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mkaufman
post Apr 3 2018, 09:54 AM
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Hello,

I am pretty new to access and I am creating a database for a side project at work. This database will be used to track patient visits to our clinic and the providers they've seen as well as contact and referrals that we make to certain patients.

I have created the main form with 5 subforms attached so that data entry would be a simple maneuver for the nurses at the clinic. I created a table for each form with the appropriate fields and created my relationships. My tables include: 1) Patients 2) Patient Visit 3) Patient Referral 4)Patient Contact Details 5) Patient information. My main form has 4 fields from patient information (last name, first name, DOB, Medical records #, and [censored]). I also created my relationships (1 patient-many patient visits)(1 patient- many referrals) (1 patient- many contacts) and so on. However, I am now having trouble with the actual data entry aspect of my database. When I enter data into the 4 fields in my main form and try to continue to enter data in my subforms, I have this error that pops up. "Microsoft Access database engine cannot find a record in the table "tblPatientVisit" with the key matching field(s) "Patient ID". I am not sure how to proceed, I have tried reading everything that I could but can not seem to find my next step.

Thanks again for the help.
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theDBguy
post Apr 3 2018, 10:03 AM
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