Patient history product type filter

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Development Project Status: Under Discussion

Total cost estimate (ex-Tax): 
$1280
Due date for completion of this stage: 
26/07/2017
Release: 
Future
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Project description: 

This project will add a Product Type filter to the patient history display. This can be used to quickly display medication and charges for one or more product types. e.g. it could be used to show all vaccinations that a patient has received.

The filter will be added to:

It will:

  • enable Medication and Customer Invoice Item records to be displayed based on their Product Type
  • allow multiple Product Types to be selected, via check boxes
  • default to All product types

 

Exclusions

The filter will not be available in the patient Problem history displays i.e. in:

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Re: Patient history product type filter

Can we have the option to chose the default product type to sort by rather than default to all.

I'd envisage that we will be generally using this to isolate vaccination histories.  If we can chose the default product types this will reduce the number of clicks required to get the routine information.

 

Many thanks

David

Re: Patient history product type filter

The filter will initially be off (i.e. set to All), to allow all medical  records to be displayed.

If you only want to ever select a single product type, then either a text field (with completion/browser support) or a drop down could be used.

 

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