The Charting tab in a patient file, provides access to an Education tab, this area contains educational slides and animated movies you can use to show your patients, regarding their treatment.
To add this tab your EXACT user profile, read Chart activity tabs.
The movies in EXACT are entitled Anatomy, Bridges, Canals, Crowns, Decay, Perio and Restore.
Each of the movies can be viewed five times free of charge on each workstation. Once this has occurred, permanent licences can be obtained from HenrySchein One/Software of Excellence as required.
Select the dropdown menu option to change between Slides and Movies.
A range of slides are available in EXACT. You can also create your own slideshow using a series of images on your computer or add slides to an existing slideshow.
Creating a slideshow
To create a slide show with new images you will need these images located in a location that is accessible from your computer.
To be usable, images must be saved as JPEG (*.jpg), Bitmap (*.bmp) or GIF (*.gif)
- Select File - Education to open the Patient Education window.
- From the Patient Education window, either click into an existing slideshow or click the +1 button to open the Add Slide Show window.
- If you are creating a slideshow, enter a suitable name in the Name field.
Note: that Slide Shows cannot be renamed; they have to be re-created with a different name.
- To add an image click the Add Images button and browse for slides that you require.
- Select images as follows:
- Select an individual image by single click - Open button.
- Select multiple individual images using CTRL-click of the images-> Open button.
- Select a range/sequence by clicking the first image and SHIFT-clicking the last in the range - Open button.
- Use the up/down arrows to change their order.
- You can remove any images using the Remove Selected Image button.
- On the Patient Education window check whether the slide show is set for timed display, or whether you need to advance slides manually, then Play the slideshow and check ordering of the slides.
- To advance slides manually, use the arrows on your keyboard or press the spacebar to display clickable buttons.