In a previous blog post we detailed a number of improvements we made to note-taking, including the integration of macro shortcuts with lab results. Today, we’re taking that one step further with macros-on-macros for lab result data.
This feature allows you to reference specific lab result data directly from your custom macros using the new #loinc shortcut. Now, you can pull up recent, up-to-date data with one single text shortcut, without having to manually reference those observations.
You can create a custom #cholesterolresults macro, for example, and quickly incorporate lab result data into your note-taking. Atlas.md’s autocompleter will pull up the most current observations for the test according to the LOINC codes you integrated into the macro.
If you’re unfamiliar with LOINC codes, check out our help article for more details and a table with the most commonly used LOINCs.
Lab-related note-taking just got even more accessible and streamlined.
If you have any questions about how macros-on-macros work, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.