Clinical Custom Lists

Within Clinical Settings we have a section called Custom Lists.  Custom Lists within Clinical settings are different to the Custom Lists under Configuration settings.  Clinical custom lists focus on custom lists within cases whereas custom lists under Configuration focus on custom lists throughout other areas of TM3.  To find out more about custom lists under configuration please check out this article

Within this section you can remove existing lists, rename existing lists, add new lists, edit existing lists and create sub lists.  At the top of this section you are also able to Search Custom Lists which will become increasingly useful as overtime your custom list will grow.

Each of these actions are discussed below:

  • Remove existing list

To remove a custom list you simply click remove which is highlighted in green in the image below.

Once you click remove a confirmation box appears as shown in the image below.  Click No to cancel or Yes to confirm the removal.

  • Rename existing list

To rename an existing list simply click rename and this then makes the list name editable.  Once you make the change click Done or Cancel  to cancel.

  • Add new list

At the top of the custom lists page you are able to create a new list.  Simply start typing where it says 'Enter a name to create a new list' and then click Add.

  • Edit existing list

You can expand a custom list and it shows a list of values which you are able to add or remove.  As you can see in the image below the 'Allergies' list has been expanded and we can see three sub-sections:

  • Environmental

  • Food

  • None

We can expand these sub-sections.  The image below shows what you see when Environmental is expanded.

We are also able to expand these lists.  The image below shows what you see when Cat is expanded.  You are able to add to these lists, remove from the list or add a sub-list.

  • Create Sub list

You can create a sub-list within a list.  To do this you simply click ADD SUB-LIST.  In the image below I am adding a sub-list to Swollen Lips, Tongue, eyes or face.  I do this by typing in the 'New Item' box and then click ADD.

  • Search Custom List

At the top right of the custom lists settings page there is a Search Custom List area.  Once you start typing what you are looking for then the result appears.  The image below shows that I am searching for 'imaging' and as soon as I type the letter 'I' it brings up Imaging straight away.