You can add fields to the patient card and provide care coordinators with the information they need about a patient’s contact information, conditions, prescriptions, appointments, and other information from their medical records.
The patient card is made up of three different components:
- The patient card navigation menu (1) that lets care coordinators navigate to the pages they need without leaving the patient card. You can customize the items that appear in the tab navigation list on the patient card using custom settings. So you can add a new navigation item to one of the default menu categories, or you can add a category with new child navigation options to what you already have.
- The patient card header (2) that provides basic information on the patient as well as a thumbnail photo, if available.
The patient card header shows identification information for the patient. The following table shows the source of the information that is displayed for each patient. Fields from the patient card header aren’t available for editing or other customizations.
|Thumbnail photo||Chatter profile photo|
|Patient name||Contact record|
|Date of birth and age||Formula field based on fields from the contact record|
|Gender||Gender Label field on EHR Patient record|
- Patient contact and medical record fields (3) that you can add to the patient card. You can customize the patient card and add fields from the source record system so that care coordinators have the information they need to manage patients. Each field displays up to 200 characters, after which users can click Show More to expand the section and view the remaining text. There is no upper limit to the number of fields you can add to the patient card, but we recommend no more than 15-20 fields to ensure optimal performance.