You can build your own document templates to save time when creating documents for patients.
Open the Configuration module and go to Document templates under Journal. Here is an overview of existing templates, if any.
To create a new template, click Add template in the overview.
Add a name in the document template field, that will show in the overview.
Add a subject, that will be visible to the patient.
Add your text and content.
You create/edit the template in the first tab, and click the preview tab to see the final result.
The templates can also use different tags that retrieve information from PatientSky, to easily add the patient's name, treatment date, practitioner name, etc. This will then correlate with the relevant information when using the template.
Write a @ in the content field to see and select the different tags.
Here is also an overview:
Next day numeric
Next month numeric
Patient birth date
Patient birth number
Patient frist name
Patient last name
Patient middle name
Service provider address
Service provider name
Service provider phone.nr
Here is an example of a document template.
Read how to use documents here.
This can occur when you copy and paste text from another application like Microsoft Word. Often, this pastes the text with additional invisible formatting or characters, which may mean that the first page appears blank.
You can avoid this by:
Remove formatting in PatientSky. Highlight the text and click Remove formatting.
Paste without formatting. Press Ctrl + Shift + V eller Cmd + Opt + Shift + V (mac) to paste your text in PatientSky without formatting.
Remove invisible characters. Place your mouse cursor after the first letter in your text, and then press and hold the delete key for a few seconds. Retype the first character you removed. This removes any invisible characters.