In this walkthrough we’re going to talk about how to print or email a report to your patient.
AcuGraph 5 – Printing and Emailing
When we’re ready to print a graph, we simply click on the Print/Email button below the graph.
The software will automatically create the report and show a live preview as adjustments are made in the settings.
You can see on the left side that the report selected is called Daily Notes. This is one of the pre-program reports that comes with AcuGraph.
There’s also a report called First Visit. This report is lengthy, designed to give a lot of information to the patient after a first time graph. Parts of this report are designed to teach the patient what to look for in the report and how to read the graph.
The Follow-up report is designed to quickly convey the results of the graph today, with a comparison to the prior visit.
For the most flexibility, there’s the Custom report option. The custom report allows you to choose the items that are going to go into that report. You can choose each of the elements you want and watch it build your report in the preview on the right.
Once you’re satisfied with the custom report, you can save it and create a pre-set for fast repeat printing in the future for any patient.
Don’t forget, can also add a Custom Cover Page to your report in AcuGraph 5. If you have selected and loaded a custom cover page, just check the box to include it on your report. Likewise, if you would like your patient to treat Jing-well points at home you can also select that option and a Jing-well chart will be added to your report, if applicable.
When you’re satisfied with the report that you’ve created, you can either click Save PDF…
Or you can select Email…
Or you can hit Print.
Reports in AcuGraph 5 are just that simple. Use one of the predefined reports, or create your own custom report. You can pdf, email, or print it. It’s all right there and couldn’t be easier to do!