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Clinical IT nurse 09

Clinical IT nurse 09

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    We are probably going with CPSI

    Sorry, did not realize about not posting email addresses. If anyone would like to send me a private message for more information you are more than welcome to do that. As for CPSI, we all like it. Nobody likes change of course, especially nurses. But, I think that CPSI is very easy to use, and user friendly. It is easy to adapt to, and pretty easy to understand even for those who aren't that computer savvy. I have used several systems, including Meditech, and find that CPSI is one of the easiest to use.
  2. Clinical IT nurse 09

    We are probably going with CPSI

    I am a current user of CPSI, and would be happy to consult on setting up flowcharts, E-forms, CPOE, pharmacy, or any ancillary department set up that you may need help with. I am our current Clinical IT person, and we have succesfully implemented all of the above, and have maintained CPOE for over 2 years now. If you would like to contact me, you may email me at
  3. Clinical IT nurse 09

    Need Feedback on CPSI and MedVerify

    Oh my. I know this is a really old post. Just wondering if there are any new opinions on the CPSI usage? I work at a hospital in Missouri that uses CPSI. Any new opinions or new information to offer? Any other hospitals using CPOE from CPSI?
  4. Clinical IT nurse 09

    Changing states...how do I get a license

    I currently have a Missouri RN license. If we move to Iowa, what do I need to do to get it switched to an Iowa license? What if I want to keep my license in Missouri as well?
  5. Clinical IT nurse 09

    CPOE in the ED

    Hello. We currently use CPOE on our inpatient side in the hospital I am employed at. We have moved towards using it in the ED also, but several of the physicians are claiming it is slowing them down too much for an ED setting. They are now requesting to have a "scribe" for them in the ED, which they say is to be a nurse that will put in all their orders for them. Just wondering if anyone else out there is using this method. If so, do you put them all in as verbal orders and let the physician sign them later? If not, how do the orders get put in electronically? Any insight would be very much appreciated. thank you **I also posted this on the Nursing informatics page**
  6. Hello. We currently use CPOE on our inpatient side in the hospital I am employed at. We have moved towards using it in the ED also, but several of the physicians are claiming it is slowing them down too much for an ED setting. They are now requesting to have a "scribe" for them in the ED, which they say is to be a nurse that will put in all their orders for them. Just wondering if anyone else out there is using this method. If so, do you put them all in as verbal orders and let the physician sign them later? If not, how do the orders get put in electronically? Any insight would be very much appreciated. thank you.
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