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As the lists grow larger, you have to scroll down to see the bottom bands. The ability to Collapse and Expand each band separately within the Medical History strip would be ideal. To this end, providers can select what they want to see or not see at the visit and would be simpler than having to scroll down to the lower bands.
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  • Jun 20 2016
  • Released
  • Dec 16, 2019

    Admin response

    Released in Accuro build 2017.01.849

    Expanding and Collapsing Medical History Band Content, Encounter Notes

    For patients with a lot of information in their Medical History Bands (EMR > Encounter Notes) the bands with a lot of patient data can now be expanded or collapsed, as required. When a Medical History Band is collapsed, the number of items hidden from view is displayed in the ribbon.

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  • Janice Lea commented
    13 Apr, 2019 07:47pm

    I checked the box to remember medical history bands but it does not remember it for different patients.
    I want it to be a universal setting across all my patients, not waste my time collapsing bands for hundreds of patients.
    How do I make it a universal setting?

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    Shelley Hughes commented
    9 Apr, 2019 08:02pm

    Hi Kim - Dates should not have been removed. We will look into this. I will be created a case and will have our Client Services Team reach out to you so we can resolve. 

  • Guest commented
    9 Apr, 2019 07:34pm

    Hi Shelley – Kim from Dr. Kyle Brydon’s office – Just wondering where the date went from the Current Medication Band – we used this all the time for knowing when and if the patient has been taking their drops and if they needed repeating. All the other bands have the dates – why were these deleted? And can I get them back. Very annoying to have to hover over the name of the medication to see the date now.

    Kim Carder

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

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    Shelley Hughes commented
    9 Apr, 2019 07:06pm

    Thanks Deb! I will reach out to you so we can take a look with you. 

  • Guest commented
    9 Apr, 2019 06:58pm

    Hey Shelley, this is wrapping some of our dates for our immunization kinda funny, like above the name.


  • Admin
    Shelley Hughes commented
    6 Apr, 2019 03:16pm

    In our latest release, 2017.01.849, users can now expand or collapse Medical History bands. An additional change will be available shortly to correct the direction of the arrows indicating expand or collapse.

    Medical History Bands, Encounter Notes
    Medical History Bands (EMR > Encounter Notes) can now be expanded or collapsed one at a time or all at once, as required. This can be helpful to reduce scrolling when patients have a lot of information.

    When a Medical History Band is collapsed, the number of items hidden from view is displayed in the ribbon (with the exception of the Allergies band).
    The expanded or collapsed state will be remembered until a new patient is loaded and the bands will default to expanded again.

    There is a User Preference available (File > User Preferences > Display > General) called “Remember Collapsed State of Medical History Bands” that will remember the collapsed/open state on a patient by patient (and user by user) basis if you find yourself always collapsing certain bands for certain patients. By default, this User Preference is not enabled.

    Note: Please remember to log out of Accuro and back in after applying this setting.

  • Christine Oriet commented
    20 Aug, 2018 12:34pm

    This would be a great idea

  • Jason Hunter commented
    15 Aug, 2018 09:53pm

    Great idea

  • Guest commented
    5 Mar, 2017 08:33pm

    Even better would be a counter for the number of items in the band (eg: Lifestyle (xx) )

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