February 8, 2016 at 10:55 am #31584stevemaParticipant
I have set up forms on clinic office so that I can go paper free. I am still developing this. I want to be able to generate complex reports based on the forms. I may well enlist Clinic Office to do this for me. have a question about this. I have a lot of options for example “hip range of motion”. If a fill in the associated box “Reduced on internal rotation” I would then want that to be generated on the report as follows ” Hip range of motion: Reduced on internal rotation.” However if the patient’s hip range of motion was normal I would not write anything in the box. In this case I would want the generated report to say nothing. I would not want it so say “Hip range of motion: [blank]” In other words fields where I enter nothing on the form should not appear on the report. Whereas, if I do enter something they should appear on the report with some preliminary text…. Ok so can I do this with Clinic office?February 8, 2016 at 11:00 am #33660
Thanks for your post. I will pass this over to our developer to have a look into it for you.
As soon as I hear back, I will post again on here.
Thanks 🙂February 16, 2016 at 11:17 am #33661stevemaParticipant
Any news on this Matt?February 19, 2016 at 8:45 am #33662
Sorry for the late reply. I have chased this up and awaiting a response.
Thanks for your patience.March 18, 2016 at 8:32 am #33663SupportKeymaster
It depends to some degree as to what kind of “REPORT” you mean. Are we talking about a word processor report, a design template or a grid report? In any case the answer is much the same, which is that this can be accomplished if we write some custom SQL for you.
In these kind of cases, the best procedure is for you to mock-up the report for us (in Word for example) and provide as much detail as possible as to where data is being pulled from for the report and then we can design the report for you. There is a charge for the time involved in doing this, which we’d advise you of once we see the mock-up and know how much work is involved.
However, once you have one such report, you could most likely just copy it and then adapt it yourself to create similar reports yourself in the future.
I hope this helps a little!
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