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
Today, patients who have ophthalmology tests at a UNC Health Care facility receive a blank ‘test result’ message through My UNC Chart to confirm that the test is complete. Effective Tuesday, April 25, patients will no longer see these ophthalmology test results in My UNC Chart.
Providers, did you know that there is a Clinical Decision Support (CDS) dashboard component in Epic@UNC with links to patient care references applicable across several different specialties?
The Epic@UNC Downtime Forms archive is moving on Monday, April 17. Please update any bookmarks you have that link directly to Epic@UNC Downtime Forms. The Downtime Forms are still available from each entity's Intranet home page.
Due to the large number of influenza cases we continue to see across UNC Health Care, the flu Best Practice Advisory (BPA) in Epic@UNC will remain active for both inpatient and outpatient users through April 30, 2017. Please continue to screen patients for influenza and document appropriately.
Go-Live #6, which includes an upgrade to Epic's 2017 software and a number of features to improve the experience of our patients, providers and staff, is scheduled for July 22, 2017, at all locations using Epic@UNC.
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