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Epic Tip of the Week: July 12, 2019

Epic Tip of the Week: July 12, 2019

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All Providers: Epic will be Upgraded on Sunday, July 14, 2019 Here are links to Quick Start Guides and Power Point tutorials to review changes for some users: Beginning July 14, 2019, contact the Epic HelpDesk at 410-614-HELP Ambulatory Providers Inpatient Providers Upgrade training materials for other Epic applications are available HERE. The Epic Playground has(...)

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Juliet Allen is Here to Help with Epic

Juliet Allen is Here to Help with Epic

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In her role as business solutions analyst, Juliet Allen, MSN, RN, focuses on improving our department’s physician and advanced practice provider experience in and utilization of Epic. She works in close collaboration with DOM faculty to identify clinical functionality concerns, training issues and optimization opportunities to enhance quality and promote proficiency in Epic. Juliet does(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: June 28, 2019

Epic Tip of the Week: June 28, 2019

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All Providers: Epic Will Be Upgraded on July 14, 2019 Quick Start Guides and Power Point tutorials to review changes for some users: Ambulatory Providers Inpatient Providers Upgrade training materials for other Epic applications are available HERE. The Epic Playground has been updated with the new version; practice login IDs are HERE How to File(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: June 14, 2019

Epic Tip of the Week: June 14, 2019

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Inpatient - Antiemetic Order Warning A warning appears for PRN med orders, with a reason of “nausea” or “vomiting,” when there is more than one antiemetic ordered for a patient. A PRN indication and “order of use” is required to prevent nurses from functioning outside their scope of practice. The warning will affect orders for(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: May 31, 2019

Epic Tip of the Week: May 31, 2019

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Ambulatory - Change to Medication Reconciliation Warning [Effective May 30, 2019] Previously, the medication reconciliation requirement was satisfied when the ‘Mark as Reviewed’ button was clicked. A qualified user must be the last user to perform medication reconciliation. The updated warning will trigger when: Medications have not been reviewed during the encounter, OR The last(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 3

Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 3

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Ambulatory - MDPCP Registry Indicator Replaces ACO Registry Indicator on Patient Header The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) replaces the current ACO indicator on the patient header. This allows primary care practices participating in the program to easily identify Medicare patients attributed to their practice. Ambulatory - New Rheumatology Activity Rheumatology tools are no longer(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 2

Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 2

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Ambulatory - Select Diagnosis More Easily in the Associate Diagnosis Window [effective May 16, 2019] Quickly add diagnoses using all of the available speed lists in the associate diagnosis window. In addition to the problem list drop down menu, providers can select from the common diagnosis preference list as well as diagnoses previously entered for the(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week May 2019 Week 1

Epic Tip of the Week May 2019 Week 1

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Inpatient [JHBMC] - Edmonton Frail Scale System List [effective May 7, 2019] JHBMC has a system list for patients who are at high risk for falls, as calculated by the Edmonton Frail Scale. This assessment is documented during an outpatient visit on the Edmonton Frailty Flowsheet. If a patient scores six or greater, they will(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: April 2019 Week 4

Epic Tip of the Week: April 2019 Week 4

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Inpatient - TREWS Information in Chart Header [effective 4/30/19]  Although most Epic users enter patient charts using either system list or Trackboard, there are many situations where a user could easily bypass the system list and thus miss the TREWS alert. A TREWS alert will now appear in the header of a patient's chart. The(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week

Epic Tip of the Week

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InBasket – Using and Creating QuickActions QuickActions can be used to review results in chart review, reply to patient calls and refill protocols. Providers can either use system QuickActions or create their own to send result notes in fewer clicks. There are 16 system QuickActions [‘gears’ symbol]. Here are 4 examples: Results => Result Note(...)

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