So examples of how they can be used are to:
- Capture additional information on a treatment note during a consultation.
- Display additional information to the patient on a prescription
- Collect additional patient information on the patient information screen.
To create a custom field select Content -> Custom Fields from the SimpleClinic menu.
Any existing custom fields will be shown in the main content area (Your SimpleClinic account comes pre-loaded with lots of fields already!)
If you see a X, this means it is not showing in that area. A tick will mean you have selected to show it in that area.
Please note: adding a custom field to both the prescription and treatment note does not link these.
To add a new custom field, Click the Add New button on the action bar. This will bring up a modal window for you to provide additional information about the custom field.
The following information needs to be provided:
Label - This is how the custom field is displayed in the treatment note and the prescription.
Show on Prescription - If set to Yes the custom field will be displayed on the prescription, both in clinic and public versions.
Show on Treatment note - If set to Yes the custom field will be displayed on the treatment note.
Show on Patient Record - If set to Yes the custom field will be displayed on the patient record.
Once the custom field has been defined just click OK.
If you would like to re-order your fields, this can be done by dragging and dropping.
Fields can also be grouped together by appointment type such as initial and follow, steps for this can be found here.
To edit a custom field click the Edit button in the main content area beside the custom field that you wish to edit. Changes will be applied immediately.
To delete a custom field just click the Delete button next to the custom field you wish to delete. PLEASE NOTE: Deleting a custom field will make data stored in that particular custom field inaccessible through the user interface. This will also apply to both new treatment notes and prescriptions, and existing.