This video will show you how to create a prescription and how to re-prescribe medication:

How do you create a prescription from a consultation?

You can create a prescription directly from a consultation note:

Click on the blue "Medication" button at the bottom of the page when writing a consultation note, a new section will be added automatically as below:

Fill the information required and click "Save" at the bottom:

A "Create prescription" blue button will appear on the "Doctor Consultation"

Click "Create prescription" and the prescription will be added to the "Prescription" tab automatically:

An automatic prescription which can also include your logo will appear. You will be able to share, print, email or delete this using the top right hand corner buttons:

How do you edit a prescription header?

Click the "Settings" tab and then click "Locations". Select the location you require:

Click on the location, the below page will appear. The section entitled "Letterhead" will be the default header for all invoices and prescriptions:

This will appear on your prescriptions as below:

How do you re-prescribe medication to a patient?

Click on "Patients" at the top and select the patient for whom you would like to add a new prescription:

Click on "Prescriptions" on the left hand side. Then click "New":

Select the medication and click on it, this will automatically replicate on the right hand side:

At this point you can also edit the details given by clicking the small edit button on the right hand side as below:

This will lead you to this page, edit the details as required:

Click "Save", and it will automatically take you to the new prescription. You will be able to share, send this via email, print or delete as required:

If you go back to the list of prescriptions for your patient, the new prescription will appear at the top of the list of prescriptions for this patient:

Please note it is not possible to create a prescription for a controlled drug through Heydoc. You will receive a warning message like below:

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