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What are activities in Epic?

Activities or modules within the workspace were certain task are completed. For example you document the administration of an immunization in the immunization activity

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What is a sidebar report

Report contains clinical information about the patient as well as the current visit.
Used for a quick glance at the patient's history as well as quickly marking as reviewed

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Where is snapshot report found?

Under chart review then snapshot tab

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How to get to chart review

If in a patient workspace click chart review activity tab

When not in a patient workspace click on the hyperspace toolbar then Patient look up

From dashboard click the chart icon

From the schedule, select an appointment slot and click chart

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True or False
When reading a report you single click to preview and double-click to open the larger report view

True

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Can you take action on medications for example reorder, change, or discontinue in chart review?

Chart reviews read only for medications
You would need to make changes via the medication and order section of the plan activity

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If you change your labs tab to result review does it revert back when you log off?

It will stay in results review until you change it back to standard

7

Chewing false: report in the sidebar and the snapshot report in snapshot are the same thing

False

8

Richard calls to inquire about his most recent TSH lab test. What is the fastest way for the nurse to look up its results?

Chart review then lab tab

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With chart search, you can: ( select one. )
A. Look up patient's chart by name and birthdate
B. Summon information in a patient's chart that appears in one spot.
C. filter on encounters on it's encounters tab

B. Summon information in a patient's chart that appears in one spot

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Explain the fastest way to create a graph of a patient's glucose results in result review.

Go to chart review then lab tab then result review button
With the top of the tree selected click the row heading in the table for glucose to select all its data. Then graph button

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Dr. Mika wants to see whether the changes in a diabetics medication over the past two years have had an effect on Richards A1 C levels. Which would best meet Dr. Mike is needs: results review, synopsis, or chart review?

Synopsis

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True false: in results review, you can create an ad hock table of selected results

True

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All the following are true in synopsis patient spotlight
K. It can list medication items
B. It can list components
C. A spotlight created for a patient is available across all synopsis views for that patient

True
False statements would be one spot that can be assigned to multiple patients
Or a user who creates a spotlight can share it with others

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A purple square indicates the order has a status of future

True

15

A green circle indicates the order has a status of standing

True

16

If you don't find what you want on the preference list click the facility list tab in order to make database look appear

True

17

If changes are needed use that orders order composer.
Basically a box of details for that order to open that click the name of the pended order or click the blue summary sentence

T

18

Canceling is called discontinuing for medications

True

19

Labs imaging etc. for orders placed in a previous encounter And have not been resulted.
Locate the order in one of these activities and click cancel

T

20

To order brand name medication use dispense as written. This is a checkbox under the dispense field

T

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To reorder a medication that has not expired you can click reorder in meds and orders

T

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To reorder a medication that has expired you need to click in the med history checkbox first then click reorder and it's row

T

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Medication mornings can happen because of dose checking, duplicate therapy checking and Drug allergy checking, also drug drug and drug disease checking

T

24

A drug set to normal the drug is sent to it's destination when you sign it

T

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Future is typically used for referrals, and imaging tests that require scheduling also some lab tests that require preparation

T

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When using standing orders you can set the status to auto release or to manual release. Manual release requires an in user to release the order

T

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A parent order is the order that records all the information about standing the future orders that were originally signed

T

28

A child order is released from the parent order
The child order has a status is normal

each child order is listed separately in chart review

T

29

After signing and immunization order, the immunization appears in the immunization activities in complete administrations section

T

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Cosigning means this cosigners notified about an order that was signed by someone after the order is sign

Orders released to the pharmacy lab etc. and

Cosigner receives a cosigner notification

T

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patient reported medications can be documented in the plans activity medication and orders section

T