Listrunner is working towards greater customization of your patient lists. To that end, we have created different types of columns to facilitate collaboration within and between teams.
This column appears on every patient list. This column has a set of pre-labelled fields with spaces to fill in relevant patient information. This column cannot be hidden from a patient list.
- The Demographics column is always Shared.
A special free text column (see below) that appears on every patient list. This column cannot be hidden from a patient list. All updates to this column are captured in the column history visible on the patient detail screen.
- The Diagnosis column is always Shared.
Free text column
A free text column can be used for written text. They're called "free text" because there are no restrictions on how you can use these columns. All updates to this column are captured in the column history visible on the patient detail screen.
- Free text columns can be either Shared or List-specific.
A task column allows you to enter any number of action items into a list with checkboxes. Each action item can be assigned to the person responsible for that action. Each action item can also be "checked off" as they are completed.
On desktop, completed tasks will be hidden automatically from your patient lists as you work (you can refresh the browser to force it to happen). On mobile, there is a setting in the filters on the Tasks tab to hide completed tasks.
Completed tasks remain available to you for later reports or process review.
- Task columns can be either Shared or List-specific.
- There can only be one Shared task column per organization but it can be made visible or hidden.
- You may add as many List-specific task columns you wish.
A photos column allows you to attach any number of photos to a patient. Listrunner will only display the nine most recently attached photos, but you can click on the column to view all of the available images.
For each photo, you can add a description or note. You can also review the change history for these notes.