How to make final changes to the narratives after completing a chart?

After you have completed charting, click in the Save option box and choose COMPLETE and then click on the Save As button. When the “Charting Saved Successfully” message appears, click on the  button. The narration for the chart will appear, you can make changes to the content as required on this screen. After making the […]

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How to make a chart VOID that you were working on?

To void a chart that you are working on: On the charting screen, click on the Save options list and choose VOID and then click the Save As button. By saving the chart as VOID, the record will be permanently deleted. When the “Charting Saved Successfully” message appears, click on the close button. The chart […]

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How to record patient vitals during office visit? – EMR button

Go to Clinical Desktop from the main menu and click on the Patient tab. Search and select a patient to open up the EMR for that patient. On the Electronic Medical Record window, under Objective click on Vitals and fill in all the required information on this new window that appears on the right of […]

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Charting for a Walk in patient?

Note: There are basically two scenarios when we start charting: Charting for a patient with an Appointment Charting for a Walk in patient (without Appointment) To chart for a walk in patient, go to Clinical Desktop from the main menu and click on the Patient tab. Search for a patient using any criteria (Last Name, […]

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What is EMR?

EMR is an acronym for Electronic Medical Records. This refers to a paperless, digital and computerized system of maintaining patient data, designed to increase the efficiency and reduce documentation errors by streamlining the process. EMR is the electronic record of health – related information on an individual that is created, gathered, managed & consulted by […]

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What is EHR?

EHR is the electronic record of health – related information on an individual that is created & gathered cumulatively across more than one health care organization & is managed & consulted by licensed clinicians & staff involved in the individual’s health care. Note:  EHR is an EMR with interoperability (I.e. Integration to other provider’s systems)

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