Patients (Ctrl+O): This will open the Patient List.
Appointments (Ctrl+J): Opens the Appointment Book. For more information, please refer to the Appointment Book Overview section.
Address Book (Ctrl+B): Holds all your contact information for Specialists and GPs. More information can be found in Managing the Address Book.
Outgoing Letters: Accesses the Review Correspondence window so you can review your outgoing letters before they are sent. See Reviewing Correspondence for more information.
Incoming Letters: Accesses your letters that have come in from other doctors via third party carriers (such as Healthlink, Argus etc.) so you can check and link them to patients. See Checking Imported Letters for more information.
Correspondence Log: Keeps track of all incoming and outgoing letters sent electronically via a third party. See Configuring Electronic Correspondence.
Importing Transcribed Letters: Opens the Import Letters window, which allows you to import remotely typed letters. See Importing Transcribed Letters for more information.
Scans for Review: Allows the electronic review of batch scanned documents/images. More information can be found in the Scans to Review article.
Tasks: Tasks allow you to communicate internally with other users. For more information see our Tasks article.
Email: Opens the Genie email module where you can send and receive emails from within Genie. For information on using Email within Genie, please refer to the Configuring the Email Module article.
Procedures: Displays a list of patients who have a procedure created for them. For more information on Procedures, please refer to the Adding Procedure Records article.
Employers: Displays a list of all Employers recorded for patients. For more information, please refer to the Adding or Changing an Employer article.
Account Holders: Opens up the Account Holders window. This displays a list of all patients and organisations who have had an Account created for them. Before a patient, Health Fund or Organisation can be billed, they must have an Account Holder record. For more information, please refer to the Account Holders article.
Bank Accounts: Provides a list of all Bank Accounts entered into Genie. This window allows you to edit the details of pre-existing Bank Accounts, as well as Add or Delete Bank Accounts. Default bank accounts for each user can be set in User Preferences once they have been added.
Account Messages: Allows you to set the Account Messages, which will be automatically displayed on statements created for overdue invoices. You can modify or add messages and overdue lengths as needed. For more information on overdue invoices, please see the Unpaid Invoices Report article.
Billing Items: Opens the Billing Items window. For more information, please refer to the Billing Items article.
Stock Control: Opens the Stock Control module which allows you to add and manage stocked items. For more information, see Stock Control.
Pathology & Radiology: Accesses a list of downloaded results. For more information, please refer to Viewing Diagnostic Reports.
Investigations Action List: Opens a list of pathology results that have been marked as requiring further action. For more information, please refer to Investigations Action List.
Patient Handouts: Allows you to access stored patient handouts (e.g patient information sheets) which have been created in another program (e.g. Microsoft Word), on either the Client machine or on the Server. These documents will need to be saved within the Handouts folder in the Genie folder on your chosen machine.
Storing the handout on the Server will allow all users to have access to the handout, while storing the handout on the Client only allows access from that machine. Documents need to be saved in the Handouts folder within the Genie folder on either machine.
MIMS Abbreviated: Provided you have a current subscription with MIMS, this opens the MIMS Abbreviated window allowing you to search for specific drug information, without having to access a patient's Clinical Window.
MIMS Annual: Provided you have a current subscription with MIMS, this opens the MIMS Annual in your internet browser providing you with detailed drug information.
NPS RADAR Documents: Provides evidence-based information on new drugs, research and PBS listings and is published by the National Prescribing Service (NPS), for health professionals. For more information see NPS RADAR Documents.
NPS PILs Documents: Allows you to access Patient Information Leaflets (PILs) which have been provided by NPS as a practical help in communicating essential treatment messages to patients. For more information see NPS PILs Documents.
IVF Treatment Cycles: Becomes active when your Practice Type is set to Obs/Gynae/IVF Specialist.
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