How to use StarPanel to request discharge appointments via Message Baskets and StarForms. Discharge Appointment Scheduling. This is how a patient’s information appears in Star Panel. Select the “Forms” tab. Click on “VUH Discharge Appointment Request” (in the BLUE font).
How to use StarPanel to request discharge appointments via Message Baskets and StarFormsDischarge Appointment Scheduling
First time users will need to search the Form by typing Discharge next to search title and clicking the box to the left of the form. Next click Refresh in the upper right corner. This saves the form as a preference.
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Enter the contact numbers for the patient. This is CRITICAL if Central Appointment Scheduling needs to reach the patient after discharge. (if patient is going to a Nursing home or a relative’s house, please put this number in the “Primary Contact #” blank.)
NOTE: Clicking “Save to StarPanel” saves this FORM to Star Panel It does NOT send your request to Central Appointment Scheduling.Another step is required to SEND your request.
If you need to add information, please make the first character an asterisk. This will also make your message go to the top of Central Appointment Scheduling’s list.
Do character an asterisk. NOT click on any of these options at this time.Clicking an option will Save the request to the pt.’s chart, but WILL NOT send your request to Central Appointment Scheduling.
What messages look like in Central Appointment Scheduling’s Basket. Notice Sneezy is at the top because you left the message blank! (this will make it faster for Central Appointment Scheduling to find it!)
The patient has been discharged. What do I do?
The ambulance is on the way. I really want to let Central Appointment Scheduling know. What do I do?These questions have the same Answer
indicate a change
When the request is returned, copy down the information for the patient. Now save this request to the chart by clicking on “Appointment communication”. This saves the entire string to the patient’s chart.