Searching Patient Orders

In this article, you will learn how to search patients.

Step1: When you open “Patient Search” page, all patient orders at your account will be shown. Patient Search results are displayed on grid with patient name, patient id, patient other ids, modality, accession number, study date and images count columns. You can sort the patient orders by clicking on these columns. The orders will be sorted accordingly the column you clicked on.

You will see “Record” section on the lower left corner of the page. The first figure in front of the parentheses indicates the total number of  the orders. The figures in the parentheses indicate the first and the last row number of orders on the displayed page, respectively.

You can navigate through pages by clicking on “Previous” and “Next” button on the lower of the page. The figures between these buttons indicate the current page number and last page number, respectively.

For filtering the patient orders, fill “Filter” field and the orders will be filtered automatically without having to click any command button. You can clear the “Filter” field to remove filtering.

Step 2: Patient orders can be searched by using patient name, patient id, patient other ids,  accession number and/or study date and/or modality. If you have more than one institution, you can also search by specific institution. Enter any of these information in the related field and click on “Search” button.

Step 3: Related patient order or orders that are matching to your search parameters will be displayed on the page.

Step 4: In order to clear the search parameter, click on “Clear” button. If you want to see original Patient Search content, click on “Search” button after clearing your search parameters.

Step 5: You can also search patient orders by using Keyword search field. Entered information will be searched in patient name, patient id, patient other ids and accession number at the same time. Fill Keyword search field, then, click on “Search” button.

Step 6: Once you have clicked on, you will see related order or orders on the page.

Step 7: In order to clear your search parameters, you can follow the same steps in Step 4.

Step 8: You can also search patient orders by using the date range. For this, select the “Date Range” on the left side of the page. When you select a specific range such as “Today”, “Yesterday”, “Last Month” or “Last 10 Years”, “From Date” and “To Date” information will be selected automatically according to this range. If you select “Custom Date Range”, you can select “From Date” and “To Date” information as you like. After selecting the date range, click on “Search” button. Date Range search can be used with other search parameters.

Step 9: After clicking on, related patient order or orders will be shown on the page.

Step 10: For clearing your search parameters, you can follow the same steps in Step 4.

Step 11: You can also search patient orders by using modality of the order. Select the modality of the patient order on the left side of the page. When you select the modality, it will turn into blue colour. Then click on “Search” button. Modality filter can be used with other search parameters.

Step 12: After searching, you will see related patient order or orders on the page.

Step 13: For clearing your search parameters, you can follow the same steps in Step 4.

Step 14: If you have more than one institution defined, you want to search orders by institution. Select “Institution” on the lower left side of the page. Then click on “Search” button.

Step 15: After searching, related patient order or orders will be displayed on the page.

Step 16: You can also search patient orders by using the sub-user name. Select “User” on the lower left side of the page. Then click on “Search” button.

Step 17: After searching, you will see related patient order or orders on the page.

Step 18: In order to clear the search parameter, you can follow the same steps in Step 4.

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