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There are a number of workflow option available to organisations using MMEx. These can be configured in the Organisation Centre.
You may elect to allow Administration directly from Scripts or to utilise the complete Script > Dispense > Supply > Administer workflow. These options can be set by your Organisation Administrator using the Allow Administration from script setting
Your workflow can be set to utilise the VTO feature for a range of steps in the prescribe/dispense/supply/administer workflow. These options can be set by your Organisation Administrator using the
You may select the prescription types that are visible to your users - choosing from:
You may select what identifiers are required at particular stages of the dispense, supply and administer workflow. You may choose from:
Options may also be marked as mandatory fields or as requiring validation before they will be accepted.
To set a medication PIN you need to open your profile settings.
Your user profile will open. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the “Enable PIN Entry” button.
This will open a pop up box where you will need to verify your password.
You can then enter a 4 digit PIN number and click on the “Submit Changes” button.
With Organisation settings configured to require medications to be confirmed, and for that confirmation to be validated with a PIN, Prescriber ID or RAN ID (org settings), you may be asked (this is role dependent) to have another user confirm your Medication action.
This is an optional workflow that some organisations may utilise when supervising student doctors.
In the User permissions, the Organisation Administrator may assign Schedule 8 prescribing permission to senior clinicians and schedule 4-7 prescribing permission to junior doctors or interns. This will place a requirement on the junior doctor/intern to have a senior doctor confirm (or “approve”) the Schedule 8 prescription before it can be finalised or printed.
A Clinician with the Schedule 8 permission must be selected as the Confirmed By user and then enter their Medication PIN in the relevant field.
The prescription is completed as per usual processes.
Go to patient search and chose your patient. Click the medications tab and chose the medication to be administered. Right click the drug and chose dispense. Go in to dispense a medication as you normally would. You will notice the configuration for where you normally double check is different.
The name of the user dispensing the medication’s name will auto-populate into the “Dispensed By” box. You will need to search the name of the user who is double checking the medication by clicking on the “Magnifying Glass” icon to the right of the “ Confirmed By” field. Once you have selected the user you will need them to enter their PIN number into confirm it is them.
If you are then going to “Administer” the medication from this screen, you will also need to search for the user who is double checking it with you and get them to enter their PIN.
Go into “Administer” a medication.
The name of the user administering the medication will auto-populate into the Person Who Administered box. You will need to search the name of the user who is double checking the medication by clicking on the “Magnifying Glass” icon. Once you have selected the user you will need them to enter their PIN into confirm it is them.