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9.2Tracking a Consult


If someone has been chosen as a service individual to notify an update user or an administrative user, that person will be able to track the consult using the EHR. If that person has update status for a cardiology consult, that person will not be able to track ENT consults. The option to update the consult will only appear for those consults that the service individual has privileges for.



Figure 9 16: Action Menu on the Consults Window

Comments about Consults window:

The selections on the Action menu are the choices for those who can take action on a consult.

The list from Consult Tracking… are the choices an update User can make.

Click the Receive selection and the application displays the Receive Consult dialog:



Figure 9 17: Receive Consult Dialog

Comments about the Receive Consult dialog:

You can add comments as the consult is received or scheduled.

9.3Finishing a Consult




Figure 9 18: Options on the Consult Results Selection

The application asks users who can complete a consult to enter a progress note.

Note titles must be from the CONSULT document class.



Figure 9 19: Consult Note Properties Dialog

10.0Medication Management Configuration (MED)


Select the Medication Management Configuration (MED) option on the RPMS-EHR Configuration Master Menu to display the following:

Medication Management Configuration


ACT Days of Medication Activity

MAX Maximum Allowable Days Supply

MEC Medication Counseling Configuration ...

PRT Medication Report Configure ...

ORD Default Collation Order

REN Renewal Limit of Expired Meds


Select Medication Management Configuration Option:

These options establish a standard view for medications on the Medication Management window.


10.1Days of Medication Activity (ACT)


Select the Days of Medication Activity (ACT) option on the Medication Management Configuration menu to display:

Days of Medication Activity

Days of Medication Activity may be set for the following:
100 USR (choose from NEW PERSON)

800 DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

900 SYS (DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM)
Enter selection: 900 System CIAINFORMATICS.COM
-- Setting Days of Medication Activity for System: DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM –-

Days Active: 180//

This limits the medication display on the Medications window to only those medications that were active within the last number of days specified.

10.2Maximum Allowable Days Supply (MAX)


Select the Maximum Allowable Days Supply (MAX) on the Medication Management Configuration menu to display:

Maximum Allowable Days Supply

Maximum Allowable Days Supply may be set for the following:
800 DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

900 SYS (DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM)


Enter selection: 800 System DEMO HOSPITAL
-- Setting Maximum Allowable Days Supply for System: DEMO HOSPITAL –-

Maximum Allowable Days Supply:

The entered value controls the upper limit for days supply of a dispensed medication. The range is 90-365 days.

10.3Medication Counseling Configuration (MEC)


This option is discussed in Section 11, Medication Counseling.

10.4Default Collation Order (ORD)


Select the Default Collation Order (ORD) option on the Medication Management Configuration menu to display:

Default Collation Order


Medication List Collation Order may be set for the following:
100 User USR (choose from NEW PERSON)

800 Division DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

900 System SYS (DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM)
Enter selection: 800 Division DEMO HOSPITAL
Setting Medication List Collation Order for Division: DEMO HOSPITAL

Collation Order: ??


Controls the default collation order for the medication list. May be one or more of the following:
C = Chronic med status

E = Expiration date

F = Last fill date

I = Issue date

M = Medication name

N = Rx #


P = Provider

R = Refills remaining

S = Status
To reverse the collation order, use the lowercase equivalent.
Collation Order: CSIMP//

These option applies to the Medications window.


10.5Medication Report Configuration (PRT)


Select this menu option to configure manual prescription printing.

Medication Report Configuration


DEF Set Default Printers for Medication Reports

LBL Enable Printing of Sample Labels

MAX Maximum # of Scripts per Page

SCR Enable Printing of Prescriptions

Select Medication Report Configuration Option:

Note that Maximum # of Script per Page option only affects output for the MULTIPAGE prescription format (see below) and is ignored for SINGLE PAGE format.


10.5.1Set Default Printers for Medication Reports (DEF)


Select the “Set Default Printers for Medication Reports” option on the Medication Report Configuration menu to display:

Set Default Printers for Medication Reports


Default Print for Med Print Action may be set for the following:
700 Location LOC [choose from HOSPITAL LOCATION]

800 Division DIV [DEMO HOSPITAL]

900 System SYS [DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM]
Enter selection: 900 System DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM
Setting Default Printer for Med Print Action for System: DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM
Select Report Type: ?
Select one of the following:
0 Brief

1 Detailed

2 Prescription

3 Sample Label


Select Report Type:

To set the default printer for prescriptions, choose option 2 and enter the name of the printer exactly as it appears in the printer list on the printer selection dialog. If no default is set, the default printer for the workstation will be assumed.


10.5.2Enable Printing of Sample Labels (LBL)


Select the “Enable Printing of Sample Labels” option on the Medication Report Configuration menu to display:

Enable Printing of Sample Labels


Enter Print Script Feature may be set for the following:
800 Division DIV [DEMO HOSPITAL]

900 System SYS [DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM]

-- Setting Enable Printing Sample Labels for System: DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM --

Enable Printing Sample Labels: ?


Controls the availability of the Print Sample Label feature within EHR.

This is referring to using the Print button on the Medication Management window in the EHR and selecting the Label radio button on the Print Medications dialog.





Figure 10 20: Label Radio Button on Print Medications Dialog

10.5.3Maximum # of Scripts per Page (MAX)


Select the Maximum # of Scripts per Page (MAX) option on the Medication Report Configuration menu to display the following:

Maximum # of Scripts per Page


Maximum # of scripts per page may be set for the following:
100 User USR [choose from NEW PERSON]

500 Class CLS [choose from USR CLASS]

800 Division DIV [DEMO INDIAN HOSPITAL]

900 System SYS [DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV]


Enter selection: 900 System DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV
-- Setting Maximum # of scripts per page for System: DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV --

Value: 5// ??


Controls the maximum number of prescriptions that may be printed on a

single page.


Value: 5//

This parameter controls the maximum number of prescriptions that can be printed on a single page.


10.5.4Enable Printing of Prescriptions (SCR)


Select the Enable Printing of Prescriptions (SCR) option on the Medication Report Configuration menu to display the following:

Enable Printing of Prescriptions


Enable Print Script Feature may be set for the following:
800 Division DIV [DEMO INDIAN HOSPITAL]

900 System SYS [DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV]


Enter selection: 900 System DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV
--- Setting Enable Print Script Feature for System: DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV ---

Enable Print Script Feature: SINGLE PAGE// ??


Controls the availability of the Print Rx print feature within EHR.
Possible values are:
DISABLED = Feature is not available within the GUI.

MULTIPAGE = Use multi-page prescription format.

SINGLE PAGE = Use single page prescription format.
Enable Print Script Feature: SINGLE PAGE//

This parameter takes one of three possible values. Select SINGLE PAGE to use the same prescription format as the background fax feature.

Once the prescription printing has been properly configured, a new report format will appear on the Print Medications dialog (after you click the Print button on the Medications window). The dialog with have the following Report Formats available: Brief, Detailed, and Prescription.

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