Lifetime Clinical Record (LCR) Guide

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-11-01
  • Publisher: Lightning Source Inc

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Lifetime Clinical Record (LCR) Guide is a simple guide to assist users in understanding the capabilities of the clinical computer application: Lifetime Clinical Record. The guide provides information covering basic issues such as confidentiality, signing on and off LCR, password guidelines, and all aspects of viewing and printing patient data. In addition, information is provided on how to best use a careprovider utility Micromedex which provides excellent information on toxicology, medications, and diseases commonly seen in healthcare institutions. The guide is designed to provide ample space for the user to make notes supplementing the information provided. Multiple screen shots are used to provide an excellent visual tool to assist careproviders in using the guide. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Andrew W. Steele, M.D., M.P.H. is an Internist with a practice at Denver Health in Denver, Colorado. He is currently Director of Medical Informatics at Denver Health and has an appointment as Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He is certified in Internal Medicine and Public Health/General Preventive Medicine. He received his B.A from Stanford University, his M.D. from Yale University, and his M.P.H. from the Harvard School of Public Health. He has completed post-graduate training in Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Lifetime Clinical Recordp. 6
The Basicsp. 8
Introductionp. 10
Confidentialityp. 10
Audit Trailp. 12
Signing on to LCRp. 12
Signing off of LCRp. 14
Password Guidelinesp. 16
Helpful Hintsp. 18
Using the Function Keysp. 20
Viewing Patient Datap. 22
The Careprovider's Viewp. 24
Finding a Patient Via the DH Medical Record Numberp. 26
Finding a Patient Via Patient Namep. 26
Finding a DHMC Inpatient by Namep. 30
Finding a Patient by Nurse Stationp. 30
Finding a Patient Using the Provider Personal Listp. 32
Finding results for a Patient with an Outpatient Appointment in Resource Schedulingp. 36
Types of Patient Data/ LCR Patient Menup. 40
Radiologyp. 40
Demographic Informationp. 44
Visit Historyp. 46
Diagnosis and Proceduresp. 50
Laboratory Results [Future Function]p. 52
Transcriptions [Future Function]p. 52
LCR Print Optionsp. 54
Print Optionp. 54
Rounds Report [Future Function]p. 54
Careprovider Utilitiesp. 56
Micromedexp. 58
Toxicology Informationp. 60
Drug Informationp. 60
Disease and Trauma Information for Acute Carep. 62
User Informationp. 64
Utilitiesp. 64
Micromedex Print Options [Future Function]p. 64
Resource Schedulingp. 66
Frequently Asked Questionsp. 68
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