More than 50 percent of practices have started customizing generic Electronic Health Record (EHR) templates according to Medical Economics. Customizing your EHR system can improve functionality and help a practice run more smoothly, and it allows for data and information to be more accurate and legible. The entire system that makes up your practice gets more productive and more eager to perform when you mould the EHR to accommodate your staff. The process of recording this information influences efficiency in the work progress as well as health outcomes for patients. Customization can be a daunting task but it is simple once broken down into these seven elements tailored to the Practice Fusion EHR:
You should consider changing the way you chart encounters with the help of rich text editing. Along the top of the S, O, A, and P sections of the screen or along the top of the main free-text field when charting a simple note, tools to change text can be found. You can alter paragraph formatting, use headers, add bullets and numbering, italicize or bold text, and change text alignment. Adjustments like font colour and size are prohibited to maintain clarity between transfers.
Do note that formatting may shift when you’re copying and pasting text from external sources. While bullet points, numbering, and indents should be maintained across platforms, other text editing options such as sizing, tables, and alignment may shift.
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