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KEY NEW FEATURES

GENERAL

  • New Name/Login Screen

  • Network Connection Recovery

  • Out of Office Assistant


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KEY NEW FEATURES

GENERAL

  • New Name/Login Screen

  • Network Connection Recovery

  • Out of Office Assistant


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Centricity EMR 2005

New picture

Same log-in process


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KEY NEW FEATURES

GENERAL

  • New Name/Login Screen

  • Network Connection Recovery

  • Out of Office Assistant

LOCKED


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Network Connection Recovery

A chart update lock caused by a dropped network connection will be automatically unlocked within minutes


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KEY NEW FEATURES

GENERAL

  • New Name/Login Screen

  • Network Connection Recovery

  • Out of Office Assistant


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Out of Office Assistant

  • Out of Office Pop-Up

  • Activating the Out of Office Assistant

  • Turning off the Out of Office Assistant


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Out of Office Pop-Up

The pop-up window appears when you try to route a flag or document to someone whose Out of Office Assistant is activated.


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Out of Office Assistant

  • Out of Office Pop-Up

  • Activating the Out of Office Assistant

  • Turning off the Out of Office Assistant


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Activating the Out of Office Assistant

1. Go to Options | Out of Office Assistant…

  • Choose  I am currently out of the office

  • Type a brief response to be included

  • Click OK


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Out of Office Assistant

  • Out of Office Pop-Up

  • Activating the Out of Office Assistant

  • Turning off the Out of Office Assistant


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Turning off the Out of Office Assistant

If you’ve activated the Assistant, the next time you log in you’ll be prompted to turn it off


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Out of Office Assistant

NOTE: The Out of Office Assistant doesn’t prevent documents from being routed to your Desktop via an interface. (Sparrow and Ingham labs, MSU Radiology reports, etc.)


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KEY NEW FEATURES

VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS

  • Desktop Document Views

  • Desktop Groups

  • Routing Multiple Documents


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Desktop Document Views

Click Organize to define a view by

  • Document type, priority, status

  • Location of Ordering Provider

Click to select a desired view


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KEY NEW FEATURES

VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS

  • Desktop Document Views

  • Desktop Groups

  • Routing Multiple Documents


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Desktop Groups

Create a group to view documents of more than one Centricity user simultaneously

Multiple Desktops displayed


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Desktop Groups

Click Organize to create Desktop groups


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Desktop Groups

Who might use Desktop Groups?

  • Nursing staff monitoring multiple Desktops for incoming labs and imaging reports

  • Physicians covering for other physicians in their absence


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KEY NEW FEATURES

VIEWS AND ROUTING DOCUMENTS

  • Desktop Document Views

  • Desktop Groups

  • Routing Multiple Documents


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Routing Sequential Documents

  • Click on the first document to be routed

  • Hold down the [Shift] key of your keyboard

  • Click on the last document to be routed

  • Release the [Shift] key

5. Click the Route button


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Routing Non-Sequential Documents

  • Click on the first document to be routed

  • Hold down the [Ctrl] key of your keyboard

  • Click on other documents to be routed

  • Release the [Ctrl] key

5. Click the Route button


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KEY NEW FEATURES

IN THE CHART

  • Flowsheet Views

  • Allergies and Adverse Reactions

    • Differentiating between an allergy and an adverse reaction

    • Documenting an allergy or adverse reaction


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Hide/Display Observations

  • Go to the Flowsheet tab of a patient chart

  • Click Organize

  • Choose from layout options

  • Click OK


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Removed ObservationsDisplayed in Flowsheet View

Observations removed

Removal details


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KEY NEW FEATURES

IN THE CHART

  • Flowsheet Views

  • Allergies and Adverse Reactions

    • Differentiating between an allergy and an adverse reaction

    • Documenting an allergy or adverse reaction


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Allergies & Adverse Reactions

! Allergy: a hypersensitivity to an environmental agent, food, or drug

Adverse Reaction: any undesirable

or unwanted consequence of a

preventative, diagnostic, or therapeutic

procedure or regimen


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Allergies & Adverse Reactions

A red “!” is attached to a critical allergy


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Add an Adverse Reaction

Select  Non-critical reaction during an update


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KEY NEW FEATURES

IN THE CHART

  • Favorite Forms Pane

  • Problem List Management Tools

  • Enhanced Medication Documentation


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Favorite Forms Pane

Customize your Favorites for use in chart updates

(Not for Handouts)


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Create a Favorites List

  • Right-click in Favorites Pane

  • Select “Add Fav Form / Text component…”

  • Select desired form in Find Component window

  • Click OK


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Using your Favorites

Right-click on a form in Favorites and select “Insert into note” to add that form to an update in progress


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KEY NEW FEATURES

IN THE CHART

  • Favorite Forms Pane

  • Problem List Management Tools

  • Enhanced Medication Documentation


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ProblemList Management

  • View inactive problems in the Update Problems window

  • Reactivate inactive problems

  • No more “Minor Diagnosis”

  • Prevent duplicate problems


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ProblemList Management

View Inactive problems in the Update Problems window


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ProblemList Management

Reactivate Old Problems

  • Move an inactive problem to the active problem list

  • Start a “New Occurrence” of an old problem


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Reactivate Old Problems

Select Inactive

Click to select an inactive problem

Click Reactivate


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A Reactivated Problem

Reactivated problem now on Active problem list

Click OK to complete the process


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A New Occurrence

Start a “New Occurrence” of an old problem

Select the desired inactive problem

Click New Occurrence…


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Reactivate or New Occurrence: What’s the Difference?

Reactivatean inactive problem to continue treating that same problem

  • The reactivated problem keeps the initial start date and assessments

  • Subsequent assessments are attached chronologically


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Reactivate or New Occurrence: What’s the Difference?

Begin a New Occurrence to add a problem independent of initial instance

  • The new occurrence defaults to the attributes of the first, but with a new start date

  • Only subsequent assessments are associated with the new occurrence


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No More “Minor Diagnosis”

  • This option has been replaced with enhanced custom problem list options, including defined end dates

  • Active minor dx problems in patient charts will remain on lists until they expire or are removed or changed during an update


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Prevent Duplicate Problems

The Duplicate Problem(s) Found window opens if you try to add a problem already on a patient’s active problem list

Cancel

View details of the problem

Add duplicate problem

Add a new assessment of existing problem


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KEY NEW FEATURES

IN THE CHART

  • Favorite Forms Pane

  • Problem List Management Tools

  • Enhanced Medication Documentation


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Enhanced Medication Documentation

Additional comment field in the New Medication and Change Medication windows


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Enhanced Medication Documentation

Potential medication interaction displayed


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Enhanced Medication Documentation

Allergies and Adverse Reactions now included in the New Medication window


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Enhanced Medication Documentation

Allergies and Adverse Reactions also added to the Prescriptions window


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CENTRICITY 2005 HELP

  • Screen-specific Help

  • Help Topics

  • What’s New to 2005

  • MSU HealthTeam


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Centricity 2005 Help

Go to Help | Help on this Screen for screen-specific assistance


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Centricity 2005 Help

Get general assistance at Help | Help Topics

Find out what’s new to Centricity 2005 in Help | What’s New


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Help at the HealthTeam

  • EMR Implementation team: (517) 353-0817

  • Training materials: http://www.emr.msu.edu/

  • Health Information Technology: (517) 355-6531

  • Submit a service request: http://www.hit.msu.edu/