As a practitioner using Halaxy, you get access to a set of fully customisable tools, templates, and more – tailored to your profession and updated frequently – all in the one place.
Here are some updates we recently made that have a big impact:
🖼️ New and Improved Annotatable Images
As part of this update, we’ve improved the functionality of Halaxy’s importable annotatable image templates and any annotatable images you create yourself.
This improvement means practitioners can quickly and easily add and remove annotations, such as text, lines, arrows, and more – to any annotated image in Halaxy, on desktop and mobile.
📝 New and Improved Letterheads
With our latest update you can now also adjust the exact header and footer heights of your clinical note letterhead and invoice letterhead templates.
We’ve also improved the way you can preview your practice’s letterheads, letting you see exactly how any applied customisations to your letterheads will be displayed to patients and other recipients, ahead of time.
How to Activate Annotatable Images + Letterheads
To benefit from our latest improvements, you’ll first need to upgrade your clinical note letterhead. You'll also need to upgrade your invoice letterhead template, if you use one.
Upgrade Your Clinical Note Letterhead Template
- Go to Settings > General
- Click the pencil icon next to Default Letterhead Template
- Click Save
Upgrade Your Invoice Letterhead Template
- Go to Personal > Location
- Click the pencil icon to edit any existing invoice templates
- Click Save
After you click Save you will be able to benefit from our latest improvements, including our new and improved annotatable images update. You’ll also be able to go back at any time to customise your letterhead header and footer heights, and preview how your letterheads will appear to patients and recipients.
💡Tip: Before saving your letterhead templates, click Preview to make sure you’re happy with the header and footer heights of your letterhead(s).
Click here to log in to Halaxy to upgrade your letterhead(s) now.