Flashcards in Chapter 18 - SmartTools: Text, Phrases, Lists, and Links Deck (10):
If you type “.name” in the Comments field of the reason for visit, why doesn’t the patient’s name appear?
SmartLinks only work in SmartTool-enabled fields, and that Comments field isn’t SmartTool-enabled.
True or False: If I use a SmartLink for allergies in my progress note, it will automatically refresh if anyone updates my patient’s allergies during this visit.
Describe one way an administrator can see which SmartTexts use a particular SmartList.
One possible answer: In that SmartList record, look on the Used By tab.
When testing a patient instruction SmartText, it isn’t in the lookup list for patient instructions. Give one possible reason for this.
One possible reason: Wrong functional type
Name one SmartTool often used within a SmartText.
One possible answer: SmartLists
In the following list of symptoms, explain how mutually exclusive groups could be applied: oriented, disoriented, well-hydrated, ***.
‘oriented’ and ‘disoriented’ should be assigned to different groups so they can’t be selected together. However, an oriented or disoriented person could also be well-hydrated or *** (wildcard), so ‘well-hydrated’ and the wildcard should not be assigned any group.
Can SmartPhrases contain SmartLists?
Which SmartTool can you summon using the dot: SmartList, SmartText, or SmartLink?
You name a SmartList record “desc; appearance.” Will end users see any words in the braces (display text)? Explain.
Yes, if the administrator does not enter a display text, then the record name is copied as the display text.