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Record tables have been updated with improved searching, sorting and performance

Written by Alex
Updated over a week ago

The latest version of surgical performance makes it easier to search and sort your records.  

You can access your records on the left hand menu, grouped by practice. 

Searching & Filtering

At the top of each table you can filter by module, record status, location and perform general search across most fields.  

Searching Dates

A popular feature request has been filtering records by dates, especially birth dates.  To achieve this simply enter a valid complete date into the search field.  The search will filter by all dates in the table, and if a match occurs, it will be returned. 

Please note that the date will need to be in a valid format that the search engine can understand. 

Valid Formats Examples for the 1st of August, 2012

1 Aug 2012
01 August 2012

Columns & Ordering

Each table will display columns specific to each module. For example, the colposcopy module will display an NCSR Export Date.

The records can be sorted by patient ids, dates and numeric fields by clicking on the column headers.  By default, the tables will be sorted by date modified (most recent first). 

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