The Reporting section breaks users’ clinical information into categories, as seen below:


These categories exist to help keep track of the type of information being viewed and reported on. For example, a report may consist of multiple columns labeled “Name”, and if users wanted to know if one of the Name columns referred to a “Chart Name” or a “Pinpoint Name”, they can view above the column what category the column belongs to (either Chart or Pinpoint, respectively). 

All of the data contained within each category directly relates to the category in which the data belongs. For example, the measurement dates in the “Current Condition” category represent the first and last measurement dates of the current condition.

Categories have two settings: Collapsed View and Expanded View.

Collapsed View: the default setting of categories when opening the Reporting section. Each category automatically displays anywhere from 1 to 3 columns, each of which was chosen to be shown by default in the collapsed view for quick, effective sorting of clinical data.

Expanded View: can be configured on a category-by-category basis by clicking the right arrow symbol next to each category label.


Upon clicking the right arrow symbol, an expanded view of all the available data within that category will display. To return to Collapsed View, click the left arrow symbol that populates next to the category label.

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