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Using Custom Forms

Custom forms can be configured across a range of age groups. It is not necessary to create a different form for each age group.

When the patient is selected, the form will default with the questions that are relevant to the patient's:

  • age
  • gender
  • ATSI status.

However, a user can override the form's auto-configuration by changing the Age Relevance, Gender or ATSI status using the drop down menus at the top of the form.

There are a range of modules available for inclusion in Custom forms including: Options include:

  • Aged Care Services
  • Allergies
  • Birth History
  • Bowels & Bladder
  • Child Development
  • Ear Health
  • Education & Employment
  • Eye Health
  • Falls Risk Assessment
  • Family & Carer Relations
  • General Health
  • Immunisations
  • Investigations
  • Medical History
  • Medications
  • Mental Health
  • Nutrition
  • Physical Activity
  • Observation
  • Oral Assessment
  • Pain Assessment
  • Parenting
  • Patient Family
  • Physical Examination
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Sleep
  • Smoking, Alcohol and Drugs
  • Social and Environment
  • Summary

If one of these modules is not visible to you, speak with your Organisation Administrator.


Custom forms include the ability to mark modules as complete. This feature supports workflows where complex health assessments are completed by a number of clinicians or by a single clinician over a number of appointments. Users will know at a glance which sections of a form are yet to be reviewed.

To further support common workflows, the Smoking, Alcohol and Drugs assessments have the capacity to be marked as “unchanged” from the previous assessment. This functionality will mark required care plan activities as completed.

Birth History module allows essential birth data to be recorded in a way that will support nKPI reporting.

Immunisations module allows users to record immunisation history quickly and easily.

manual/forms_custom.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/27 03:19 by sarahb