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How do I add or edit medical-history questions?
How do I add or edit medical-history questions?

This article explains how to add medical history questions to your records or edit them

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Written by Pablo
Updated over a week ago

The medical history and current medical status questions provide you a perfect insight into the medical situation of your patient. Having a full understanding of your patient’s health situation is, of course, essential before starting any treatment. Once you know your patient is healthy enough and no health-related contra-indications exist for the proposed treatment, you can go ahead and start the treatment safely.

Different types of medical questions are possible to create:

  • Yes / No

  • Radio buttons

  • Dropdown

  • Multiple choices

  • checkboxes

  • Open Questions

Questions can be optional to answer or required. You’re also able to specify if a particular question is male or female specific and if a question is dependent on the patient’s age.

When a patient books an appointment and receives a confirmation email, a unique secured link in this email directs the patient to the questions you add here. That way the patient can answer these medical questions before he/she attends the appointment.

Note: Make sure to assign a question to all applicable categories. This way the question always shows in the list when selecting a specific treatment category during a consultation.

To organize the layout of your medical question page you can also choose to use headers and text descriptions. You can create headers and text descriptions and assign them to one or more treatment categories.

Finally you can use the preview link below the page to see how these questions are layout for the different categories.

To add a medical question, open menu > record settings > records > medical questions. Edit existing questions by clicking on them. Add a new question by clicking on the plus (+) icon in the right upper corner.

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