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We have updated the Deceased field in the Patient Information screen to allow you to record custom statuses represening the state of a patient in your office. As part of this update, we have:

  • l Updated the name of the field to Inactive/Deceased
  • l Added Inactive as an option
  • l Created a new Patient Status master file where you may add custom statuses

The new inactive status operates the same as the deceased status. Once a patient is marked as inactive or deceased, no new appointments can be scheduled, and no new forms for the patient can be created from the Forms tab. Users will also be prompted to delete future appointments for inactive or deceased patients.

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