1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 22, 2010 2:26 PM by philmodjunk

    creating reports

    nolak37

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      creating reports

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      I've created a report on my DB based on the table for medical visits, this displays all medical visits for the selected date and is sorted by visit type (new, established, lab, follew-up) from the "VisitType" field in MV (medical visit) table, as well as by "Primary insurance" Field from the "Pts" table.

      Sub-summary (when sorted by Pts::Primary Insurance)

      Sub-summary (when sorted by MV::VisitType)

      This all works well, I would like to add however 2 other things to the report:

      1. price per visit

      2. Total of Visits

      the first would display how much the visit type costs, this varies depending on both insurance and visit type.

      The second gives the total y multiplying the number of visits in that categoty by the cost of the visit.

      Example:

      Insurance              VisitType          Count       price               total

      medicare               new                  2             $45.00           90.00

      medicare               established        4             $35.00           140.00

      blueShield              LAB                  1             $20.00           20.00

      This is just an example of what i want, as i mentioned it already gives me the count per visit, I just cant seem to figure out how to add the prices, getting the total afterwards doesnt seem complicated, a summary field should do the trick.

      Any help appreciated.

        • 1. Re: creating reports
          philmodjunk

          You need a price field in MV, that uses a relationship to a VisitPrice table by two fields, VisitType and Insurance to look up the price for a given visit. This should use the looked up value option so that you can change prices in the VisitPrice field without the changes affecting existing prices in the MV table.