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Workaround: Using Quick Entry to Delete Vaccines

Workaround: Using Quick Entry to Delete Vaccines

As mentioned on the Known Issues page, deleting a vaccine through Enter Immunization does not update the Vaccine Inventory. This issue will be resolved in a future build of OP software.

Summary 

When the end user deletes an administered vaccine from the Patient Chart using the steps below, OP software does not update the Vaccine Inventory.

Procedures to delete an administered vaccine from a Patient Chart that do not update the Vaccine Inventory:

  1. Open the Patient Chart.
  2. Select the patient.
  3. Click on the Immunizations tab.
  4. Click the Enter Immunization button and enter the immunization.
  5. In the Immunization Order Management window, click the Edit/Delete tab.
  6. Select the Check to Allow Edit checkbox.
  7. Highlight the vaccine in the data grid.
  8. Click the Delete button (red minus sign).

OP Versions Affected 

This issue and the workaround detailed below apply to the following versions of OP software:

  • 14.10.4
  • 14.10.6
  • 14.10.8
  • 14.10.9
  • 14.10.10

Workaround

Until this issue addressed, OP recommends that end users use Quick Entry within the selected patient’s chart to delete vaccines. This process updates the Vaccine Inventory. 

Procedures to delete an administered vaccine from the selected patient's chart that successfully updates the Vaccine Inventory:

  1. Open the Patient Chart.
  2. Select the patient.
  3. Click the Immunizations tab.
  4. Click the Quick Entry button.
  5. Highlight the vaccine in the data grid.
  6. Click the Delete button (red minus sign).