The new ability to attach pictures to forms is fabulous

  • 30 October 2020
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Early this morning I tested the ability to have a user attach one or more items to an intake form. I created a duplicate of a specialty consult intake process and wanted to share the link. This reflects some of the type of data points one might need just to make sure the communication is clear. I tested out by literally holding my phone up to a picture of a CT scan that might be sitting on my computer as a primary care doc, but in a PACS system the specialist might not have direct access to. In addition, one can imagine looking at a patient summary  sheet (problems, meds, allergies) on your EMR and literally snapping a picture to get securely to the specialists inbox. The possibilities are endless. And how it shows up in the inbox is just beautiful, with large images, not just thumbnails

Here is a test example to my own practice inbox

https://forms.myupdox.com/#/form/59423


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One thing I noticed.  When the form is received with the pictures, those pictures are not separate files in the inbox, so you cannot zoom in to view or save separately, etc  BUT if you either download to pdf  or , which is cool--click Print, Print to Updox, then it sort of converts the form in the inbox to a document editable process like other content

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@wedgar We had someone upload their insurance cards and drivers license.  They look great in Updox but when moved to the EMR are way too grainy to read.  It goes from being in color to black and white - like a fax.

update:  When sending from Updox to EMR chart it does the above.  When I save to PDF & move it to the EMR it looks the way it does in Updox.

 

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Thats really important so make sure support team is aware for future enhancement

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