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Paragon v12.1 Enhancements

Paragon v12.1 comes with enhancements that should help all physicians. The Paragon v12.1 upgrade includes time saving features offered in Medication Reconciliation and Prescription Writer.

Check out the videos on Med Rec enhancements below:

Admission Med Rec Enhancements

Discharge Med Rec Enhancements Part 1

To view the Paragon v12.1 enhancements please click here.

Bulk Order Sign Off

Bulk Order Sign-Off

Coming April 1, 2015

Starting April 1, 2015 providers will have the ability to sign off on all their telephone orders in 3 steps.

For more information click here.

HIM Weekly Update 3/27/2015

HIM Update 3.27

List of antibiotics restricted to ID approval

  • Ceftaroline (TEFLARO) – Non formulary
  • Liposomal Amphotericin (AMBISOME) – Formulary
  • Daptomycin (CUBICIN) – Non formulary
  • Linezolid (ZYVOX) – Formulary
  • Voriconazole (VFEND) – Formulary
  • Imipenem (PRIMAXIN) – Formulary
  • Gancyclovir (CYTOVENE) – Non formulary
  • Tigecycline (TYGACIL) – Non Formulary
  • Doripenem (DORIBAX) – Non Formulary

Death certificates: what you need to know

An article titled “Death Certification: A Final Service to Your Patient” written by Stephen J. Cina, MD, the chief medical examiner for Cook County clarifies some of the concerns physicians may have over correctly signing death certificates.

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Doctors’ Day Lunch

Join us for a special Doctors’ Day lunch in your honor. Enjoy sushi from Kyoto Japanese Restaurant, a beef carving station, tasty side dishes and dessert.

Tuesday, April 7
11am-1:30pm
Centegra Hospital-Woodstock
Conference Rooms

Thursday, April 9
11am-1:30pm
Centegra Hospital-McHenry
Classrooms

Lunch attendees will have a chance to win one of two multi-device charging stations. All physicians are eligible to win one of three $50 gift certificates to Kyoto Japanese Restaurant.

Medication Administration Details – Checking Dose, Date and Time Delivered

Checking administration time and date for ordered medications can be done by following the steps below:

  1. Choose the Meds tab in WSP
  2. Locate and check the medication in question and click on the detail button in the lower left hand corner
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  4. The following screen will show the dose, date and time of medication administration. Also shown will be who administered the medication
  5. NOTE: Two or more medications can be selected as well to view the details of multiple ordered medications. Click back to return to Meds screen

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