Patient Type and SOAP Notes
In zHealth, there are three patient types available by default:
Personal Injury Patients
The Patient Type configuration maps the patient type to the SOAP note a provider should use.
For Cash and Insurance Patients, a provider should use Chiro-Note (CHR)
For Personal Injury Patients, a provider should use PI notes
When any clinic signs up with us, we create two default SOAP note packages for that clinic - CHR and PI and three patient types Cash, Insurance and Personal Injury. The patient types and SOAP notes are mapped automatically by zHealth software so that a clinic can start taking notes for three types of patients as soon as they complete their initial setup.
How to Download or Print All SOAP Notes of a Patient
Sometimes you need to download or print all SOAP notes of a patient for your internal purpose, any legal request or referral to another practitioner. In zHealthEHR, you can print or download SOAP notes: 1. With Invoice 2. Without Invoice 3. With ...
SALTing in SOAP Notes or How to Copy Previous Note
How does SALTing work? zHealthEHR supports copying of the previous visit SOAP note findings to the new visit. This is called SALTing, aka Same As Last Time. Currently, the way SALTing works depends upon the Provider who is going to see the patient ...
How to Create a SOAP Note for a New Patient
To create a SOAP note for a new patient visit, the patient has to be on the Appointment Scheduler. There are two ways a new patient appears on the Appointment Calendar/Scheduler: You're using zHealth Online Appointment Portal and a new patient books ...
Sign a SOAP Note
Providers must review and sign a note. Signing a note is part of the electronic charting workflow and affects how chart entries are finished. Signing a SOAP note indicates that a note is complete and no more changes should be made to it. 1. Navigate ...
How to Use SOAP Templates
If you’d like to standardize your charting or, better yet, reduce the overall time you spend creating notes, using Save Templates in our SOAP Note section is the way to go. Templates are used to save information about similar patients so you don't ...