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MED HISTORY (EZ SCRIPT) SIMULATIONS

ENTERING MED HISTORY

The Medication Profile is the first step in the Medication Reconciliation process. This screen will replace the current medication history grid in the Patient Profiles.

» Enter Entering Med History

 

NO HOME MEDS

This simulation will show you how to document that your patient is not taking any medications at home.

» Enter No Home Meds

 

MISC MEDS

There may be times when the patient does not know the name of a medication they are taking. They say they take a "little blue pill."

» Enter Misc Meds

 

PRN MEDS

This simulation will show you how to enter a PRN medication into the patient's medication history.

» Enter PRN Meds

 

HERBALS

Many patients take herbal supplements. This simulation will show you how to enter these into the medication history.

» Enter Herbals

 

CANCEL / DC

The patient's medication history will appear the next time they are admitted. As you review the list with the patient and they tell you they are no longer taking a medication, you will need to remove it.

» Enter Cancel / DC

 

MEDS REVIEWED

When you are admitting a patient who has a previous med history entered there is a simple way to say that you reviewed it and made any necessary changes..

» Enter Meds Reviewed

 

FAVORITES

The EZ Script program allows you to create a Favorites Folder of medications that patients in your area commonly take. This will save you time by not having to search.

» Enter Favorites

 


PREPROCEDURE CHECKLIST SIMULATIONS

PROCEDURE VALIDATION

Documenting on the Pre-Procedure Verification Checklist: The Checklist will be started when an invasive procedure is scheduled or ordered.

» Enter Preprocedure Validation

 

VALIDATION BY TWO CLINICIANS

There are four specific items that need to be validated by two clinicians for every invasive procedure.

» Enter Validation By Two Clinicians

 

 

 

OTHER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

Free Text Allergy Documentation (PDF)

Allergy Documentation References (PDF)

Converting a Freetext Allergy (PDF)

 

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