tab > Patient Chart button > Allergies
Path: Practice Management tab > Patient Chart button > Allergies
Path: Billing tab > Patient Chart button > Allergies

The Patient Chart is the central point of access to all areas of a patient's complete Medical record.  Use the Patient Chart to access and maintain patient records.  The Allergies button opens up a list of all known allergies for the patient. You can easily add or modify items from this window.


Note:  Just like a paper chart, the Office Practicum chart, and other windows in Office Practicum, contain personal health information that should be kept confidential. You should treat all windows in Office Practicum (like F8 Chart) just like you would treat a paper record of patient health information, never leaving that record out in the open for others to see. More specifically, you should always close all windows on your screen and log out of Office Practicum when you are done at your workstation.

Patient Chart: Allergies Map

Number

SectionDescription
1
Function buttonsThe function buttons print, add, edit, remove, and mark a note as reviewed.

2

No Problems buttonThe No Med Allergies button provides an indicator that there are no active medication allergies for the patient.
3
Allergy/Reaction gridThe Allergy/Reaction grid lists the patient's allergies, reactions and notes.  Allergies/Reactions are categorized by Medication Allergy, Non-Medication Allergy, and Vaccine Reactions.
4
Prioritize buttons The Prioritize buttons are used to prioritize the allergies in the grid.

5

Allergies buttonThe Allergies button is used to open the Allergies window in the patient chart.
Version 14.10

About the Patient Chart: Allergies/Rxns Tab

Path: Smart Toolbar > Chart button > Allergies/Rxns tab

The Patient Chart is the central point of access to all areas of a patient's complete Medical record.  Use the Patient Chart to access and maintain patient records.  The Allergies/Rxns tab opens up a list of all known allergies for the patient. You can easily add or modify items from this window.


Note:  Just like a paper chart, the Office Practicum chart, and other windows in Office Practicum, contain personal health information that should be kept confidential. You should treat all windows in Office Practicum (like F8 Chart) just like you would treat a paper record of patient health information, never leaving that record out in the open for others to see. More specifically, you should always close all windows on your screen and log out of Office Practicum when you are done at your workstation.

Patient Chart: Allergies/Rxns Tab Map

Number

SectionDescription
1
Function buttonsThe function buttons print, add, edit, remove, prioritize and mark a note as reviewed.

2

No Problems buttonThe No Med Allergies button provides an indicator that there are no active medication allergies for the patient.
3
Allergy/Reaction gridThe Allergy/Reaction grid lists the patient's allergies, reactions and notes.  Allergies/Reactions are categorized by Medication Allergy, Non-Medication Allergy, and Vaccine Reactions.

4

Left tabs

The left tabs open a different section within the patient’s medical records.  The Patient Chart contains the following left tabs: