OD Link Manual Patient Screen and DemographicsImages (Supercontainer on older versions)

Images (Supercontainer on older versions)

Import and store any file or image in the patient's file.

Patient > Images (Supercontainer on older versions)

Patient > Images (Supercontainer on older versions)

Drag and drop any image or file into the three containers that will allow quick access (1,2,3).  These boxes should be used for the three images you think you will look at the most and need quick access to.  You can use the +ADD button to load additional images.  There is a +ADD for patient related images and one for exam related images.  

Label boxes

Label boxes

You can label the four "quick" boxes to make sense for your office.  We've given you some choices in the pull down menu.  You can Edit this list by choosing "edit" at the bottom.

The image or part of the image will be visible in the window.  Double click on it or use "open" to open up the image.

Additional images

The +ADD button will open up an image window.

Additional images

Additional images

You can then drag and drop or right click to upload image.  You can also set up a 1.jpg or 1.pdf image on your desktop and drop images there as you scan.  Some scanners can be set up to auto-drop into this place on the desktop.   You can then use the (1) +1.jpg or +1.pdf button to pull the image into the box with one click.  

(2) You can label the image by using one of our category buttons or you can type whatever you want into the notes. (3) It will be dated for you.

You can click on the blue detail button next to any image to open it.

Exam Images

Exam Images

Exam images can be added and accessed in the Images tab in the patient window or in the exam.  Images will show up both places for easy access by the staff or doctor.  

Exam Window

Exam Window

In the exam window>Test/Imports tab click the "Add" (red circle) to open up the image window.  You can then drag and drop or right click to copy and paste an image.  

Image window

Image window

In the exam image window you can use the same methods to insert an image as described above.  Drag and drop.  Right click and paste.  +1.jpg or +1.pdf.  There are tools to help you label the image (1).  Make notes about the image (2).  Use drawing tools (3).  Charge the patient for the image (4).  Make a plan (5).  Use the appropriate tab for your image (arrow).

List of images

List of images

Use the blue detail button next to any image to open up a scrolling list of all images available for that patient.

List of images

List of images

You will then be able to scroll through all images for that patient and double click to look at them.