FlowSheets in ChARM EHR helps you to easily track patient health data over a period of time.
Using Flowsheets you can
Flowsheets are fully customizable. You can create flowsheets with your own fields and preferred layout.
Let us see how to create a flowsheet with data below.
|LAB VALUES||HbA1c, LDL|
|CUSTOM PARAMS||Foot screening|
You can access patient's flowsheets from dashboard.
Flowsheets associated to all patients (from Settings) are shown by default. You can also open new flowsheets using 'Add/Edit Flowsheet' option.
Patient's existing medical records are automatically pulled and shown as per the fields created in flowsheet. Here is the sample view of the 'Diabetes Flowsheet' that we created.
Use the FLAG icon next to the parameter to flag abnormal values.
You can also export the flowsheet data as a CSV file and share with referring providers.
You can also add flowsheet entries during encounter.
Flowsheet entires added from encounter section are shown as part of the chart note.
If vitals are already included in flowsheet, you can even remove the 'Health Vitals' section from Encounter.
This option is provided under Settings > Encounter > Preferences section.
You can configure member privileges for add,edit,delete actions in flowsheets under
Settings > Facility > Roles section
You can share the flowsheet with all the patients or share to individual patients on need basis. For sharing to all the patients, edit the flowsheet and select the 'Share this flowsheet with all patients' option. Also, specify how frequently the patients need to fill the flowsheet.
For sharing to specific patients, go to the 'Patient Dashboard > Flowsheet'' section. Add the Flowsheet and then share it with the patient.
Once the flowsheet is shared, patients can fill it at the specified interval from the 'Patient Portal > Flowsheets' section.
Data filled by a patient is accessible from the 'Patient Dashboard > Flowsheet' section. The flowsheet lists both the data filled by the patient (from PHR) and the data added by your practice members (from EHR). Patient filled data is shown with a different color and a 'Filled by patient' label, to distinguish it from the practice filled data.