Tips for Managing Big Charts
The Big Chart button allows you to scan into ChartCapture one section at a time. Got a chart too big for your scanner tray? Use Big Chart.
When you click Big Chart, you’ll see the option to Add Pages. Select this and you can choose which section you want to scan into.
Remember: When you using Big Chart you DO NOT need to use any black separator sheets
If the Chart sections you have are still too big, follow these instructions:
- Take the section and split it into two parts.
- First, scan the second half. Then, scan the first half.
Why? The newest scans in ChartCapture show up first; older scans show up last. Doing it in this order will present it properly in the ChartCapture System.
For a chart to be ready to go through the scanner, you must first: Remove any metal, such as paperclips and staples. Add the black separator sheets to distinguish what pages go in which tab. Click here to get more black separator sheets. Along with ...
Managing Charts covers several topics, including page deletion, page reordering, and page relocation between sections or patients.
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