Provider Cerner Education Session 3 - Northern Light Health

Provider Cerner Education Session 3 - Northern Light Health

Eastern Maine Medical Center Provider Cerner Education Session 3 01.31.2019 | Dr. Michael Ross Test Patients for Use Go to Ambulatory organizer/Home Search for Ross, Michael in the calendar; you will see my calendar for today filled with test patients. Pick a test patient from the schedule for use today. We will use this as a source of Test patients with Ambulatory encounters for future sessions as well. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 2 Overview: Topics to be Addressed Today Ordering Documentation Tools Ordering foundation Using Quick-Order pages

Family History Social History Setting up quick-order page Charge orders Problem Lists Procedure History Procedure/referral orders Future orders, recurrent orders, and adding diagnosis Adding favorites and favorites demos Protocols Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 3 Quick Order Pages Quick order page is the preferred method of ordering labs, imaging tests, referrals, billing, and in-office testing. Each quick-order page virtual views the correct order types to the office. Using the quick-order page will ensure that the correct type of order is placed. Quick order pages were built with provider input (some more than

others). Use of order favorites can make quickorder pages faster. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 4 Setting up your Quick Order Page Lets do this now. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 5 Adding Favorites: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Add Orders not on QOP via search Click the shopping Cart Click Modify Orders

Highlight the order you want to add as a favorite Right-click the Click, select add to favorites Cancel all the orders Create subfolders Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 6 Sharing Quick Orders Favorites with Peers: Go to Quick Orders Mpage 1. Under New Order Entry, click Shared 2. Search for the persons name you want to borrow from 3. Select the folder you want to copy from 4. Place desired orders 5. Go into your cart and select /modify/add to favorites Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 7 Order Favorite Set Up Examples from the Medical Staff During this time please explore order favorites and swap with colleagues

Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 8 Avoid frequent use of the search bar for routine orders The entire catalog of orders is available when using the search box. Some orders are not meant for the ambulatory environment (i.e. inpatient/outpatient/Rx./INPT orders). Inpatient orders placed may result in your office never seeing them. In general, only use the search bar for esoteric orders that are rarely used (80/20 rule). Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 9 Charges and Follow Up Orders: Best to group these early on the quickorders page (top left) for completion at the conclusion of our visits.

Checkout staff should be checking these orders at the time of depart, in order to coordinate follow-up office visits. Use the blank follow-up appointment to insert a custom follow-up time not available on the dropdown list. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 10 Procedural Referral orders: Referral orders are utilized in 2 ways Consultation for expert opinion Coordination of procedures to be done by consultant. (Examples: PFTs, Colonoscopy, EMG, etc) Most procedure requests have an associated referral order. Specific Information about the procedure should be indicated within instructions field associated with the procedure request. Primary Care has its own procedure referral request section. Pediatrics has them mixed in within their referrals.

Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 11 Example: Pulmonary Function Testing Yes: No: Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 12 Remember: Avoid searching procedure names directly within Cerner Cerner is a system-wide record. Orders exist within the catalog that are specifically designed for multiple inpatient and practice operations. Procedure orders within the catalog are designed for coordination between the proceduralist and the hospital. Ordering these directly leads to confusion by the referral staff. We should order them from the procedure request quickorders. Provider Cerner Education Session 3

| 01.31.2019 13 Ordering Fields Basics Just like in Centricity: Yellow = Mandatory field. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 14 Never change the default order to No for a future visit: This will activate the order, and make it in process; this is akin to saying: The blood has already been analyzed. The X-ray has already been performed. The Colon has been scoped. The gallbladder has already been imaged. I am Groot. You get my drift. Leave it alone. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 01.31.2019| 15

Future and repeat ordering: Allows single and recurring orders to be placed following specific intervals Approximate or specific times available If you dont specify a grace period, a grace period of +/- 7 days will be used by lab Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 16 Where did the patients problem list go? Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 17 Printing orders: Discouraged In general, we do not recommend you print your patients order requisitions(*). We recommend you provide your patients a Patient Visit Summary, which lists the active orders available. A lab autotext can be helpful: see my

example (*) Labs drawn in an office lab do need to have a printed requisition accompany them with the courier. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 18 Reviewing Orders already placed Best way to save ourselves work: dont re-order labs already ordered: Orders are considered Live and Actionable throughout the system for a period of one year. Duplicate orders were common in Centricity because it was a closed system: The patient requisition was the message to the lab that orders were pending. If the patient never went to get labs/Radiology, orders were labs never received. All orders in Cerner are sent to the lab electronically. It behooves us all to review currently live orders within the chart before re-ordering to reduce phone calls from the lab regarding which order to satisfy.

