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Receiving eConsults directly into EMIS workflow
Please note, prior to receiving eConsults directly into EMIS workflow, you will need to provide us with your Mesh ID.
Finding your EMIS Mesh ID
Retrieving a Mesh ID within EMIS Web is a simple 3 step process.
Open EMIS Web, click on the 'EMIS Orb', 'Workflow' then 'Workflow Manager'.
Once you have clicked 'Workflow Manager' click the 'Config' icon shown in the header under 'Admin'.
Finally, click 'Mailboxes' and the MESH ID will show, in this example is is 'f123457hc'.
Please Note: Mailbox Type is DTS.
Navigating direct flow into EMIS Workflow
To configure this interop, refer to your ‘Document Management’ folder in EMIS workflow.
eConsults will arrive in ‘unmatched’ or ‘awaiting filing’.
eConsults are documented as ‘Clinical Document’ in ‘Document Type’.
To view an eConsult, select Clinical Document (as highlighted below) and click on ‘Document’,
When filing the eConsult to the patient record, we recommend you use the following:
Type = SNOMED code (eConsultation via online application)
Source = eConsult Health Ltd
Document title = template name (e.g Administrative help)
This allows you to easily identify the eConsult in the patient record as it has been coded.
Receiving eConsults to your practice's email inbox
Right-click on the attachment and select ‘Save target as’ to save the completed template in a folder on your computer.
Go to EMIS and press [F5] on your keyboard to find the patient.
Go to EMIS and press [F6] on your keyboard to go to consultation history. When in the consultations history, click on 'Add > Select Documents > Attach Documents'.
Find the eConsult and double click or click on open to code the document 9G6.
This will open the documents so that you can add a code.
Add eConsult (admin and clinical) to the appointment book
Dedicated appointment book for eConsults only. This could be set up so that there is shared responsibility amongst clinicians to process the eConsults in a timely manner.
eConsults can be added to a duty triage list to be processed in time order by a duty clinician.
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