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Anticipating

The Layout Based Visit Form with the G (graphable) option will plot data points but only 1 point per encounter day. To graph multiple values in the same day and to have more than one graph per encounter, the user must deploy this form.

It is particularly useful for plotting parameters with diurnal variations.

Track Anything has other refinements such as order of plotting, multiple views and conglomeration of multi-day graphs.

When the form was first created, it utilized the Procedures Module. Subsequently it has been decoupled from Procedures as explained in this post. The reasons for the unlinking were also given in the same thread.

Tracks items can now be configured directly from the form itself. Procedures configuration is unnecessary.

This form debuted in version 4.2.0.

Adding

Although 4.2.0 comes preloaded with Track Anything, a series of steps must be undertaken to bring it into service.

1. Register the form.

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2. Install the database by clicking "install db".

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3. Enable it, name the Category "Clinical" or whatever the user desires; then click "update".

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Configuring

1. Create an encounter.

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2. Select form.

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3. Click "Configure tracks".

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4. Configure the first tier.

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5. Configure the second tier.

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6. When all items have been configured, close this part of the module.

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Plotting

1. Select a parameter to graph.

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2. After entering time and other data, click "Save".

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3. Upon completion, click "Stop".

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4. Any permutation of 2 or more data points can be graphed. Date and time will be the abscissa, while the parameter value will be the ordinate.

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Order of the plots can be changed.

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Aside from the Encounter Form, track items can be viewed from the Patient Summary.

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Viewing

The first segment of the video refers to Procedures configuration. Skip that obsolete portion by fast-forwarding to frame 1:50 to start the tutorial.


openemr track anything demo


The author is Joe Slam, a.k.a. produnis. SoccerGermanyFlagSmiley.GIF