Patient movement continues to improve with additional education and tools, which are helping facilitate which
ADT orders should be placed based on the encounter/scenario.
This includes use of
the patient movement
(see physician website
When the appropriate ADT orders are placed, our integrated system has
ensured more rapid patient throughput.
Requests by physicians for more access to and training with the Dra
gon voice recognition system have
a testament to our medical staff’s embrace of
patient care techniologies. To
continue to meet this demand, medical leadership is currently acquiring more equipment and site licences.
Please look for regular
updates in this area.
Order Set Management
More than 400 NHRMC Connect
related order sets are currently under review by hospital clinical and IT teams.
To ensure timely order set review and the process behind it, a formal triage and prioritization protocol is being
put in pla
More information on this process will be provided soon.
Multiple messages continue to accumulate in In Basket folders. IT teams are currently evaluating a strategy to
address this issue, includi
ng looking at which messages may
he topic of In Basket management
will be discussed beginning at 5 pm on Mon., July 16, at IPAC, held in the Margaret Graham conference room.
Phases of Care
New Generic Discharge Order Set
Epic now allows physicians to
place orders for ambulatory surgery
Order set. The request for this discharge order
set came as the result of
physicians and the Epic build team
This feature will facilitate quicker movement of
ents from ASU to home. To use the Post
Op Discharge Order set, go to
Outpatient Post Op.
This is a
op order set at this time, with plans to expand to disease
time and resources
See below for
a screen shot.
For more information, visit the
July 11, 2012