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14.3Report Parameters (PAR)


Select the Report Parameters (PAR) option on the Report Configuration menu to display the following:

Report Parameters


ALL Default Time and Occurrence Limits for All Reports

RPT Default Time and Occurrence Limits by Report
Select Report Parameters Option:

14.3.1Default Time and Occurrence Limits for All Reports (ALL)


Select the Default Time and Occurrence Limits for All Reports (ALL) option on the Report Parameters menu to display the following:

Default Time and Occurrence Limits for All Reports


Default time/occ for all reports may be set for the following:
1 User USR (choose from NEW PERSON)

4 Division DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

6 System SYS (DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM)

9 Package PKG (ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING)


Enter selection: 6 System DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM

Setting Default time/occ for all reports for System: DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM

Time and Occurrence limits for all:

This parameter sets the default time and occurrence limits for all reports found on the Reports window in the EHR. The format for the “Time and Occurrence limits for all” prompt is: Start Date; End Date; Occurrence Limit. Example: T-100; T; 200.


14.3.2Default Time and Occurrence Limits by Report (RPT)


Select the Default Time and Occurrence Limits by Report (RPT) option on the Report Parameters menu to display the following:

Default Time and Occurrence Limits by Report


Default time/occ for all reports may be set for the following:
1 User USR (choose from NEW PERSON)

6 System SYS (DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM)

9 Package PKG (ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING)

Enter selection: 6 System DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM

Setting Default time/occ for all reports for System: DEMO.CIAINFORMATICS.COM

Select Report: ORRP LAB STATUS Lab Status Lab Status

Are you adding ORRP LAB STATUS as a new Report? Yes// Yes

Time and Occurrence Limits:

This parameter sets the default time and occurrence limits for a specified report found on the Reports window in the EHR. The format for the “Time and Occurrence Limits” prompt is: Start Date; End Date; Occurrence Limit. Example: T-100; T; 100.

14.4System Display Parameters (SYS)


Select the System Display Parameters (SYS) option on the Report Configuration menu to display the following:



Figure 14 22: System Display Parameters

This decides the order of the reports for the system on the Reports window.


14.5User Display Parameters (USR)


Select the User Display Parameters (USR) option on the Report Configuration menu to display the following:

User Display Parameters

Select NEW PERSON NAME: demo DEMO,DOCTOR
GUI Reports - User for User: DEMO,DOCTOR

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List of reports

List of lab reports

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--------------- Setting List of reports for User: DEMO,DOCTOR ---------------

Select Sequence:

This decides the order of the reports for the user on the Reports window.

15.0Problem List Configuration (PLS)


Select the Problem List Configuration (PLS) option on the RPMS-EHR Configuration Master Menu to display the following:

Problem List Configuration


DPE Disable Problem List Editing

FLT Default Filter for Problem List

IPH Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active
Select Problem List Configuration Option:

15.1Disable Problem List Editing (DPE)


Select the Disable Problem List Editing (DPE) option on the Problem List Configuration to display the following:

Disable Problem List Editing


Disable Problem List Editing may be set for the following:
100 User USR [choose from NEW PERSON]

200 Class CLS [choose from USR CLASS]


Enter selection: 100 User NEW PERSON

Select NEW PERSON NAME: demo DEMO,DOCTOR


-------- Setting Disable Problem List Editing for User: DEMO,DOCTOR --------

Value: ???


Enter either 'Y' or 'N'.
Value:

This disables editing of the Problem List by specified user/class.


15.2Default Filter for Problem List


Select the Default Filter for Problem List (FLT) option on the Problem List Configuration to display the following:

Default Filter for Problem List


Problem List Default Filter may be set for the following:
10 User USR [choose from NEW PERSON]

20 Class CLS [choose from USR CLASS]

30 Division DIV [DEMO INDIAN HOSPITAL]

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


Enter selection: 10 User NEW PERSON

Select NEW PERSON NAME: demo DEMO,DOCTOR


--------- Setting Problem List Default Filter for User: DEMO,DOCTOR ---------

Default filter: ???


Select which filter should be the default.
Select one of the following:
0 ALL

1 ACTIVE


2 INACTIVE

3 PERSONAL HX

4 FAMILY HX
Default filter:

You use this option to select the default Problem List category for the Problem List component.


15.3Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active (IPH)


Select the Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active (IPH) option on the Problem List Configuration to display the following:

Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active


Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active may be set for the following:
10 User USR [choose from NEW PERSON]

20 Class CLS [choose from USR CLASS]

30 Division DIV [DEMO INDIAN HOSPITAL]
Enter selection: 10 User NEW PERSON

Select NEW PERSON NAME: demo DEMO,DOCTOR


--- Setting Include Personal Hist Problem w/Active for User: DEMO,DOCTOR ---

Value: ???


Enter either 'Y' or 'N'.
Value:

When you add a problem, you can designate it as a family history or a personal history (problem). This parameter adds the personal history items into the active problem list. Otherwise, it only shows up if the user select All Problems or Personal History.

The reason for this parameters is that information from the behavioral health GUI stores problems in the personal health file and NOT as an active problem. So, for sites using this GUI, the patient’s problems would not appear unless the site has this parameter turned ON.

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