Work is being done with the lab to set expectations for Auto-decline duplicate lab orders. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 19 Using the Order Profile Component Review the Order profile prior to ordering labs/radiology. Orders that are already on the patients order profile do not need to be reordered; just direct the patient to the lab. Pearl: Referral orders wont show up under active orders because they are considered completed by Cerner once the appointment has been scheduled. To check prior referrals, select Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 20 Protocols, Proposals, JPPs and PCPs Provider Cerner Education Session 3 |

01.31.2019 21 Provider v. Proposed v. Protocol Orders Provider Order Proposed Order Protocol Order An order for a medical action to be performed, placed by a Provider. A pre-order that requires a provider signature before it can be acted upon. Example: CBC, Obtain a Strep Swab, X-ray, MRI of head Example: CBC, CMP, X-ray, CT Scans An order that follows specific criteria, as written within an approved Joint Practice Protocol or Patient Care Protocol. Electronically Signed at the time of ordering. Considered Actionable as soon as it is placed. Performed by: Requires a provider co-signature within 48

hours, or sooner if action is needed. Not live or actionable until co-signed. Performed by: Certified clerical Physician Nurse Practitioners MA LPN Physician Assistants RN Considered live and Actionable as soon as it is placed. Requires a provider co-signature within 48 hours. Limited to details/conditions within the applicable Joint Practice Protocol/Patient Care Protocol. Performed by: Certified clerical MA LPN RN Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 22

Proposed v. Protocol Orders Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 23 JPP v. PCP Joint Practice Protocol (JPP) Patient Care Protocol (PCP) A licensed independent practitioner (LIP) signed list of prn orders which members of the clinical care team may initiate based on specific criteria. A protocol for the care of a specific patient condition or situation which designates the actions members of clinical care team may take based on specific criteria. The protocol may designate the clinical staff and orders that can be entered in a Protocol Ordering mode. A Pre-Activated set of prn orders that can be used under specific circumstances. Requires a provider signature once yearly. Orders entered under a JPP are entered by MA as an order via the protocol communication type, and are actionable immediately. Extensive adoption in Centricity. Formal vetting process before use.

Orders placed under a PCP are entered as an order via need co-signature communication type, and are actionable immediately. Orders require a provider signature, which can be within a 48 hour time period. Formal vetting process before use. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 24 JPP and the Recommendations Component If the JPP has not been signed, it will be available to be ordered: Select to order Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 25 JPP and the Recommendations Component JPP Absence means it has been ordered Will be visible in Historical recommendations

Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 26 JPP and the Recommendations Component Powerplan reference Once placed, JPP orders available on Quick-order M-Page Available Orderables Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 27 Clinical Examples: Protocol Cases: Tools for Team Based Care Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019

28 Scenario #1: Protocol Order Frank presents to the Pediatricians office with his 8 year old son (Frank Jr.) who has a Sore Throat, abdominal pain, fever and headache, without cough/coryzal symptoms. Upon recognizing the presentation as aligning with the Joint Practice Protocol, the Medical Assistant obtains a Rapid Strep swab, and runs the in-office strep test. The MA documents a negative Rapid strep, and places a protocol order for the follow-up throat culture. She sends the culture to the lab. The Provider examines the patient, provides a preliminary diagnosis of a suspected viral pharyngitis, and discharges the patient home. Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 29 Scenario #2: Proposed Order Frank Jr.s Strep Culture returns positive. An office RN is notified of the positive culture result via the message center pool. The RN reviews the patients allergies, and their listed pharmacy preference. Having worked for years with the provider, they know the provider will order amoxicillin for the positive strep culture. They propose this medication to the provider. The provider checks the accurate dose, confirms that the patient is not allergic to the medication, and signs the proposed order. Upon signature, the amoxicillin is electronically sent to the pharmacy. Frank Sr. is notified by the office via the Portal that his sons Strep Culture has turned positive, and that an Amoxicillin prescription is waiting for him at the pharmacy. Provider Cerner Education Session 3

| 01.31.2019 30 Documentation Tools Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 31 Social History You can view current social history in the WF MPage: click a row to expand To document click Histories If social is open in the MPage, you land in social in the tool Modify updates an existing entry Add creates a new entry You can choose to view all or active entries Recommend: Mark as Reviewed if nothing is changed. Date on line updates Modify to update small items Add if major changes, legacy tool retired. Provider Cerner Education Session 3

| 01.31.2019 32 Family History Select the system lists that make sense for you Add to your quick list: Unique to you Never select all negative, populates every field Select system lists Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 33 Problem List This visit: specific to an encounter, can be associated with orders Displays in order selected Can reorder with drop downs Chronic: Diagnoses which cross encounters Problems display alphabetically Comments: if entered with chronic selected will cross encounters and displays in notes Un checking this visit and chronic removes items from the list To restore, click historic at the bottom of the pane You will see every problem & diagnosis with comments preserved Provider Cerner Education Session 3

| 01.31.2019 34 Problem List Favorites Cant be done in MPages Useful for common items Difficult to find items Can add comments Can change display names My Favorites!!!! Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 35 Procedure History Set your terminology axis to Surgical Procedures

