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AbstractPurpose: To infiltrate all Ambulatory clinics that are associated with Boston Children's Hospital (BCH) to ensure proper documentation compliance with 2013 Meaningful Use (MU) efforts per Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines including the following measures: Computer provider order entry (CPOE) for medication orders; incorporation of lab results; maintenance of an active allergy list, medication list, and problem list; medication reconciliation; record and chart changes in vital signs; record patient demographics; record smoking status; electronic transmission of prescriptions; and provide clinical summary. Method or Approach: After thorough assessments of the ambulatory clinics in early 2013, it was apparent more staff was required to fill education gaps identified. A proposal was presented to the executive committee and 6 positions were created for the Clinical Education and Informatics (CEI) team...
DescriptionIncludes abstract and presentation. The presentation is authored by Lindsay Donnellan and Sara Gibbons. Presented at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, Summer Institute of Nursing Informatics (SINI), 2014.
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