Our goal during the Epic@UNC project is to create an information system across all UNC Health Care locations that has one patient ID, one problem list, one medication list, and one bill for each patient.
When fully implemented, Epic@UNC will provide a full financial, scheduling, clinical and patient portal
ISD has received multiple reports of scanned documents containing pages that are incorrectly rotated sideways or upside down when scanned with Fujitsu model scanners. This issue has been reported for both the Epic@UNC “Scan Results” and “Scan to Sovera” workflows. View the easiest way to fix this problem.
On Feb. 17, internal medicine and family practice providers and clinical staff will see new fields and decision support in Epic@UNC related to risk adjustment and Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs).
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This morning, a number of ambulatory providers reported receiving an error in Epic@UNC stating that “Outpatient orders cannot be released/placed for inpatients.” ISD has fixed the issue in Epic@UNC causing this error. However, to ensure ambulatory providers don’t see the error message moving forward, we recommend exiting and restarting your Epic@UNC session.