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Using Standard Report Texts

A set of “standard report texts”, or frequently used standard report templates or report elements, may be defined in the OnePacs system for use in reporting. This set of standard report texts will be common to and accessible by all users with the ability to write reports. (That is, the set of standard report texts does not vary by/is not customizable according to individual user accounts.)

OnePacs does not recommend setting the font size in standard texts.  It is typically better to set the font size of the report in the report template instead. 

Managing Standard Report Texts

Users with the “Manage standard report texts” privilege may add, delete, or modify standard report texts.

Click on the “Admin” -> “Standard Report Text” menu option:

Click the “Add” button at the bottom of the grid. A new standard report text form will appear.

Enter in a name (description), imaging modality type, and text for the standard report.   Add an alias for the standard if needed.  

Click the “Save” button at the bottom of the form when you are satisfied with the information entered. 

To edit an existing standard report text you may either double click the grid row, or click the row and select the edit button. Change the necessary fields and click “Save” to complete.

To delete a standard report text you may select the grid row and press the “Delete” button. Confirm delete.

Using Standard Report Texts

  • Click the mouse button to place the text entry caret at the location within the report edit field where you wish to enter the standard report text.
  • Clicking on this selection box will bring up a drop-down menu listing available standard report texts. The most relevant standards by modality and matched to the study will be at the top of the list.   
  • In the cloud report editor, when using voice commands, physicians can say "standard report" or "insert standard report" and then the name or alias of the standard to update the report body or insert the standard into the report body.

Associating Standard Report Texts with Study Types

 Administrators can configure a study type to optionally be associated with a default standard reporting text.  The standard report text will be entered into the reporting window if the study type is selected either during the confirmation or when the radiologist completes the report.

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