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April 20, 2022

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Import LabCorp Results.

Last year we released the Import Lab Results feature that made it possible to move test results from labs directly into Atlas.md as discrete data. The feature allowed you to view test results as tabular data instead of just a static PDF, but it only worked with lab results from Quest Diagnostics.

Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve extended the capabilities of the feature to work with results from LabCorp. This means you can now effortlessly import lab results into Atlas.md from two of the country’s largest labs providers.

For a more detailed explanation of how the feature works, please check out our help article on the subject, and if you’re unsure about how to request labs, you can find out more here

Finally, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

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March 9, 2022

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Self-Scheduling.

Scheduling patient appointments is a time-consuming affair, often requiring nurses, secretaries, or other administrative staff to coordinate and manage. Our newest feature, self-scheduling, gives you the option to allow patients to schedule their own appointments ahead of time, drastically reducing the administrative burden required to schedule consultations.

Self-scheduling doesn’t have to replace your preferred booking process. You can still schedule appointments as you normally would while also providing patients with the possibility to book their own consultations. Atlas.md will automatically make sure that there are no schedule conflicts so that you can spend more time worrying about what matters most – providing quality care.

The rollout of self-scheduling doesn’t mean that you’re going to be suddenly swamped with appointments without your knowledge. Users have full control over whether they want to enable self-scheduling, how far in advance they would like bookings, the length of appointments, and how many daily time slots they want to open up. This isn’t limited to doctors either; any user, including administrative staff and nurses, can enable self-scheduling so that patients can book procedures such as labs, tests, or vaccinations directly with the relevant member of staff.

We’re constantly working on ways to give users more options to manage their clinics in a way that makes sense to them, and self-scheduling is another tool to do that while enabling even more flexibility and customization.

If you have any questions about self-scheduling, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

February 8, 2022

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Shipping Labels for Companies.

Last year we made a lot of improvements to our shipping processes in order to make it easier to dispense refills and ship packages to patients. Today, we’re rolling out similar enhancements to shipping functionalities for companies.

Now, you can quickly and easily order shipping and print shipping labels to have packages sent to companies, while Atlas.md takes care of all the administrative heavy lifting. It’s just another way we’re broadening our scope of services while simultaneously lessening the amount of paperwork you have to pay attention to.

To learn more about shipping packages and medication, check out this support article. And if you have any questions regarding shipping labels, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

November 23, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Drug Allergy Search Engine Improvements

Prescribing the correct medication can sometimes be a tricky business, especially if a patient suffers from one or more allergies. With our latest update to Atlas.md’s drug allergy search engine, we’ve made it easier than ever to quickly and efficiently find out what allergies your patients might have, as well as what allergenic ingredients might be in the medications you want to prescribe.

Now, with a simple search query, you can comb through your patient’s chart and pull up a list of any allergies they suffer from or see if the medicine you want to prescribe contains any allergens. If your account is integrated with DrFirst and Rcopia, this allergy data will also sync up to their system and can be used for drug allergy checks and alerts on their side.

Day-to-day dispensing just got even simpler. If you have any questions regarding the drug allergy search engine, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

November 10, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Multi-Day Events and Duplicating Forms.

While it’s been getting a bit colder, we’ve been huddled up inside hard at work on a few features that will improve your Atlas.md experience and make running your DPC clinic even more efficient – and we’re excited to announce a few of them today.

Multi-Day Events

Everyone needs a break from time to time, but sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of everyone’s days off. Multi-day events lets you schedule and track your and your team members’ extended time off on your calendar. This feature is great for booking vacations and any out-of-office days, and also lets you manage any schedule conflicts that might pop up. 

Duplicating Forms

We know that creating forms from scratch over and over can be a bit of a drag, so we developed a way of duplicating entire forms with one click. Now you can simply tweak and copy a master template as many times as you need, freeing up more time to spend with your patients or for other important clinic duties. 

We hope these features enhance your Atlas.md experience, and we’d love to hear any feedback or suggestions you might have. Just drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

August 3, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Atlas Consult.

Atlas.md has always allowed you to consult specialists through third-party app integration. But now, we’ve developed Atlas Consult to give you more consulting options, and allow you to build your own preferred lists of specialists and contact them directly through the EMR interface.

What is Atlas Consult?

Atlas Consult connects primary care providers to specialists for remote medical opinions. It allows you to reach out to specialists, add them into a central database, and contact them whenever you have a query. It’s designed to save time by eliminating the need for in-person consultations and the costs associated with it. All cases are handled remotely, directly in Atlas.md – even the billing.

