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Providers: SlicerDicer self-service reporting tools now available in Epic@UNC

To help make data in Epic@UNC more useful for providers, a new self-service reporting tool called 'SlicerDicer' is now available that offers providers intuitive and customizable options to explore data, spot trends and search for patients who meet specified criteria. View details at this Intranet link.

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Updated RTE Response for Patients with Medicare and a Secondary Payor Begins April 9

On April 9 Epic@UNC will indicate Medicare’s filing order on both the Interactive Face Sheet and in the RTE response history. Please view the RTE Response: Medicare Secondary to Payor tip sheet for examples of this feature. Please note that the Medicare Secondary Payor Questionnaire must still be completed when prompted.

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Tip Sheet: How to help veterans opt-in to sharing their VA patient records

Many veterans receive care at UNC Health Care. Though we have an information exchange already in place with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the VA cannot share health information unless a veteran-signed authorization form (VA Form 10-0484) is on file with the VA. View the steps to help a veteran complete form 10-0484 in this Tip Sheet.​​

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Planned Sovera downtime Wednesday, April 25

​​​There is a planned downtime scheduled to upgrade the Sovera application from 7 - 10 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25. Please plan to use downtime procedures for all of the following impacted Sovera modules as detailed at this Intranet link.

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UNC Health Care achieves highest recognition in health analytics

UNC Health Care has achieved Stage 7 designation – the highest rank possible – as tracked by the Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM) from HIMSS Analytics, a global healthcare research advisory firm. Stage 7 recognizes “personalized medicine & prescriptive analytics,” and UNC Health Care is one of only two organizations in the world that have reached Stage 7 on the AMAM.

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Epic@UNC enhancements have arrived

The updates listed at this Intranet link were implemented in Epic@UNC on Wednesday, Oct. 18 to improve improve the workflows related to analytics, ASAP (emergency department), Cadence (scheduling and registration), ClinDoc (inpatient), Cupid (cardiology), Radiant (Radiology), Optime (Surgery), and Research.

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Epic@UNC Downtime Forms archive is moving – Update any bookmarks you use

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.

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Daylight Saving Time Change and impact on equipment/documentation

The time will 'spring forward' from 1:59 to 3 a.m. on Sunday, March 12. Review these details to avoid any issues with equipment and Epic@UNC documentation. And remember that there is a planned Epic@UNC downtime scheduled from 1:30 a.m. - 4 a.m. on Sunday, March 12.

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New process to request an Epic@UNC Report

If needed, you can now request a new Epic@UNC report using the 'ISD Optimization Request' form in ISD Self-Service. But, did you know that there are more than 7,000 reports already available? Review the available reports, and steps needed to request a new report, at this Intranet link.

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Introducing the New Care Access Dashboard

A new Care Access Dashboard is now available via Epic@UNC to all clinic managers, providers and scheduling staff. As of Dec. 31, the original (Huron) Care Access Dashboard is no longer available.

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Introducing the Patient Progression Dashboard

The Epic@UNC Reporting & Analytics Team, in partnership with the Carolina Value Clinical Operations Solution Group, is pleased to announce the launch of a Patient Progression Dashboard available via Epic@UNC!

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Overview of Epic@UNC names and terms

Do you have trouble keeping up with the difference between Cadence, Cupid, Cogito, and Kaleidoscope? The many different names associated with Epic@UNC’s modules and apps can be confusing. Please review the list and brief description of Epic products as of September 2016 at this Intranet link to help you learn the difference.

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Introducing the Practice Management Dashboard

The Epic@UNC Reporting & Analytics Team, in partnership with the Carolina Value Physician Services Solution Group, is pleased to announce the launch of a Practice Management Dashboard available via Epic@UNC! This dashboard is an extension of the Provider Dashboard that launched in June 2016.

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Reporting and Analytics drop-in sessions

The Reporting and Analytics team will be hosting drop-in sessions for all users at High Point Regional, Johnston Health, Caldwell Memorial, and Pardee Hospital who have questions about running a report or how reports work in Epic@UNC.

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Introducing the Carolina Value Provider Dashboard

The Epic@UNC Reporting & Analytics Team, in partnership with the Carolina Value Physician Services Solution Group, is pleased to announce the launch of a Carolina Value Provider Dashboard available via Epic@UNC! This dashboard, featuring 20 standardized metrics, was developed based on feedback gathered from providers.

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Inpatient Census Reports updated with 'Out of Service' column

On Monday, May 23, an additional “Out of Service” (OS) column will be added to the census reports for each UNC Health Care hospital using Epic@UNC to to display the count of beds flagged as “Out of service” at midnight. View a screenshot and links to all census reports.

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New guides detail widely-used Epic@UNC reports by role

The Epic@UNC Reporting team has added a new resource to its learning library - you can now access guides that detail the most widely-used reports for many specialties.

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