EHR Barcode Reader Add-On Application
EHR Barcode Reader is an application that streamlines the collection of vaccines and medications. Utilizing 2D barcode reader technology, this application instantly collects med or vaccine data and populates key fields in your EHR including NDC, lot and expiration date. EHR Barcode Reader improves your med and vaccine workflow, while freeing up your clinical staff to focus on your value-based care goal
This application captures vaccine and med admin data from the vaccine 2D barcode and immediately populates key fields including National Drug Code (NDC), lot and expiration date. It reduces documentation errors and improves vaccine workflow.
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) mandates the documentation of vaccine product identification and lot number across healthcare. However, manual entry of this vital information is often incorrect or incomplete. These oversights pose a safety hazard and thus compromise your value-based care goals. Fortunately, vaccine vials now have 2D barcodes containing all of the information needed for documentation. The EHR Barcode Reader is a simple, yet powerful application that helps your organization with system interoperability, efficiency, and data accuracy.
EHR Barcode Reader Helps with Interoperability, Efficiency, and Accuracy
The EHR Barcode Reader does more than collect data. It allows you to create customized default fields such as Immunizations, Registry Fields, Dose, Units, Series, and more. Users can group multiple immunization orders into a single click, eliminating repetitive tasks within your med and vaccine workflow. Inside the application, an Immunization Details Screen houses all essential data with the option to place additional details on a as-needed basis before it is saved and places the order within your EHR. The Med Admin Details Screen displays documentation about the medication that was ordered, with fields populated by the data collected through EHR Barcode Reader. This application simplifies your workflow, while collecting and storing data from across different systems.