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22.2Disable Immunization Editing (DIE)


Select the Disable Immunization Editing (DIE) option on the Immunization Configuration to display the following:

Disable Immunization Editing


Disable Immunization 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,DCOTOR


--------Setting Disable Immunization Editing for User: DEMO,DOCTOR --------

Value:


Enter Y at Value to disable the user/class from editing immunizations.

22.3Stop Immunizations from Adding ICD Codes (ICD)


Select the Stop Immunizations from Adding ICD Codes (ICD) option on the Immunization Configuration to display the following:

Stop Immunizations from Adding ICD Codes


Stop Immunizations from Adding ICD Codes may be set for following:
10 User USR (choose from NEW PERSON)

80 Division DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

90 Package PKG (BGO COMPONENTS)
Enter selection: 100 User NEW PERSON
Select NEW PERSON NAME: DEMO,DOCTOR

----Setting Stop Immunizations from Adding ICD Codes for User: DEMO,DOCTOR ----

Value:

Enter Y at Value to stop the automatic adding of ICD codes when an immunization is documented on POVs.


23.0ART Configuration


The ART configuration allows you to configure the Adverse Reactions panel to allow data entries of adverse reactions. The options include enabling adverse reaction data entry and verifying adverse reactions.

Select the ART Configuration (ART) option on the RPMS-EHR Configuration Master menu to display the following:

Adverse Reaction Tracking Configuration
AUT Automatic Signature for Adverse Reaction Data

ENT Enable Adverse Reaction Data Entry

VER Allow Adverse Reaction Verification
Select Adverse Reaction Tracking Configuration Option:

23.1Automatic Signature for Adverse Reaction Data (AUT)


Type AUT at the at the “Selection Adverse Reaction Tracking Configuration Option” prompt to display the following:

Automatic Signature of Adverse Reaction Data


Force automatic signature of ADR entries may be set for the following:
100 User USR [choose from NEW PERSON]

200 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 Force automatic signature of ADR entries for System: DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS

.GOV


Automatic signature of ADR entries?: NO//

Type Y or N at the Automatic signature of ADR entries prompt.

If yes, signature of any new or edited adverse reaction entries is forced upon context change. If no, the user can opt to sign changes at a later time.

23.2Enable Adverse Reaction Data Entry (ENT)


Type ENT at the “Selection Adverse Reaction Tracking Configuration Option” prompt to display the following:

Enable Adverse Reaction Data Entry


Allow Entry of adverse reaction data may be set for the following:

100 User USE (choose from NEW PERSON)

200 Class CLS (choose from USR CLASS)

800 Division DIV (DEMO HOSPITAL)

900 System SYS (DEMO.OKLAHOME.IHS.GOV)
Enter selection: 100 User NEW PERSON

Select NEW PERSON NAME: demo DEMO,DOCTOR

---- Setting Allow entry of adverse reaction data for User: DEMO,DOCTOR ----

Allow entry of adverse reaction data?:

Type Y at the “Allow entry of adverse reaction data?” prompt to have the right-click menu to appear on the Adverse Reactions panel (otherwise, type N). The options allow the entity to add or edit adverse reactions.



Figure 23 23: Right-Click Menu Options

23.3Allow Adverse Reaction Verification (VER)


The VER option allows the specified user to verify adverse reaction records (when applying the electronic signature).

Type VER at the “Selection Adverse Reaction Tracking Configuration Option” prompt to display the following:

Allow Adverse Reaction Verification

GMRA-ALLERGY VERIFY Key Management

Select a user for key assignment: demo DEMO,DOCTOR
This user does not currently have the GMRA-ALLERGY VERIFY key.

Do you wish to assign this key to the selected user? N

Type Y at the “Do you wish to assign this key to the selected user?” prompt to have the user to have verify privileges for the adverse reaction record (otherwise, type N).

24.0VueCentric Framework Configuration (FRM)


Select the VueCentric Framework Configuration (FRM) option on the RPMS-EHR Configuration Master menu to display the following:

VueCentric Framework Configuration

1 Site Parameter Edit

2 Show Current VueCentric Users

3 Startup VueCentric Framework

4 Shutdown VueCentric Framework

5 Change Template Defaults
Select VueCentric Framework Configuration Option:

24.1Site Parameter Edit


The CAC does not use this option (only for site managers).

Select the Site Parameter Edit on the VueCentric Framework Configuration option to display the following:

Site Parameter Edit

VueCentric Site Parameters for System: DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Default object source path \\161.223.9.243\ehr\dev\lib\

Default login template %DEFAULT

Host polling interval 5

Maximum number of resource devices 5

Number of resource slots to allocate 5

Primary inactivity timeout 9999

Secondary inactivity timeout 9999

Interval to display countdown timer 20

Disable CCOW support YES

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--- Setting Default object source path for System: DEMO.OKLAHOMA.IHS.GOV ---

Object Source Path: \\161.223.9.243\ehr\dev\lib\ Replace ???


Default path to the object repository.
Object Source Path: \\161.223.9.243\ehr\dev\lib\ Replace

Default object source path: This is the default path to the object repository.

Default login template: This is the default login template for the system.

Host polling interval: This is the number of seconds (1-60) between polls.

Maximum number of resource devices: This is the maximum number (1-20) if resource devices that may be created.

Number of resource slots to allocate: This is maximum number of resource devices for the system.

Primary inactivity timeout: This is the number of seconds (30+) of inactivity before locking the application.

Secondary inactivity timeout: This is the number of seconds (30+) of inactivity before initiating automatic logout.

Interval to display countdown timer: This is the number of seconds (5-999) to display the countdown timer.

Disable CCOW support: If YES, this disables connection to a CCOW-complaint context manager.
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