The ultimate templating system is here

Discover how the new in PhraseExpander 5 can save you time

All your templates are organized in a single place

Over the last 3 years, PhraseExpander 4 has been an important tool for my practice. With the ability to use logic and combine macros, PhraseExpander 5 has revolutionized the way I document my patient visits.

My notes look better and get done faster, so I am able to get home on time.

— Ryan Kauffman, MD, FAAFP, Hickory Medical Direct Primary Care, LLC

Build forms that adapt as you type

With the new execution engine, forms adapt as you make changes.

So, you can:

Folstein's Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE)

The Live Preview displays the final result you are going to get, in real time

Use your keyboard and mouse to fill-in the data in the left section of the Input form.

The generated template is updated in real time in the preview pane, so you always get the full picture of the final text you are entering in your EMR.

The Input Form allows you to fully customize the template before it's sent to the active application
Being able to see the live creation of documents in PhraseExpander 5 is a great feature that has improved the readability of my automatically generated form letters.
— Ari Kounavis, MD, Pediatric Allergy/Immunology

Building templates just got easier

The new variable syntax
Variables take up less space and keep the template clean and readable

New lightweight variable syntax increases readability

All your variables at a glance

The Manage variables window displays all the variables you have defined in your template, so you can edit them in a single place.

You can also reuse and edit the variables you have defined in other templates.

Edit all the variables defined in your template

Advanced options for fill-in variables

Fill-ins display a form to request additional info when the template is executed.

The design variable window

PhraseExpander 5 brings documentation assistance to a whole new level thanks to if/then statements to enable the creation of dynamic templates.

I can administer questionnaires which auto-score and allow for fully customized output. This makes the end result more streamlined and precise as the forms adapt to user selections in real-time and offer only those choices that are context-specific.

And now, touchscreen support is comprehensive allowing mobile providers with tablets a responsive and enjoyable user experience.

This is an excellent product I’ve used for years - that just got better.

— Dr. Joy Geyman, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist, San Diego, CA

If / then macro

The new if/them macro lets you customize the output of your template based on the contents of a variable. 

For example, you can use this to customize your template based on the gender of the patient or display specific questions based on previous answers.

The If Then logic design window
Adapt your template based on the user inputs
Create optional sections
The section macro can contain any block of text that you want to toggle

Section macro

Use the Section macro to create optional sections that can be either inserted or removed from the final document.

A section macro can contain texts macros, and variables.

Edit and create nested macros and variables

Access the designer by double-clicking on the macro or variable placeholder
Select a piece of text and create a new template from it so you can reuse it

Create and compose templates

Assign an ID to each template, so you can use it as a building block for other templates

New editor and multi-tab interface for easier editing of complex templates

You can now open a template in full-screen and have more space to edit complex forms.

You can also display many templates at the same time, so you can compare templates or create building blocks for common sections.

Double click on a template to open the Editor and display it full screen

But wait, there's more

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