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Elements Of A New Form

Note there are a large number of forms that can be found within the OpenEMR package at openemr/contrib/forms directory. This area is used to post visit and other kinds of medical record related forms that OpenEMR Contributors wish to share. Please follow the basic guidelines below for a new form:

  • A link to a page with these elements:
  • A complete description of the forms intended purpose and target user.
  • Indication of skills level required for installation.
  • Detailed installation instructions.
  • Specific configuration and removal instructions.
  • A screen shot of the form.
  • A compressed ZIP or TAR.GZ file containing all the required components.
  • The contributor signature.

Installing A Form

  1. Files in the mentioned directory need to be installed in another directory.
  2. Do a copy => paste from openemr/contrib/forms/your_desired_form_directory to openemr/interface/forms/your_desired_form_directory
  3. Verify that your_desired_form is in the openemr/interface/forms folder before registering.
  4. Go to your favourite Web browser and open OpenEMR. From Administration/Other/Forms; register, activate_db and make active the desired form. Video tutorial, below, on registration begins at 3:50.
  5. Open an Encounter form for a patient.
  6. Click on the tab, Administration, Miscellaneous, Clinical or whatever name you chose for the tab.
  7. Click on the desired form to open it.


New Encounter & Coding

Removing A Form

  • Delete the once desired form from openemr/interface/forms.
  • Delete the form from the database. If you are unfamiliar working with the database, disable the form by following the directions in the next paragraph. A false step in the database can make your copy of OpenEMR non-functional.
  • It is always safer to inactivate a form than it is to delete it. A form that falls out of favor may acquire a new luster down the road. Clicking "enable" will disable the form, thus retiring it for the time being. It will be merely one click to bring it back into service instead the more laborious process outlined in the prior section.

List of Forms

  • Forms, followed by an asterisk (*), have been pre-installed and registered. They are ready for use.
  • Forms, followed by an exclamation point (!), have been pre-installed but unregistered. They have to be registered before use.
  1. CAMOS module!.
  2. Primary Care Physical Exam! - PE form with ordinary results (WNL) listed for quick, exception only reviews. posted by --Tony - www.mi-squared.com 07:07, 8 March 2011 (UTC) Download TAR and/or ZIP files suggested into openemr/contrib/forms/PE_Exam. Unzip files and follow instructions for inclusion in OpenEMR database.
  3. Graphic pain map! - Form to register client pain complaints with location and severity, if needed with extra remarks. Can be adapted for any specialty. Included in OpenEMR installations under contrib.
  4. Activity Impact.
  5. Additional Studies.
  6. Adult Progress Note.
  7. Aftercare Plan!.
  8. Ankle Evaluation Form!.
  9. Approved Physical.
  10. Assessment Intake.
  11. Bariatric Surgery Set.
  12. Body Composition.
  13. Bronchitis Form!.
  14. Cardiology Set.
  15. Chiropractic History.
  16. Chiropractic Set.
  17. Clinical Notes.
  18. Complaint History.
  19. Contacts.
  20. Cricket Injury Audit.
  21. Documents.
  22. Evaluation.
  23. Example.
  24. Example 2.
  25. Football Injury Audit.
  26. Form Maker.
  27. Habits.
  28. Hands.
  29. Hearing Test.
  30. High Risk Screening Record.
  31. History Exam Plan.
  32. HP TJE Primary.
  33. HPI.
  34. Immunization Record.
  35. Individual Treatment Plan.
  36. IPPF SRH.
  37. Lab Results.
  38. Leg Length.
  39. MD Assessment.
  40. Medical Decision.
  41. Medical Orders.
  42. MH Therapy Progress.
  43. Neurological Review.
  44. Nursing Notes.
  45. Obstetrical.
  46. Pain.
  47. Patient Instruction.
  48. Patient Intake History.
  49. Pediatric Fever.
  50. Pediatric GI.
  51. Pediatric Pain.
  52. PFSH.
  53. Phone Exam.
  54. Physical Exam.
  55. Physician History.
  56. P List.
  57. Podiatry.
  58. Prior Authorization Form!.
  59. Procedure Order*.
  60. Progress Note.
  61. Prosthesis.
  62. Psychiatry Set.
  63. Review of Systems*.
  64. Review of Systems Checks*.
  65. Review of S.
  66. ROM.
  67. ROS 2.
  68. ROS Form.
  69. Routine Screening Record.
  70. Scanned Notes.
  71. Snellen.
  72. SOAP*.
  73. SOAP 2.
  74. Soccer Injury.
  75. Specialist Notes.
  76. Speech Dictation*.
  77. Sport Fitness.
  78. Strength Conditioning.
  79. Transfer Summary!.
  80. Treatment Plan!.
  81. Treatment Protocols.
  82. Vision.
  83. Vitals*.
  84. Vital Signs.
  85. Well Child.
  86. Well Child Care.
  87. Well Infant.
  88. Work/School Note!.
  89. XMLFormGen.


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