EMR Database Selection Window (FAQ)
What can I do from the Database Selection Window?
What are nested databases and how do I use them?
When documenting procedures using EMR you are able to have your selections launch additional databases to make further selections. To see nested databases in action, view the help video below.
What are each of the fields on the Database Selection Window?
When you open your Database Selection window, you will see all of your already created Databases. Next to each database is a box with a plus sign in it. Clicking that box will expand the database to let you see the items contained in each database. The columns on the main screen are as follows:
This is the name of the database, and what will display on your EMR template before you make your selection during documentation.
EMR allows you to make multiple selections for each database during documentation. How the multiple selections are separated is shown on this column.
Category allows you to organize your database list to make it easier to locate when creating/editing your EMR templates.
Save to Clinical Database
With this option checked off, selections made during documentation for this database can be merged into Quick Letters when printed for the patient.
The actual name of the database that the program assigns. Generally, you never need to know about the database name, with the exception of nesting your database items to allow for more detailed documentation.
After clicking the plus box and expanding your database, you can see the list of the items attached to that database. There are four columns on the item list:
The description field is what will show on your documentation when the item is selected.
If there is an ADA code attached to the item it will be displayed here.
If there is a letter attached to the item, the name will be displayed here.
If a letter is attached to the item, this field will display whether the letter is set to print or be inserted into the EMR documentation.
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