Medical Record Template Dashboard

Medical Record Template helps the doctor to know the patient’s health history. Medical Record Templatewill help you to track the patient’s health condition, diagnoses, medical investigations, and past diseases, etc. Any doctor needs the background of the patient medical condition in order to proceed with the treatment.


NOTE: Single-User pertains to a limited Single User License where the template can only be used by one single user; while Multi-User is a license for users sharing the template with up to 20 members. Please refer to Terms of Use and License and Permitted Use for clarification.

“Use this Medical Record Template to document, track, and compare medical progress notes for each patient with this complete medical progress template. This Medical Record Template includes space to document a patient’s name and medical record number, progress review, date of review, and next appointment. Review how a patient’s health is progressing to ensure they are improving, or prescribe new medications or techniques to get them on track.

Medical Record Template Key Features

– Patient Data

– Anamnesis and Background

– Scheduling Queries

– Examination Accompaniment

– Current History

– Patient Dashboard

Medical Record Template available visualizations

Patient Dashboard | Control panel with key patient information on a single screen. Here you can see data such as the percentage of exams within normality, date of the last consultation performed, and explanatory monthly charts.

Monthly Query and Exam Report | Keep track of key information from appointments and exams (scheduled and done) month by month.

Examination Accompaniment | Area to follow all scheduled exams, whether they were performed or not, and also to check if the results are within normal or not.

Anamnesis and Background | Fill in the fields indicating if the patient has or presented any disease or illness, and better understand the current and past conditions of the patient.

Patient Information | Note the key information related to the patient under analysis.”

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