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Additional E/M Codes Available for Level of Service (Starting: 6/24)

The Level of Service sections in the Visit Navigator now includes a link to place additional E/M codes.

New 2014 Epic Upgrade (Starting: 6/7)

Epic 2014 enhances Notes, Orders, Chart Search and more. It also sets the foundation for many more exciting features coming later in the year.

Some of the new features you will see starting 6/7:

Watch: MD New Version Summary Video

Share patient info across EHRs with each Transition of Care (Starting: 5/20)

When a patient transitions from one place of care or provider to another, new Epic features will exchange clinical information across EHR systems to provide a more complete picture of the patient's health. This is an important part of the Meaningful Use initiative at SHC.

Initially, only Sutter Health providers and locations will participate in electronically receiving these Continuity of Care Documents. Other institutions will follow soon.

Related article: Place Referral Orders | Indicate Patient Follow Up After Discharge

New Intraoperative Blood Ordering and Documentation for Anesthesiologist (Starting: 4/24)

IntraOp orders for routine transfusions, MTP and Emergency Release will be entered in Epic, allowing for barcode scanners to be utilized to document transfusions and new safety steps to ensure correct patient and blood.

Related articles: Enter IntraOp Transfusion order for Anesthesiologists | Document IntraOp Blood Administration with Barcode Scanner

 

  

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