Objective: CPOE

Version 14.19

Entering Medications in the Patient Chart using CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry)

  • >60% of Medication Orders during the reporting period:
  • Medication Recorded as one of the following:
  • Med to Dispense, or
  • Med Office Sample, or
  • Med Administered, or
  • Med Office Vended

Entering Lab Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Labs Ordered during the reporting period
  • Labs orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator
  • Screening tests and Procedures do not count


Exclusion: Less than 100 lab orders during the reporting period

Entering Radiology Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Radiology Orders during the reporting period
  • Radiology orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator


Exclusion: Less than 100 radiology orders written during the reporting period.

Version 14.10

Entering Medications in the Patient Chart using CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry)

  • >60% of Medication Orders during the reporting period:
  • Medication Recorded as one of the following:
  • Med to Dispense, or
  • Med Office Sample, or
  • Med Administered, or
  • Med Office Vended

Entering Lab Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Labs Ordered during the reporting period
  • Labs orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator
  • Screening tests and Procedures do not count


Exclusion: Less than 100 lab orders during the reporting period

Entering Radiology Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Radiology Orders during the reporting period
  • Radiology orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator


Exclusion: Less than 100 radiology orders written during the reporting period.