What You Need to Know
- HealthONE Town Hall: Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 9 at 4:30 in Massey Auditorium, the HealthONE team will host an open-house town hall for all UConn Health staff. If you have questions or would like a general update on the status of the go-live, then be sure to stop by the town hall.
- Provider Drop-In Personalization Labs: The HealthONE team has added additional personalization labs for providers. Labs will be held on May 9 & 10 from 7 am to 6 pm each day in the Main Building, 5th floor, room L5079.
- Best Practice Advisories (BPA): When receiving Best Practice Advisories, please do not just click the “Dismiss” button without reading the BPA and selecting the appropriate response.Best Practice Advisories appear because there are important warnings and recommendations that are being activated for patient safety. It is important to read them and act appropriately.
Provider Go-Live Updates
W-10 Provider Certification
A W-10 is required if a patient is going to a post-acute care facility or to receive home health services on discharge.
The purpose of the ‘W-10 Provider Certification’ section of the ‘Discharge: Post-Acute Care Facility or Home Health’ order set is to certify services that the case manager has arranged for patients with post-acute care facilities or home care providers. This information will automatically populate on the W-10.
You must utilize the Discharge Navigator: Post-Acute Care Facility or Home Health order set that is assessed via the ‘Discharge Orders’ section of the ‘Discharge’ navigator to certify services.
HealthONE Success Stories
Report from a Nursing Manager:
As an OR nurse, I love blood. With HealthOne, ordering blood is fast and easy! No more filling out lab slips, faxing and hoping that the fax made it to the blood bank. This is a huge improvement over our legacy system.
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Through our first week, Care Everywhere data were populated in 76% of inpatient records.