Accuro - An Introduction

This course is about finding your way around Accuro EMR.

A few notes:

 

Accuro Overview

Layout Overview

 

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Please answer the following statements.

  • The icons which are available to me are dependent upon my role.
  • Access to eChart Manitoba is through the Accuro icon in the bottom left-hand corner.
  • Accuro offers a number of shortcuts, such as F-keys or shortcut icons that can be set up.

Which icon do you click in order to document a patient's exam?

Which of these icons do you click in order to view a patient's address?

Which icon do you click in order to review a patient's appointment?

What are the shortcut F-keys?

  • F1
    Clear current patient and start a patient search
  • F3
    Bring up the patient's Virtual Chart
  • F7
    Open the Tasks window for a patient

Patient Component

Patient Component Overview

 

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Please answer the following statements

  • You can search by a patient's last name, first name, PHIN, MRN and birthdate as well as their SIN.
  • Global messages are seen by all users but they are only to be used by infection control in order to indicate if a patient is MRSA positive.
  • The MRN is listed in the File Number field in the Patient Demographics tab of the Patients Component.

In Accuro, the PHIN and MRN are shown in generically labelled fields. Indicate what the fields are labelled first in the search area and then in the Demographics tab.

In the Patient component the area above the tabs is the search area. PHIN and MRN are the best and most efficient way to search for a patient. They're also very important identifiers to confirm when confirming a patient's identity, so it's good to know where to find them quickly.

Click on the screenshot below for a refresher on which fields display the MRN and the PHIN.

  • PHIN (search area)
    Health #
  • MRN (search area)
    Identifier
  • PHIN (Demographics tab)
    PHIN
  • MRN (Demographics tab)
    File Number

Which tab shows the next of kin?

In the below image, the tabs of the Patient Component that are used at the HSC are highlighted. Click on the Information icon.

Indicate on the image below which tab you would click in order to see the patient's next of kin.

Patient information sharing between Accuro EMR / ADT EPR

, which is linked to Provincial Client Registry, transfers patient information such as demographics, contact information, legal next of kin, etc. to ; however does not update or .

Scheduler Component

Scheduler Overview

 

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Please answer the following statements

  • "No Matching Days" means no providers are set for the Scheduler view.
  • There's a single day mode showing one or more provider's schedule and a multi-day mode showing more than one day for one provider.
  • Double-booking should only be done with the approval of the provider.
  • Coloured fields in the schedule indicate scheduled appointments.

EMR Component

EMR Overview

 

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Please answer the following statements

  • The Day Sheet shows the patients who have an appointment scheduled today.
  • The Encounter Notes screen shows the patient's current and past appointments, their clinical notes, labs and their history of a number of things: for example diagnoses, medications, allergies.
  • Clinical notes are equivalent to paper progress notes and are found in the main area of the Encounter Notes screen.
  • The Virtual Chart shows all of the patient's documents, lab results, tasks, encounter notes, etc. It is equivalent to the paper chart.
  • You can print a medication summary from the Medications tab.

Identify the following areas on the Encounter Notes tab.

  • Appointment History
  • Labs
  • Medical Bands
  • Current Patient
  • Encounter Notes

History Viewer

History Viewer Overview

If you need to look up clinical documentation for a patient, please

  1. Request access to the History Viewer email HIS Support. (TBD)
  2. Read this document to familiarize yourself with the search functions and navigation of the History Viewer. Please note that this document is saved on SharePoint, so you may need to log in after clicking on this link. Also, depending on your browser settings, it might open in a new tab, in a new window, or right here if you just click on it. If you right-click on it and choose "Open in New Tab" it's easiest to close that tab to return back here.

Activating your Accuro EMR Account

How to Gain Access to Accuro

When you have completed the course, please follow either set of instructions, whichever applies to your situation.

You have "View Only" access

In order to review clinical documentation on a patient who has been seen in an Accuro-run outpatient clinic, this is all the training you need to complete. If this is the case, please click here to email the course administrator on completion so that HIS can release your login.


You work in an Accuro-run clinic

This course is the foundation to the classes. If this is the case, please register for the appropriate Accuro class according to your role (provider or clerical). After submitting this course, go back to the LMS and sign up for any of the classes that are offered for Accuro at HSC. Which class you need to sign up for depends on your role and the clinic you work in.

Please consult this overview if you need assistance in deciding which course is the right course for you. Please note, the link opens in SharePoint in a different window. You might need to log in with your network ID.


If you have any questions or need assistance, please click here to email the course administrator.

Course Help

  • Do not use the browser's back button; it takes you to the website you visited before this one; it does not go back a page within the course.
  • To navigate between lessons, use the menu on the left hand side. If it's hidden, the icon for it is a square with three horizontal lines in it.
  • You can click through questions without submitting answers, but you must click the submit button for a question to be counted as completed.
  • Every browser works a little differently depending on the settings and if there are any plug-ins, etc. It is impossible to predict and accommodate every browser setup installed at HSC. Please refer to the Course Help and Next Steps section at any time if you need assistance.
  • Don't forget to SUBMIT YOUR COURSE at the end. Sometimes people just close the window but that doesn't submit your results and then it looks like you are still in the middle of your course. We want you to get credit for it.