We are currently updating the OP Help Center content for the release of OP 14.19 or "OP 19". OP 19 is a member of the certified OP 14 family of products (official version is 14.19.1), which you may see in your software (such as in Help > About) and in the Help Center tabs labeled 14.19. You may also notice that the version number in content and videos may not match the version of your software, and some procedural content may not match the workflow in your software. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we make these enhancements.

Diagnostic Test Name Information

Version 14.19

About Diagnostic Test Name Information

Path: Clinical tab > More button (Customize group) > Diagnostic Tests > + button

Labs, screens, imaging, and procedures that are performed in house or sent out are all managed in OP through Diagnostic Test Set up.  The Diagnostic Test Name Information window is used to link existing results to an existing test/lab, and add new in-house tests and results.

Diagnostics are divided into four categories:

 Warning: If a category is not assigned to your test or procedure, then the diagnostic test will be listed in the Lab category.



Meaningful use Measures:If your practice is reporting for Meaningful Use (MU), it is important to be sure to categorize the diagnostic tests and procedures appropriately so that your measures calculated are accurate.
  • Labs and Imaging will count toward MU
  • Screens and Procedures will not count toward MU

Diagnostic Test Name Information Map

Number
Section
Description

1

Basic Definition Tab
The Basic Definition tab provides an overview for the test including laboratory, name, purpose, category,  LOINC, Test ID, CPT Code, default DX code, result type, default result value(s), etc.

2

Results Template
The Results Template sets the desired results for the test/lab.

3

Function buttons
The function buttons add a test, edit a test, save a created or edited test, cancel a created or edited test, or refresh the test data.

4

Add and Delete buttons
The Add and Delete buttons add or delete alerts for the test.  If an alert is added, a message will appear when the test is ordered. This is an alert and will not print on the order.
Version 14.10

About Diagnostic Test Name Information

Path: Utilities Menu > Manage Clinical Features > Diagnostic Test Setup > + button (Keyboard Shortcut keys: [Alt][U][F][D])

Labs, screens, imaging, and procedures that are performed in house or sent out are all managed in OP through Diagnostic Test Set up.  The Diagnostic Test Name Information window is used to link existing results to an existing test/lab, and add new in-house tests and results.

Diagnostics are divided into four categories:

 Warning: If a category is not assigned to your test or procedure, then the diagnostic test will be listed in the Lab category.



Meaningful use Measures:If your practice is reporting for Meaningful Use (MU), it is important to be sure to categorize the diagnostic tests and procedures appropriately so that your measures calculated are accurate.
  • Labs and Imaging will count toward MU
  • Screens and Procedures will not count toward MU

Diagnostic Test Name Information Map

Number
Section
Description

1

Basic Definition Tab
The Basic Definition tab provides an overview for the test including laboratory, name, purpose, category,  LOINC, Test ID, CPT Code, default DX code, result type, default result value(s), etc.

2

Results Template
The Results Template sets the desired results for the test/lab.

3

Function buttons
The function buttons add a test, edit a test, save a created or edited test, cancel a created or edited test, or refresh the test data.

4

Add and Delete buttons
The Add and Delete buttons add or delete alerts for the test.  If an alert is added, a message will appear when the test is ordered. This is an alert and will not print on the order.