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Care Plan Enrollment

Version 14.19

Once you have made your Care Plans active, if they are not set to Auto-enroll your patients, a pop-up box is displayed to enroll them once they have met the Triggers associated with their Care Plan. This section describes how to enroll your patients into their respective Care Plans. 

Office Practicum will prompt the user to make a decision about enrollment as soon as the Triggers are met. This could be upon opening the Patient Chart, or within a patient's visit while documenting. While you can choose to not review the Care Plan enrollments initially, until you dis-enroll the patient, Office Practicum will continue to prompt for enrollment.

Enrollments and Disenrollments

Office Practicum prompts you to review enrollments for a patient if they qualify or no longer qualify for a Care Plan.

When a patient qualifies for a Care Plan:

  1. Select the Patient from the patient chart. A Confirmation box is displayed to prompt you to review enrollments. 

  1. Click the Yes button to review enrollments. The Customize Patient Care Plan window is displayed with the Available Care Plans tab open.

  1. Click the Enroll button. If you do not want to enroll the patient click the Disenroll button.The newly enrolled care plan is displayed in the Current Care Plans tab.
  2. Click the Done button to close the window. 

When a patient no longer qualifies for a Care Plan:

  1. Select the Patient from the patient chart.  A Confirmation box is displayed to prompt you to review enrollments. 

  1. Click the Yes button to review enrollments.
  2. Click the Current Care Plans tab. The care plan that the patient no longer qualifies for will have the Qual? box highlighted in red.

  1. Select the Disenrolled radio button in the Status column 
  2. Click the Done button to close the window. 
Version 14.10

Once you have made your Care Plans active, if they are not set to Auto-enroll your patients, you will receive a popup to enroll them once they have met the Triggers associated with their Care Plan. This section describes how to enroll your patients into their respective Care Plans. 

Office Practicum will prompt the user to make a decision about enrollment as soon as the Triggers are met. This could be upon opening the Patient Chart, or within a patient's visit while documenting. While you can choose to not review the Care Plan enrollments initially, until you dis-enroll the patient, Office Practicum will continue to prompt for enrollment.

Enrollments

Office Practicum prompts you to review enrollments for a patient if they qualify or no longer qualify for a Care Plan.

When a patient qualifies for a Care Plan:

From the Chart or Visit Office Practicum a Confirmation box is displayed.

  1. Click the Yes button to review enrollments.
  2. Click the Enroll button to enroll the patient. If you do not want to enroll the patient click the Disenroll button.

  1. After the patient is enrolled, the Care Plan moves to the Current Care Plans tab. Click the Done button to close the window.

When a patient no longer qualifies for a Care Plan:

  1. From the Chart or Visit Office Practicum there is a Confirmation pop-up box to review enrollments. The Care Plan that the patient no longer qualifies for will have the Qual? box highlighted in red.

  1. Click the Yes button to review enrollmentsx
  2. Select the Disenrolled radio button.

  1. Click the Done button.

To view available Care Plans, click the Available Care Planstab.

Here you can see what Care Plans a patient qualifies for and enroll the patient and/or enroll them in another Care Plan.