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Our institution uses MedAction plan, however, our clinical pharmacists are the only ones with access. This has been problematic because it is not always updated after each clinic visit, and med/dose changes are missed. Epic is our EMR, and in my experience, the two don’t seem to “talk” to each other. Our department is currently working on a QI project about this so I would love to hear other’s experiences. Is it possible to link Epic and MedAction plan?
—————————— Kaitlin Sobilo Sheffield Village, OH United States —————————— ——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 10-04-2016 02:49 PM From: Sheryl Bartlett Subject: Med Action Plan program use with EPIC
We have been working over the last year to implement the MedAction Plan program in our hematology/oncology outpatient clinic. It is now active and available to our staff, who are slowly picking up steam to utilize it.
My question for all of you is:
Are there any other institutions currently using this program with EPIC? And if so would you like to brainstorm together to work out implementation road blocks we’ve found?
Sheryl Bartlett, RN
Childrens Medical Center Dallas Campus
—————————— Sheryl Bartlett, RN Dallas, TX United States ——————————