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tickler

A manual or automatic system for reminding users of scheduled events or tasks. It is used in PIMs, contact management systems and scheduling and calendar systems.
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CMIO at LPCH, say clinical alerts can be divided into either synchronous or asynchronous decision support, the latter of which they say is a better solution for fixing alert fatigue.
provide clinicians with decision support through system-generated clinical alerts.
Among its many capabilities, TigerFlow Enterprise offers organizations an easy way to connect to the EHR, manage a wide range of clinical alerts, and place calls using integrated VoIP technology.
gt; Improved risk management: Risks will be mitigated through automatic and immediate clinical alerts.
The healthcare system has recently converted to Epic for its electronic health record (EHR); so all the employed physicians and all the hospitals; and we now have one Epic for Piedmont Healthcare, so we're utilizing Epic for this work--pathways, guidelines, order sets, clinical alerts, information integration, and systems integration.
The solution should connect to many different systems in the organization, such as directories, on-call scheduling, clinical alerts, critical test results and other alarms.
Medi-Span clinical decision support solutions back this with regular updating of clinical content based on industry changes, which eliminates outdated clinical alerts, and a team of seasoned consultants who can help healthcare organizations and users optimize the Medi-Span solutions within their systems.
Medical staff members are expected to remain on the phone to read back orders and provide responses to clinical alerts that may occur during the ordering process.
Every Most Wired hospital provides physicians with drug interaction and drug allergy clinical alerts in real time, compared with approximately 80 percent of all hospitals surveyed.
Each chapter includes: key terms, focused assessment, clinical alerts, diagnostic tests, medications, cultural considerations, family teaching, additional information for the clinical settings and resources.
When clinical alerts are sent to both the patient and the physician, both parties receive information they need to make informed decisions and to collaborate intelligently and productively.
Building clinical alerts and recommendations into electronic health records significantly improved immunization rates for inner-city children in a primary care network affiliated with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

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