Ardens can assist practices with questionnaires for patients to complete online.

The below includes some of the online questionnaires that are currently available:  

  • New Patient Registration Questionnaire
  • Letter Requests - e.g. Fit Note Request
  • Home Reading Questionnaires - e.g. Home BP Monitoring
  • Triage Questionnaire
  • Review Questionnaires - e.g. Asthma, CVD, COPD, DM, Epilepsy, HRT, oral contraception
  • Symptom Questionnaires - e.g. Oxford Hip Score, IPSS 
  • Travel Appointment Questionnaires

These questionnaires are only available to use on the desktop version of SystmOnline at present and will be available on the SystmOne Airmid app shortly following the recent and forthcoming SystmOne updates.

Follow the two steps below to activate and use the Ardens Online Questionnaires.

Step 1. Activating Questionnaires

1. Go to Setup > Users & Policies > Organisation Preferences > Online Services > Patient Communication
2. Makes sure the box is ticked for ‘Allow patient to submits questionnaires that have been published for online use by this unit’ and click ok.
3. Then go to Setup > Data Entry > Questionnaires
4. Find the Ardens Questionnaire you want to use, eg Asthma Review and tick 'Available Online'

Step 2. Using Questionnaires

1. Inform your patient to login onto SystmOnline and select Records >Questionnaires
2. The patient can then complete the questionnaire and click submit
3. On submission, you will be sent a task to review the questionnaire.
4. If you action the task the data and read codes will be added automatically to the patient record.

Please Note

Questionnaires are not available in the SystmOnline App

Once completed and submitted the patient is told that the answers have been sent to the practice and the data is sent to the practice as a task. Right click and 'Action' the task. 

This opens a final confirmation window showing the data that has been submitted before clicking on 'File To Record' to commit the data. Patients can only submit a questionnaire once on the same date.