This guide contains details on how to use the Health Tracker in the Juno UI.

The Health Tracker uses flowsheets called “Care Trackers” to manage measurements and prevention items. It offers a wide range of flexibility in creating measurement groups that can be customized for your clinic’s needs. Trackers can be created at a clinic wide level, they can also be user specific or patient specific.

To access the Health Tracker, click on the “Health Tracker” tab in a patient’s chart or click on the “Tracker” tab in the encounter section of the Summary page.

The Health Tracker Page

Regardless of how you access the Health Tracker, you’ll arrive at the same dropdown menus like in the image below. Each of these menus can contain any number of care trackers.

  1. Pinned care trackers: Trackers you would like to use often from any of the other categories. 

  1. Standard Care Trackers: These trackers are available to all EMR users within your clinic, and for all patients. Clicking on the "Standard Care Trackers" opens a list of the care trackers that come pre-made with Juno EMR, and those that have been created by the clinic

  1. My Care Trackers: Trackers that are only visible to you from any patient’s chart. Although the trackers are only visible to you, the measurements you record in them will be visible to any user viewing the patient's chart. 

  1. Patient Care Trackers: Trackers specific to the individual patient whose Health Tracker you are currently viewing.

Values entered for measurement items in a care tracker are visible for the same measurement items across all care trackers.

Adding Measurements in the Health Tracker

To add a measurement to a care tracker, first navigate to the patient's "Summary" page.

  1. Click the “Health Tracker” tab at the top of the patient's chart or click on the “Tracker” tab in the encounter section of the Summary page as described above.

  1. Click on a Care Tracker dropdown menu (e.g. Standard Care Trackers) on the left-hand side to display the care trackers listed under.

  1. Click the tracker that you would like to use to record your measurements. A new panel will open to the right.

  1. Filters: The filter section is minimized by default. To expand the section, click on the “Filters” header.

    1. Filter Items: Allows you to filter by the measurement items in the tracker. Type in  a measurement item into the “Search Items” input field to automatically filter the measurements in the Tracker by your search criteria.

  1. Filter Data: Allows you filter by measurement data/ values. In the filter data section, you can: 

  1. Select an option from the “Most recent entries” dropdown to limit the number of past measurement values displayed for the measurement item. For example, selecting “2” from the dropdown will only display the two most recent values entered for the measurement items in the tracker.

  1. After Date: Enter a date to display only measurement values that were entered for measurement items after the specified date.

  1. Before Date: Enter a date to display only measurement values that were entered for measurement items before the specified date.

Click on the “Clear Filters” button to remove all the filters

  1. Enter measurement value: Click the first text field in the top left of the measurement type that you would like to record, and enter the measurement value.

  1. Add to Note: If you would like this recorded measurement added to your currently open encounter note, check the “Add to Note” checkbox. 

  1. Observation Date: If the measurement was observed on a date that is not the current date, you may adjust using the Observation Date text fields to the right.

  1. Comment: If you would like to add a comment related to the measurement to the measurement record, click into the Comment text field and type in your comment. This is an optional field.

  1. Click on the “Add” button for the measurement to save your entry. 

Alternatively, you can type in measurement values(step 5-8) for multiple measurement items at a time, then click on the “Save All & Add to Note” button at the bottom of the page to save all the measurement values added, and add them to an encounter note (if you selected the “Add to Note checkbox” for the measurement items).

Note that you will need to click on the “Sign and Save” button to save the encounter note.

Viewing Historic Measurement Values

The Health Tracker allows users to easily see previously entered measurements in the chart.

Historic entries can be viewed for individual measurement values within a care tracker. Historic measurement values and the date they were recorded are displayed below each measurement item in a care tracker(see image).

To display ALL measurement values that have been recorded on a patient's chart in the past, click on the “View All Measurements'' link at the bottom of the tracker list. This gives you a list of all measurements, their historic values and dates they were recorded.