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Preventive Exam: Graphic

Version 14.19

About Preventive Exam: Graphic

Path: Clinical tab > Patient Chart button > Well Visits > New or Open Note button > Graphic
Path: Practice Management tab > Patient Chart button > Well Visits > New or Open Note button > Graphic
Path: Billing tab > Patient Chart button > Well Visits > New or Open Note button > Graphic

The Preventive Exam window charts a patient well-visit exam. The Preventive Exam window helps to code and complete a preventive encounter visit.  The preventive exam note encompasses both narrative and comprehensive formats. It also allows you to customize the layout of the note.  The note is added to the patient chart.

The The Graphic window allows images that can be drawn on or annotated to be imported to an encounter.

Preventive Exam: Graphic Map

Number
SectionDescription

1

Graphic buttonThe Graphic button opens the Graphic window in the patient's well visit note.
2
Well Visit Function buttonsThe function buttons delete an entire well visit note, edit a well visit note, or save an well visit note.
3
Flag as Incomplete checkboxThe Flag as Incomplete checkbox will mark an encounter as unfinished.
4
Choose buttonThe Choose button opens the Search for Documents window.  From the Search for Documents window, search for and select the document that will appear in the Items panel of the Patient Encounter: Graphic window.
5
Image Editing buttonsThe image editing buttons are used to highlight, add text and alter the image.  The buttons include:
  • : Select the color to use on the image (highlighting, free hand draw an area of the image).
  • :  Raise or lower the numeric value to increase of decrease the thickness of a a line.  It can also increase or decrease the font size of the text that is added to the image.
  • : Deselects an editing mode and returns the cursor to normal mode.  Returning the cursor to normal mode does not alter the image if the mouse is clicked while hovering the cursor over the image.
  • : The Zoom box function is used to zoom the picture to the size of the drawn rectangle.
  • :  The Undo button will undo the most recent change to the image.
  • : The Annotation button adds text annotations to the image using color for fill area.
  • : The Free Hand button free hand draws using colors and line widths.
  • : The Highlight button highlights an area of the image using the selected color.
  • : The Erase button is used to erase an area of the image using the selected color.
6
Finalize buttonsThe Finalize buttons are used to sign, apply changes, or cancel changes to an image.
7
Rotate buttonsThe Rotate buttons rotate the displayed image in the preview pane ninety (90) degrees clockwise or counter-clockwise).
8
Items panelThe Items panel lists the documents that are selected from the Search for Documents window.  From this panel, images and documents can be selected to appear in the preview pane for viewing or editing.  Selected images in this panel can be edited, deleted, and saved.
9
Preview paneThe preview pane displays the selected document in the Items pane. The image can be drawn on or annotated.
10
Item Function buttonsThe Item Function buttons are used to delete, edit, save changes, or cancel changes to the selected document in the Items pane.
11
Document Navigation buttons
The Document Navigation buttons are used to navigate to the first, previous, next, or last page of the document.  The document can be zoomed in and out using the buttons as well.
Version 14.10

About Preventive Exam: Graphic Tab

Path: Smart Toolbar > Chart button > Well Visits tab > Open Note button > Graphic tab
Path: Smart Toolbar > Schedule Button > Well Visit tab >  Edit button > Graphic tab

The Preventive Exam window charts a patient well-visit exam. The Preventive Exam window helps to code and complete a preventive encounter visit.  The preventive exam note encompasses both narrative and comprehensive formats. It also allows you to customize the layout of the note.  The note is added to the patient chart.

The The Graphic tab allows images that can be drawn on or annotated to be imported to an encounter.

Preventive Exam: Graphic Tab Map

Number
SectionDescription

1

Well Visit Note Editor tab

The Well Visit Note Editor documents the patient preventive exam.  The Well Visit Note Editor contains the following tabs:


2
Items panelThe Items panel lists the documents that are selected from the Search for Documents window.  From this panel, images and documents can be selected to appear in the preview pane for viewing or editing.  Selected images in this panel can be edited, deleted, and saved.
3
Choose buttonThe Choose button opens the Search for Documents window.  From the Search for Documents window, search for and select the document that will appear in the Items panel of the Patient Encounter: Graphic window.

4

Care Plans tabThe Care Plans tab lists, prints, and manages care plans for a patient’s health maintenance schedule.
5
Prior Well Visits tabThe Prior Well Visits tab lists the previous preventive exam notes.

6

Templates tab

The Templates tab lists the templates that are created, edited, and reviewed in the Well Visit Template Editor. Templates are pre-written scenarios you can use in a well visit to document common pediatric diagnoses. Templates include detailed descriptions for the usual pertinent positive and negative findings of a wide variety of illnesses, with a standard assessment, plan and ICD-10 coding. Included with your installation of Office Practicum are Pediatric specific templates.

7
Image Editing buttonsThe image editing buttons are used to highlight, add text and alter the image.  The buttons include:
  • : Select the color to use on the image (highlighting, free hand draw an area of the image).
  • :  Raise or lower the numeric value to increase of decrease the thickness of a a line.  It can also increase or decrease the font size of the text that is added to the image.
  • : Deselects an editing mode and returns the cursor to normal mode.  Returning the cursor to normal mode does not alter the image if the mouse is clicked while hovering the cursor over the image.
  • : The Zoom box function is used to zoom the picture to the size of the drawn rectangle.
  • :  The Undo button will undo the most recent change to the image.
  • : The Annotation button adds text annotations to the image using color for fill area.
  • : The Free Hand button free hand draws using colors and line widths.
  • : The Highlight button highlights an area of the image using the selected color.
  • : The Erase button is used to erase an area of the image using the selected color.
8
Function buttonsThe Function buttons delete an entire well visit note, edit a well visit note, or save an well visit note.
9
Flag as Incomplete checkboxThe Flag as Incomplete checkbox will mark an preventive exam as unfinished.
10
Finalize buttonsThe Finalize buttons are used to sign, apply changes, or cancel changes to an image.
11
Rotate buttonsThe Rotate buttons rotate the displayed image in the preview pane ninety (90) degrees clockwise or counter-clockwise).
12
Preview paneThe preview pane displays the selected document in the Items pane. The image can be drawn on or annotated.
13
Item Function buttonsThe Item Function buttons are used to delete, edit, save changes, or cancel changes to the selected document in the Items pane.
14
Document Navigation buttonsThe Document Navigation buttons are used to navigate to the first, previous, next, or last page of the document.  The document can be zoomed in and out using the buttons as well.