2 Introduction Order Choices vs. Lab Tests Text Results vs. Numeric ResultsApprove testing resultsRerun assays and document quality assurance commentsReprint a LabelAttach more Order ChoicesEdit the original orderOrder Choice Status
3 Introduction Review Clinical Information Suppress results Print from Review ResultsExportCommentsReview of Rules triggeredAttach more Order ChoicesHistorical patient result review
5 Order Choices vs. Lab Tests Lab tests are the assays that are performed to produce patient results.Order Choices are what the doctor chooses to order for his patient so that a clear clinical understanding is probable.CBC is an Order Choice as is TSH.When a CBC is ordered, the White Count, Hemoglobin and Platelet Count are just some of the test results obtained by completing the sample study. When a TSH is ordered, a TSH is the result obtained when the sample study is completed.
6 Order Choices vs. Lab Tests The Review Results window is divided into two distinct areas.The Order Choices are at the top and their corresponding Lab Tests are in the bottom half.The Lab Tests can only be seen when the Order Choice is highlighted in the top half of the Review Results window.
31 Attach more Order Choices If you need to add more Choices to an Order, highlight the current Order Choice that you would like to add to, and then click [Attach] This will return you to Order Patient Samples where you can add the new Choice.
33 Edit the original Order If you need to edit the original Order, you can do that from Review Results. Highlight the current Order Choice that you would like to edit, and then click [Edit]. This will open a new window.
34 Edit the original Order There are many things about an order that could be edited.
35 Edit the original Order If you need to edit the diagnosis codes that apply to this order, click on [Edit Diagnoses].
36 Edit the original Order A new window appears that will allow you to add, delete or modify the codes.
37 Edit the original Order You may find there are times when you need to review the patient’s insurance information. Click on [Insurance].
38 Edit the original Order A new window will appear that allows you to review or edit the plan information.
39 Edit the original Order You could also adjust the delivery of additional reports if you click on [CC Reports].
40 Edit the original Order A window opens that will display the list of additional reports and there delivery method.
41 Edit the original Order By highlighting lines that should change and using the arrows, report recipients can be amended.
42 Edit the original Order The delivery method can be changed as well by using the drop down menu available by clicking the arrows.
44 Common Examples include: Order Choice StatusThe Order Choice Status feature can be used to organize testing in similar groups.Common Examples include:ChemistryHematologyMicro- 24 HourMicro- 48 HourKit Tests
49 Suppress results Sometimes specific test results will not be released. Automated Differentials being replaced by ManualDifferentials is a good example of when this mightoccur.This WBC Count ishigh and I do not wantto use the Auto Diffprovided by theanalyzer.
50 Suppress resultsSelect the Lab Test that you would like to suppress and then click [Suppress].
51 Suppress resultsOnce you have clicked on Suppress, the result will be italicized.
52 Suppress resultsEach lab test will have to be suppressed individually.
63 Comments The Comments feature allows you to enter manual or automatic comments for Patients, Sample IDs, Orderchoices,and Tests.
64 CommentsThe presence of previously entered comments is indicated by the italicized Comments box.
65 CommentsTo view those comments, click the [Comments] box and a window will open.
66 CommentsIf you highlight an order choice, you will only be allowed to access and add comments for the order choice, the order, and the related patient record.You will not be allowed to add comments for any tests related to the order choice.Any existing test or order choice comments will be accessible.
67 CommentsIf you highlight a test result and click [Comments], you can access and add comments for the selected test, as well as the related order choice, order, and patient.Any existing test or order choice comments will also be accessible.
68 Comments To add in a new comment, access the Comments window by clicking the [Comments] button. TheComments window will open to the comment levelbased on anyitem youhighlighted inthe previouswindow.
69 Comments Verify that you are on the tab that corresponds to the comment you wish to add or edit (Patient, Order, OrderChoice, or Test). Select a different tab, or click acomment in the"Comments atOther Levels"field to accesscommentsfor a differentlevel, if desired.
70 CommentsClick [New] to add a comment, or highlight an existing comment in the Comments window to edit a comment.
71 CommentsTo enter a custom comment, type the desired comment in the "Add a comment for" field. If you are editing a comment, the field is called "Edit a comment for."Note: The "Add/Edit a comment for" field will include the patient, sample ID, order choice, or test name in the title of the field to indicate exactly where your comment will be added (e.g., "Add a comment for CBC").
72 Comments To enter a standard comment, click the … button (or press the [Ctrl] [T] hotkey) to open the MultipleComments window.Select one or morecomments and click[OK] to continue.
73 Comments Indicate a Reporting Status by selecting or clearing the "Don't Report" checkbox.