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NYCLIX Enhancement

A new NYCLIX release just went live that should make it much easier to look for data on relevant patients.
-When you login, go straight to the “Patient in ED tab” which displays all the Sinai ED patients who have registered in the last 18 hours.
-You will notice on the right that there is a new column entitled “Data From Other Facilities”.  If you click on the top of this column it will sort by “Y” and “N”.
-Any patient with a “Y” has data available from outside Sinai.  This should allow you to quickly see if your patients have any data available through NYCLIX, and prevent you from looking just to find out that nothing is there.
-A good way to use NYCLIX now, other than targeted searching for data on a specific patient, is to login a couple of times per shift, sort on this column, and see if any of your active patients have data available.  You may find that you are able to cancel a CT scan or avoid an admission based on the data you find.
-If the “Patients in ED” screen doesn’t load for some reason, or says “No patients were found in department.” , just hit refresh and it should pop up.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions.
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Jason Shapiro

A new NYCLIX release just went live that should make it much easier to look for data on relevant patients.

-When you login, go straight to the “Patient in ED tab” which displays all the Sinai ED patients who have registered in the last 18 hours.

-You will notice on the right that there is a new column entitled “Data From Other Facilities”.  If you click on the top of this column it will sort by “Y” and “N”.

-Any patient with a “Y” has data available from outside Sinai.  This should allow you to quickly see if your patients have any data available through NYCLIX, and prevent you from looking just to find out that nothing is there.

-A good way to use NYCLIX now, other than targeted searching for data on a specific patient, is to login a couple of times per shift, sort on this column, and see if any of your active patients have data available.  You may find that you are able to cancel a CT scan or avoid an admission based on the data you find.

-If the “Patients in ED” screen doesn’t load for some reason, or says “No patients were found in department.” , just hit refresh and it should pop up.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

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Jason Shapiro

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June 30th, 2010 at 3:49 pm

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