Docuplate Toolkit - Getting Started with Your Own Documentation
The following segments introduce some more realistic items that may be used when creating documentation. Taking time to familiarize yourself with this feature by playing/practicing can help provide context, making further learning faster and easier.
To use these shortcuts, simply type the shortcut into the corresponding field, then press the spacebar. This will expand the shortcut.
Note: This guide is about getting started; the focus is on simple demonstration, not full support of comprehensive charting. These abbreviated terms are provided only to assist in getting started. They are not comprehensive, and are not intended to contain all the items you will use.
Additional Starter Shortcuts
Subjective: Sub-, Sub--, Sub=, Subt, ROSX, ChiX, nexc, nexd and nexs
Objective: Obj-, Objs, Objn, ObjX, ObjX1c, ObjX1n and ObjHA
Follow Up: Fol-
Additional Starters - Comparing New Generation Docuplates
PhaC - Pharyngitis or Sore Throat (Compressed)
GasC - Gastroenteritis (Compressed)
InfC - Influenza (Compressed)
URIC - URI - Upper Respiratory Infection (Compressed)
DysC - Dysuria (Compressed) Female Cystitis
IngToe - Ingrown Toenail (Compressed)
Click on the docuplate description to select-highlight, then Click the Download button. Even though many of these docuplates may be associated with disorders rarely/never treated in your practice, they may be useful in helping provide insight into complementary/alternative work flows.
PhaNG - Pharyngitis or Sore Throat (NG)
GasNG - Gastroenteritis (NG)
InfNG - Influenza (NG)
URIC - URI - Upper Respiratory Infection (NG)
DysC - Dysuria (NG) Female Cystitis
IngToe - Ingrown Toenail (NG)
It may be helpful to reduce the complexity of a downloaded docuplate item. After inserting the NG docuplate/template, Press Control + F9 to perform a Remove Unused Items command. This will immediately simplify the docuplate/template encounter format, revealing the basic organization/framework suggested for the documentation process.