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Creating a phone message in EeMR. Eddie Needham, MD Program Director, EFMRP February 5, 2010. Phone message. There are two ways to produce a phone msg. One – this method allows free text typing and easy implementation. We will in general use this method.

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Creating a phone message in EeMR

Eddie Needham, MD

Program Director, EFMRP

February 5, 2010


Phone message

  • There are two ways to produce a phone msg.

  • One – this method allows free text typing and easy implementation.

    We will in general use this method.

  • Two – create a note just like usual except select FAMPRAC TEL for note type.

    • This is a more cumbersome way to do it.

    • I will focus this presentation on #1


First method - Preferable and easier

Start by selecting “Clinical Notes”

on the pull down menu.


Next, click on the new note link.


Now, select FAMPRAC TEL and type in a Subject heading (Med Refill, etc…)

“Med Refill” or whatever you’d like to title your message


Type in your note using a SOAP format and select “Sign”


First Method

Using the first method, your telephone message will

appear in the “Phone Message” folder in the “Phone Msg”

subfolder

Go figure why they have both  Another idea from the

Department of Redundancy Department.


First methodYou’re done.


Second method - too much typing

Start out like you are entering a regular

note except select FAMPRAC TEL.

Hit “OK” and proceed as usual.


Fill in data like a lab letter.

Blocked for

patient confidentiality


Using the second method, your telephone message will

appear in the Family Practice folder under

FAMPRAC TEL - the folder with family practice telephone

messages.


You’re doneSecond method


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