The date the patient first noticed this reaction.
The severity of the allergy: Mild, Moderate, Severe, Fatal, Mild to moderate, Moderate to severe.
Designate if this is an allergy, intolerance, or propensity to adverse reactions.
This indicates whether the allergy is active or inactive.
The codified reaction the patient has.
Additional details about the reaction.
A free text area that allows information to be added about the allergy record.
Allergies, or a status of No Active Allergies, may also be entered into the patients record via EMR, EHR, or iEHR. This table will update dynamically with the information entered.
Allergy information will pull forward into many places in MacPractice such as Rx and ePrescribe, EMR and EHR, and printed forms and notes. It will also display in the patient selector as a yellow alert triangle and pop up when the patient's record is selected; though these features may be restricted by user privileges or preferences.
allow offices to select which set of allergies are used. Once the data is entered into patient records, reports
like the Patient Clinical may be filtered using this information.