A consent form is a patient form that includes statements patients read and a check box patients can select if they agree with the statements. You can customize and activate up to five consent forms per location in your organization. Three of the five are blank by default.
To customize a consent form
How to get there
If you are not already viewing the correct location, select it on the Location menu.
On the Settings menu, under Location, click (or tap) Patient Forms.
The Patient Forms page opens.
On the a location's Patient Forms page, under Consent Forms, select a consent form (active or inactive).
The options for the form become available.
Set up the following options:
Form Expiration - Select.
English consent form title and text - From the Language list, select English. Enter a title for the English version of this consent form. Enter statements that you want patients to read for the English version of this consent form.
Spanish consent form title and text - If you want to make a Spanish version of this consent form available to Spanish-speaking patients, From the Language list, select Spanish. Then, enter a title for it. If a Spanish title has been specified, the Spanish form text is required. Enter statements that you want patients to read for the Spanish version of this consent form.
Patients whose records do not have Spanish as their preferred language will see the English version. Patients whose records have Spanish as their preferred language will see the Spanish version if the Spanish title and text have been specified; otherwise, they will see the English version.
To return any box's text to the system default, click (or tap) the corresponding Reset to default link.
If you want to make this form available to all patients, and the form is not already active, set the Active switch to On.
Click (or tap) Save.