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8 Tip For Implementing Ob-Gyn EMR Software

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8 Tip For Implementing Ob-Gyn EMR Software

  1. 1. 8 Tips for Implementing Ob Gyn EMR Software
  2. 2. Decision Time • The process of implementing EMR software is different for every field, and that includes Ob Gyn practices. • The first step is deciding how to manage the integration, which could include recording only new patients or recording all patients.
  3. 3. Merging Methods • The most difficult task, will be the initial merger of physical records and your new EHR (Electronic Health Records) system. • Putting all patients into one system will be worth it, because it will make information access and process streamlining easier in the end.
  4. 4. Training Opportunity • Although merging all of your records into one electronic system may take several weeks, it is a great training opportunity for your Ob Gyn staff. • Every person who loads information into the system will become more familiar with it, which equates to more efficient EMR documentation down the road.
  5. 5. Timing is Everything • To keep up the implementation pace, give your team a goal as to how much to finish each day and when to complete the process. • This will not only keep the end in sight, but will also create a countdown to the full move to electronic charting at your practice.
  6. 6. Staff Assignments • To stay organized during EMR implementation, assign specific tasks to each staff person. • For example, if you know RNs are in charge of recording vitals, LMPS, etc., then you will know who to go to if you have a question about a particular entry.
  7. 7. Audit for Accuracy • With all that shuffling, there are bound to be some errors during data entry, so set up a system for auditing. • You will need an experienced staff member who can easily spot errors to be your fact checker to make sure everything is correct for the EMR launch.
  8. 8. UDS Reporting • Don’t forget! UDS reporters have specific details to record. • If your practice participates in UDS reporting, you will need to be sure the first- seen trimester, first visit date, and visit location are electronically recorded.
  9. 9. Dual System Considerations • If you decide to use a dual system, with old records on paper and new records on EHRs, be sure to use codes and duplicate data where necessary. • For instance, allergies should be entered in both places and important notes entered into the EMR should be marked on paper charts as “see EMR” so they aren’t overlooked.
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