Mar 12, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
|Where||All Epic@UNC Go-Live #1 and #2 locations|
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Post-test update: If you could not log in during the load test, complete this form and a member of the Security Team will follow-up with you.
Print/post/share this PDF to encourage everyone who has completed Epic@UNC Training to participate in this load test.
Note the following:
- Physicians should not complete any personalization on Wednesday, March 12. We will make a copy of Epic@UNC on March 11 and revert to that copy on March 13.
- Your log in credentials will be enabled in Epic@UNC at noon on March 12 and will be disabled at 1 p.m. March 12.
- During this load test you will have access to the real Epic@UNC and real patient information. Follow all HIPPAA rules and only access patient records that fall within your normal permissions.
- Everyone logging in between noon and 1 p.m. is entered to win one of five $25 gift cards.
How to log in to Epic@UNC:
- Click the Epic@UNC icon on the desktop of your PC. If you do not have the Epic@UNC icon on the desktop, skip to step 3 below.
- Log in using your UNC Health Care username and password. If you do not know your account credentials or cannot log in, complete this form.
- Visit Citrix at https://csg.unch.unc.edu and log in using your UNC Health Care username and password. If you do not know your account credentials or cannot log in, complete this form.
- Select the Epic@UNC folder and select the Epic@UNC icon.
- Log in using your UNC Health Care user name and password.
What to do when you log into Epic@UNC:
- Log in to the department that you will log into at Go-Live. (Check with manager/Super User if unsure.)
- Depending on your role, do the following:
- Clinician (including nurses, pharmacy, therapies, surgery, radiology) – open any patient that you have a clinical relationship with using Patient Lookup or Patient Station.
- Biller – open a work queue
- Scheduler – open your schedule for April 6
- Registration/pre-arrival – open a registration record that you opened in existing system this week.
- HIM staff – open a patient’s chart