Transfer your patient's medical history information from Digital Forms to Eaglesoft with a data sync from the Medical History Form created by Weave for Eaglesoft customers.
**The only way to write medical condition information back to Eaglesoft is to use the pre-populated Medical History Form.
All Digital Forms customers with Eaglesoft will automatically be able to access Medical History writebacks. Make sure writebacks are turned on in the Digital Forms Dashboard settings.
Send Medical History Form to Patients
Because this form has already been conveniently created by Weave, all you have to do is send the form to your patient for them to fill out and submit.
- Open the patient profile by searching in Patients
- Click the Forms icon
Tip: You can also go to the message thread with the patient and click on the Forms icon at the bottom of the page.
- From the Form or Packet Name dropdown, select Medical History - Form
Tip: You can also add the Medical History Form to a packet to be sent with other forms. Because the Medical History Form cannot be edited, you may want to include an additional form with any other information that needs to be updated by the patient. See here for fields you can add to an additional form that will write back to Eaglesoft.
- Select the method of delivery (text or email)
- Click Send
From here the patient will fill out the form with their medical history.
As soon as they submit, you will see the form appear in the Digital Forms Dashboard with their name. Click into the form and scroll to the bottom to see the writeback status.
Synced next to the Patient icon shows that a patient's medical history is updated in the patient record in Eaglesoft.
See the Automatic Updates in Eaglesoft
- In Eaglesoft, select the user that submitted the form
- Select SmartDoc
- Click the uploaded PDF in the left hand menu to download or see the filled-out form
- Go back to the user
- Select Med History
Here you'll be able to see the updates and comments from the submitted Medical History form. Any old information is overwritten by the writebacks from the new form.