Save common procedures as a favorite Default your display to show favorites by clicking the star then exit Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 36 Survey results: Pre-Education, Dec 20, 2018 (Baseline) Comfortable Moderately Not Comfortable Comfortable PowerChart Structure: I have organized my MPages and their components , and removed components I dont use 2 8 5 I know how to set up the contextual view (documentation on the right) 5 6

4 I know how to change filters on the various M-page components 2 3 I can accurately identify the banner bar, tool bars, table of contents (dark side), and MPage menu. I know the benefits of using the Workflow M-Page instead of going back/forth to the Dark Side I have configured my toolbars to meet my needs Note Creation: I know the difference between the workflow M-page and a Note 7 2 2 7 7 9 8 3 Moderately Not Comfortable Comfortable Comfortable

Documentation Tools: I know the difference between a diagnosis and a problem 3 4 8 I know how to maintain a current problems list 3 5 7 11 I know how to mark in error a problem on the patients problem list so it will no longer be part of their chart. 4 11 1 I know how to free-text (Centricity-like) comments to the Family History, Social History, and Problems 2 13

4 5 5 I have added items to the Family History Quick Selection section 1 5 9 I know how to update the Social History through modify and add 2 4 9 Message Center: I have assigned proxies in my message center to my partners 8 6 1 I have set up messaging favorites for pools and colleagues I am comfortable moving back and forth between the workflow M-page and the note without fear of losing work.

5 6 4 2 4 9 I know when and how to use between the visit encounters I know how to use system auto-text for documenting (/) 2 5 8 7 5 3 I have set up my between-the-visit encounter locations I have created personal auto-text (.) 2 1

12 8 4 3 I have made a shortcut to pull nursing documentation into my note 3 I have created auto-text that includes Smart Templates 3 4 7 I know how to alter the title of a note Ordering: I have created favorites on my quick orders pages 5 3 6 2 3

10 MModal: I routine use MModal I know how to borrow someone elses quick orders folder favorites so I can use them. 5 3 5 I routinely use Quick Orders and make use of Order Sentences 1 1 I have created commands to insert text 1 3 8 I know how to use the next field button and command 1 2

9 I know how to create auto-text that are MModal optimized 1 1 10 12 15 Provider Cerner Education Session 3 | 01.31.2019 13 37 Survey results: 2 Educational Sessions, Jan 28, 2019 Comfortable Moderately Comfortable Comfortable Moderately Comfortable

Not Comfortable Documentation Tools: I know the difference between a diagnosis and a problem Not Comfortable PowerChart Structure: I have organized my MPages and their components , and removed components I dont use 7 6 7 10 6 5 I know how to maintain a current problems list 9 7 5 I know how to set up the contextual view (documentation on the right)

13 5 2 I know how to change filters on the various M-page components 6 6 5 I know how to mark in error a problem on the patients problem list so it will no longer be part of their chart. 6 7 7 14 6 I know how to free-text (Centricity-like) comments to the Family History, Social History, and Problems 6 3 9

I have added items to the Family History Quick Selection section 6 4 9 I know how to update the Social History through modify and add 6 3 11 Message Center: I have assigned proxies in my message center to my partners 14 5 1 I have set up messaging favorites for pools and colleagues 12 3 3 I know when and how to use between the visit encounters

9 9 2 I have set up my between-the-visit encounter locations 6 4 9 I feel comfortable using the reply and delete buttons without fear of losing documentation 13 5 2 I know the difference between co-signature and proposed orders 10 2 6 I know how to use the trash and sent items to review old messages 13

3 4 I know when to use the in-between encounter workflow 7 9 5 I know how to use the message journal to track down a message 6 11 3 I know how to send a reminder to my message center 13 3 3 I know how to send a reminder to the patients chart (pop-up) 9 6

4 I know the difference between messages and documents, and understand the lifespan of a message 10 6 5 5 8 7 2 6 3 4 15 11 I can accurately identify the banner bar, tool bars, table of contents (dark side), and MPage menu. I know the benefits of using the Workflow M-Page instead of going back/forth to the Dark Side 10 6

3 I have configured my toolbars to meet my needs 10 8 3 I know how to access the CCD 7 8 4 Note Creation: I know the difference between the workflow M-page and a Note 12 5 2 I am comfortable moving back and forth between the workflow M-page and the note without fear of losing work. 9 5 5

I know how to use system auto-text for documenting (/) 14 5 1 16 2 2 I have created personal auto-text (.) I have made a shortcut to pull nursing documentation into my note I have created auto-text that includes Smart Templates I know how to alter the title of a note 7 6 7 5 3 12 14 3

2 MModal: I routine use MModal I have created commands to insert text 4 3 13 I know how to use the next field button and command 4 4 12 I know how to create auto-text that are MModal optimized 2 3 14 Ordering: I have created favorites on my quick orders pages I know how to borrow someone elses quick orders folder favorites so I can use them. I routinely use Quick Orders and make use of Order Sentences

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