Patients

Authorizations

Authorizations - are the number of allowed visits as authorized by the payer. In Touch EMR had provided an ability for users to count authorizations down and alert the users when there are no more available authorized visits. This will inform the user to contact the payer and get more authorizations. In this lesson you will learn to: - Set authorizations in a patient chart - Associate the authorization to an appointment - Tracking Authorizations Set authorizations in a patien...

The Patient Chart

In In Touch EMR only accounts, you will need to review the following lessons about the Patient Chart - Patient Chart Creation (https://privatepracticehelpdesk.ladesk.com/029940-Patient-Chart-Creation-) - Locating Patients (https://privatepracticehelpdesk.ladesk.com/577182-Locating-Patients) - The Patient Dashboard (https://privatepracticehelpdesk.ladesk.com/225596-The-Patient-Dashboard) - Editing Patient Charts (https://privatepracticehelpdesk.ladesk.com/298346-Editing-the-Patient-...

Patient Chart Creation

In In Touch EMR Only accounts you will have the ability to enter patients one by one or in bulk. Creating a Patient Chart To start creating a patient chart, go to the Patients tab and choose New Patient. The user must start entering all the information. All fields that have an asterisk are mandatory fields and needs to be filled out prior to saving the page. Importing Patients This is to upload the current patient list in bulk. To start go to the Patient tab on the l...

Editing the Patient Chart

In this lesson, we will discuss the following: - Editing the patient chart - Different features available in the patient chart Editing a Patient Chart From the Patient Dashboard, you will be able to edit the patient record by clicking on the Edit Patient tab at the top. There are several tabs located under the Edit Patient tab: - Essentials - Segmentation - Addresses - Touch Points - Designators - Insurance - Alerts - Certification List - Pati...

Patient Dashboard - Alerts

In Touch EMR allows you to set up the following patient alerts so you and your staff can stay up to date with patient care. To set up patient alerts, go to the Patient Dashboard, and click on the Edit Patient tab at the top. In this lesson, we will discuss the different types of alerts, the functions, and locations. Types of Alerts - Physician Certification - this alert will notify you if a certification is missing, or about to expire, and allows you to assign the signed certifi...