Description: The article is about pcc login. This passage shows you how to login to PCC EHR. It also shows how to use the schedule screen. The author introduces some useful features that you can find in PCC EHR,you can use those features to make your work easier.
In this episode,I’ll show you how to log in and we’ll take a close look at the schedule and task queues and learn how to navigate in PCC EHR. First,I’ll double click on PCC EHR,you can launch PCC EHR from your laptop or desktop computer,you can connect from home or your remote office.
Today I’m pretending to be Dr. Mark,now I’m logged in to PCC EHR. I can see my schedule for today. There are all the patients coming in to see me with their appointment times and the visit reason. I always focus on today but I’ve got little arrows and a calendar button if I need to look at a different day.
I can find information about my patients on the left,I can see whether the patient is coming or not. The visit status column tells the practice with each appointment. I can see what room the patient is in. When someone brings the patient back to a room,they can update it on the schedule and everyone in the office can know where the patient is and what their status is.
At a glance,I can tell that I’m ready to see these two patients,they’re ready for the provider in exam rooms four and two for sick visits. I can double click on any patient to open their chart immediately. There are other great features on the scheduled screen,this task column tells me if there are orders created for a visit such as a screening or an immunization.
They are all completed,but there’s an order pending for this patient,I can click on that indicator to see a list of orders for that patient for today. We’ve got a rapid strep test,I could complete it,I can open the patient’s chart. The orders indicator in the tasks column is a powerful shortcut,nurses love it.
One other feature is these filters,they let me control what I see on my schedule. I’m playing doctor Mark Williams,but if I were a biller or a practice manager or a nurse covering orders for two or three different doctors,I can watch the schedule for as many clinicians as I want.
I could set the visit status filter so I will only see patients with the nurse. I can set my defaults for any of these filters and click save my defaults. Every time I log in,PCC EHR will show me my schedule in the way I like to look at for my workflow needs.
I spent a little extra time explaining these options because we’re going to see them in a minute. We have these tabs with numbers. I’ve been hanging out on the schedule tab,it shows 11 items in this case because there are 11 appointments on the schedule queue,those are the appointments that I’ve set for doctor Mark for today with my filters.
I can see the queue of appointments,I can see the queue of visit tasks prescription and tasks messaging. There are some other optional tabs that you might see.
We will talk about each of these tabs in other tutorial but I’ll introduce a couple of them now. Messages is where phone notes will show up. It will show you how nurses create a phone note in the patient’s chart. If it’s a call that doctor Mark needs to call back or do something about,the phone nurse would mark a task on that phone note and then it would show up on my messaging queue.
This number is like an email inbox number. My practice field messages are sent directly from the patient portal,when mom or dad sends us a note,that could appear too. If I review a lab test and I ask the front desk to call the parent and schedule a follow-up visit,PCC EHR will put that follow-up task on the messaging queue for the appropriate person.
I’ve got filters on all these queues. Each person in my practice sets up the messaging queue,it shows the messages that they need to do something about. I won’t have to see messages that don’t pertain to me this week.
I also want to show you the signing queue,it’ll show me visit chart notes that I need to finish in sign or cosign. The doctor needs to review and sign off on this queue when another care provider looks at a lab result or an x-ray,they can mark it as needing my attention.
It shows up on my signing queue. If I see a lab result,I can open the patient’s chart,I can also double click review the results and take various actions from there. That’s how a couple of these queues work. You can check these out by yourself,you will get to know about PCC EHR,we will cover each of them in more specific tutorials.
I want to talk about things that are on the screen all the time in PCC EHR. In the upper left corner,the PCC EHR button takes me back to the schedule and these queues. This view is handy. If I’ve a chart open and I want to get back to the schedule,I can click it.
The search field is important,that lets me find any patient’s chart instantly,it’s handy,I can type in a patient’s name or their phone numbers or their Birthdate,those are some customizable search methods.
PCC EHR finds the patient and I can double click to open their chart. If I click this little arrow,I will get the most recent charts that I had open. If I put a patient’s chart down for a second,I don’t have to search for it again,I can pick it from this list to open the chart again.
You can see these little counters at the bottom of the screen,these are always visible. I can be in the middle of charting or read my email,I can always see the number of patients with the ready provider status. The blue color is based on my settings,for example this visit status counter tells me how many patients are waiting for me,you can do some cool stuff with these counters,they can tell me if I’m running behind or how many patients are out for a lab.
The provider or nurse can use them to signal each other when they’re out of the room. We will cover some tips in a special tutorial about visiting status counters.
Finally,I am going to introduce the news button. This will light up blue when there’s a new announcement,you can use it to keep up to date on new PCC EHR features,educational opportunities,conferences or important announcements about PCC services.
You can click news to learn more. You can use the schedule tab to know where you’re going next,you can use that to keep an eye on patient status. The search field and status indicators are always on your screen in PCC EHR,you can click the PCC EHR logo to return to the schedule and task queues at any time from anywhere in PCC EHR.
If you’re getting started,you can set up your filters at the bottom of each queue and save your defaults. In that way,the schedule and the queues will be tailored to your everyday workflow. That’s all about logging in and getting around PCC EHRs schedule and task queues. If you’re working your way through the PCC EHR,we’ll show you how to open up a patient’s chart,how to know the chart sections and how they work in our next demonstration.