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Hypersensitivities & Adverse Reactions ! Sensitivity: an excessive touchiness to an ecological specialists, ... Sensitivities and Adverse Reactions now included in the New Medication window ...
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Centricity EMR 2005

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KEY NEW FEATURES GENERAL New Name/Login Screen Network Connection Recovery Out of Office Assistant

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KEY NEW FEATURES GENERAL New Name/Login Screen Network Connection Recovery Out of Office Assistant

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Centricity EMR 2005 New picture Same log-in procedure

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KEY NEW FEATURES GENERAL New Name/Login Screen Network Connection Recovery Out of Office Assistant LOCKED

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Network Connection Recovery A graph overhaul lock brought on by a dropped system association will be naturally opened inside minutes

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KEY NEW FEATURES GENERAL New Name/Login Screen Network Connection Recovery Out of Office Assistant

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Out of Office Assistant Out of Office Pop-Up Activating the Out of Office Assistant Turning off the Out of Office Assistant

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Out of Office Pop-Up The pop-up window shows up when you attempt to highway a banner or report to somebody whose Out of Office Assistant is enacted.

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Out of Office Assistant Out of Office Pop-Up Activating the Out of Office Assistant Turning off the Out of Office Assistant

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Activating the Out of Office Assistant 1. Go to Options | Out of Office Assistant… Choose  I am presently out of the workplace Type a brief reaction to be incorporated Click OK

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Out of Office Assistant Out of Office Pop-Up Activating the Out of Office Assistant Turning off the Out of Office Assistant

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Turning off the Out of Office Assistant If you\'ve actuated the Assistant, whenever you sign in you\'ll be provoked to turn it off

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Out of Office Assistant NOTE: The Out of Office Assistant doesn\'t keep reports from being steered to your Desktop by means of an interface. (Sparrow and Ingham labs, MSU Radiology reports, and so forth.)

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KEY NEW FEATURES VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS Desktop Document Views Desktop Groups Routing Multiple Documents

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Desktop Document Views Click Organize to characterize a perspective by Document sort, need, status Location of Ordering Provider Click to choose a coveted perspective

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KEY NEW FEATURES VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS Desktop Document Views Desktop Groups Routing Multiple Documents

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Desktop Groups Create a gathering to view archives of more than one Centricity client all the while Multiple Desktops showed

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Desktop Groups Click Organize to make Desktop bunches

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Desktop Groups Who may utilize Desktop Groups? Nursing staff checking different Desktops for approaching labs and imaging reports Physicians covering for different doctors in their nonappearance

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KEY NEW FEATURES VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS Desktop Document Views Desktop Groups Routing Multiple Documents

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Routing Sequential Documents Click on the primary archive to be steered Hold down the [Shift] key of your console Click on the last record to be directed Release the [Shift] key 5. Click the Route catch

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Routing Non-Sequential Documents Click on the main record to be directed Hold down the [Ctrl] key of your console Click on different reports to be steered Release the [Ctrl] key 5. Click the Route catch

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KEY NEW FEATURES IN THE CHART Flowsheet Views Allergies and Adverse Reactions Differentiating between a sensitivity and an antagonistic response Documenting a hypersensitivity or unfriendly response

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Hide/Display Observations Go to the Flowsheet tab of a patient diagram Click Organize Choose from design choices Click OK

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Removed Observations Displayed in Flowsheet View Observations evacuated Removal points of interest

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KEY NEW FEATURES IN THE CHART Flowsheet Views Allergies and Adverse Reactions Differentiating between a sensitivity and an unfavorable response Documenting a sensitivity or unfavorable response

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Allergies & Adverse Reactions ! Sensitivity : a touchiness to an ecological operator, nourishment, or medication Adverse Reaction : any undesirable or undesirable outcome of a safeguard, indicative, or remedial strategy or regimen

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Allergies & Adverse Reactions A red " ! " is joined to a basic hypersensitivity

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Add an Adverse Reaction Select  Non-basic response amid an upgrade

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KEY NEW FEATURES IN THE CHART Favorite Forms Pane Problem List Management Tools Enhanced Medication Documentation

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Favorite Forms Pane Customize your Favorites for use in outline overhauls (Not for Handouts)

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Create a Favorites List Right-click in Favorites Pane Select "Include Fav Form/Text part… " Select craved structure in Find Component window Click OK

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Using your Favorites Right-tap on a structure in Favorites and select "Supplement into note" to add that structure to a redesign in advancement

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KEY NEW FEATURES IN THE CHART Favorite Forms Pane Problem List Management Tools Enhanced Medication Documentation

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Problem List Management View latent issues in the Update Problems window Reactivate idle issues No more "Minor Diagnosis" Prevent copy issues

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Problem List Management View  I nactive issues in the Update Problems window

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Problem List Management Reactivate Old Problems Move a dormant issue to the dynamic issue list Start "Another Occurrence" of an old issue

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Reactivate Old Problems Select  I nactive Click to choose an inert issue Click React i vate

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A Reactivated Problem Reactivated issue now on Active issue list Click OK to finish the procedure

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A New Occurrence Start "Another Occurrence" of an old issue Select the wanted idle issue Click New O ccurrence…

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Reactivate or New Occurrence: What\'s the Difference? Reactivate an inert issue to keep treating that same problem The reactivated issue keeps the underlying begin date and evaluations Subsequent appraisals are joined sequentially

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Reactivate or New Occurrence: What\'s the Difference? Start a New Occurrence to include an issue autonomous of introductory occasion The new event defaults to the properties of the to begin with, however with another begin date Only consequent evaluations are connected with the new event

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No More "Minor Diagnosis" This choice has been supplanted with improved custom issue list choices, including characterized end dates Active minor dx issues in patient graphs will stay on records until they terminate or are expelled or changed amid an overhaul

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Prevent Duplicate Problems The Duplicate Problem(s) Found window opens in the event that you attempt to include an issue as of now a patient\'s dynamic issue list Cancel View subtle elements of the issue Add copy issue Add another appraisal of existing issue

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KEY NEW FEATURES IN THE CHART Favorite Forms Pane Problem List Management Tools Enhanced Medication Documentation

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Enhanced Medication Documentation Additional remark field in the New Medication and Change Medication windows

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Enhanced Medication Documentation Potential medicine association showed

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Enhanced Medication Documentation Allergies and Adverse Reactions now incorporated into the New Medication window

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Enhanced Medication Documentation Allergies and Adverse Reactions likewise added to the Prescriptions window

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CENTRICITY 2005 HELP Screen-particular Help Topics What\'s New to 2005 MSU HealthTeam

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Centricity 2005 Help Go to H elp | Help on this S creen for screen-particular help

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Centricity 2005 Help Get general help at H elp | Help T opics Find out what\'s new to Centricity 2005 in H elp | W cap\'s New

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Help at the HealthTeam EMR Implementation group: (517) 353-0817 Training materials: http://www.emr.msu.edu/Health Information Technology: (517) 355-6531 Submit an administration demand: http://www.hit.msu.edu/