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Navigate Patient Allergies

Updated: 12/01/2021
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Navigate Allergies to review the patient's allergens, severity, and reactions. Allergies can be documented and managed from the allergies's page or within a clinical note.

Access Patient Allergies

  1. Enter the first 2–3 letters of the patient's name or date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy) in the top navigation bar search box.
  2. Click to select the patient from the auto-populated results. The patient's Facesheet page opens.
  3. Click Allergies. The Allergies page opens.
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Navigate Allergies

  1. Active Allergies: By default, the patient's active allergies displays. When necessary, click the tab to navigate back to active allergies.
  2. Inactive Allergies: Click to view the patient's deactivated or resolved allergies.
  3. Marked as Error: Click to view the patient's allergies marked as error. The tab is only accessible when an allergy has been marked as an error.
  4. + Allergy: Click to document an allergy and the severity.
  5. No known allergies: Click to select to indicate the patient has no known allergies or is not aware of any known allergies.
  6. No known medication allergies: Click to select to indicate the patient has no known medication allergies or is not aware of any known medication allergies.
  7. Allergies reconciliation: Click to select to document a reconciliation was performed. The provider's name with the date and time the last reconciliation was perform displays.
  8. Allergies: Displays the allergen, severity, reactions, date of onset, the last updated date, and the comments, when available. Click on a column header to sort the allergies in ascending or descending order.
    • To update the allergen, deactivate, or mark it as an error, click Edit.
    • When available, click Expand to view the audit trail for the allergen. To hide the details, click Collapse.
    • To view the audit for multiple allergens, click Expand All. To hide the details, click Collapse All.
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