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Department of Veterans Affairs

Hospital based Infusion Center serving Inpt & Outpt Veterans

Infusion Centers allow for coordination of resources and efficient delivery of services while using a cost savings approach, saving approximately $1139.00 per day over having patients admitted for these same outpatient procedures. Patient and Employee satisfaction is higher, using less employee resources and time, also allowing the patient to return home the same day. When the focus of care is on quality and patient satisfaction,... more »

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Reducing Redundancy with Refills and Renewals

All outpatient prescriptions (new, partials, renewals, refills, etc.) are dispensed with Patient Medication Information (PMI). PMI is printed information about prescription medicine provided by pharmacy to patients and should be given with ALL NEW prescriptions. This does not include Medication Guides which are required to be dispensed with certain prescription medicines that have serious and significant public health... more »

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Urgent CT scan Vista display board

During a normal work day radiology request are flying off the printer to be done urgently or to be scheduled. If the ER or inpatient request needs to be done right away for CT scan, a lot of times it may be overlooked. The provider who placed the order must contact CT scan to get the scan done right away. For some reason we cannot split up the urgent scans from the routine scans to different printers. Also the idea was... more »

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SAVE PAPER/TIME BY ALLOWING VETERANS ACCESS TO MEDICAL RECORDS

I would like to propose that we allow the Veteran to have access to their own medical record electronically. Currently the Veterans' have to ask Release of Information to make copies for them which is very inefficient not to mention frustrating. Since the records are electronic it should be just a simple matter to allow the access via their home computers. With the appropriate security measures in place. Like they... more »

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