The point of Atlas Consult is not only to provide patients with even better care but also to give you peace of mind knowing that your diagnosis is propped up by a second opinion. It’s just another way that we’re helping you move forward with confidence to give the best care possible.

You can read more about requesting feedback from a specialist in this help article. For any other questions regarding Atlas Consult, please don’t hesitate to contact us at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

July 13, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Shipping Prescriptions

We’re excited to announce an update we’ve been working on to help streamline prescription workflows and improve your EMR experience. Shipping Prescriptions is a feature that lets you more easily order and manage shipments for specific prescriptions.

This feature simplifies the process of sending and shipping prescriptions and refills from your local inventory. It also gives you more oversight and control of the history of both the shipment and the prescription once the medication has been shipped.

For more information on shipping medications, check out this article. And if you have any questions regarding Shipping Prescriptions or anything else, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

April 21, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas.md? Import Lab Results.

We take feedback from our doctors seriously and are always working to implement features that will make using Atlas.md a better, easier, and more productive experience. Our latest update, the Import Lab Results feature, is a direct result of this feedback.

This feature allows you to move test results from labs directly into Atlas.md as discrete data. Instead of only being able to view test results as a static PDF, this information can now be viewed as tabular data, allowing for way more flexibility when it comes to compiling and tracking results.

Observation History

The Import Lab Results feature also allows you to compile multiple different iterations of the same test and view the concurrent results all on the same page. Using LOINC codes provided by the lab companies during the result reporting process, you can review and track these results over time. This is especially helpful for identifying trends and saves massive amounts of time by being able to view all results simultaneously.

Exporting Results

You can also export this data as a .CSV file. So if you’d like to view the data in an Excel or Google spreadsheet, manipulate it further, or send it off to a patient or colleague, you can do so easily from the results page.

Note: At the moment the Import Lab Results feature is only available for lab results from Quest Diagnostics.

For more information about requesting labs, check out this article, and if you’re unsure about how to enable labs from Quest Diagnostics, you can find out more here. And lastly, if you have any questions regarding the Import Lab Results feature or anything else, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

February 16, 2021

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What’s New in Atlas? Multiple Chart Attachments

Before now, when adding attachments to a patient’s chart, you were only been able to add one single file at a time. We’ve updated this feature to allow multiple attachments in different formats to be uploaded simultaneously. This means you’ll now be able to compile files and images from different sources, helping you to better organize information and attachments within a patient’s chart. We’re confident that this feature will save you time and help you work more efficiently.

If you have any questions regarding multiple chart attachments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at support@atlas.md.

Posted by: Atlas MD

November 10, 2020

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What’s New in Atlas? Form Invitations, ICD-10 Search, QR Refill Improvements, and More.

While the days continue to chill we’re happy to announce a few new features – and the improvement of some existing ones – that we’ve been working on during the fall. These enhancements go a long way to improving Atlas.md’s functionality, helping you save time and provide even better healthcare.

Form Invitations

Having patients manually fill out forms is time-consuming for all parties involved. To help users gather data more quickly and effectively, we recently introduced Form Invitations, a feature that allows doctors to email forms directly to patients within Atlas.md. Time that would otherwise be spent manually inputting data can now be directed towards patients.

ICD-10 Search and Improvements

We introduced an ICD-10 Search to help users find ICD references more simply in the app. Since its inception, we’ve made some improvements so that users can now perform multiple searches simultaneously and export ICD data in an Excel-friendly format.

We also upgraded to ICD-10-CM 2021 to, among other things, accommodate for the new Covid-19 and vaping-related disorders codes. It’s now easy to tag and search for Covid and other related ICD cases.

Improvements to QR Refills

Since launching QR Refills we’ve made several important tweaks. When requesting a refill, patients can now add comments and provide information to the doctor handling the refill. Doctors can now also give patients the option of determining how they would like to receive their refill. This means fewer calls, less admin, and more thorough communication.

Improvements to Growth Charts

Finally, we have continued to improve on Growth Charts in a number of ways. Whereas previously visual charts were only provided for CDC charts, the feature now also provides full visual growth chart support for WHO charts.

We also added full support for both the imperial and metric systems of growth charts, respecting the account-level setting for units. Now you can view growth charts metrics in whatever way works best for you.

Lastly, we added a #growth macro that allows users to include a quick text-based representation of the most recent growth data of the patient. This is especially useful when adding text notes and reports to a patient’s chart.

Get in Touch

We hope these changes and additions are improving your experience. If you have any suggestions or questions you’d like answered, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at support@atlas.md.