[MCOH-EH] Significant exposure lab work
Hudson, T. Warner
TWHudson at mednet.ucla.edu
Tue Jan 17 08:21:04 PST 2017
We have Epic for personal health, SYSTOC for occupational health mostly used for WC care not surveillance and keep paper BBP records as we have for many years until we have built satisfactory BBP templates in SYSTOC. We only see UCLA personnel so have to keep the occ. health records separate from the personal health ones so do not use Epic for occ. health; except that labs, ED visits, and UCLA pharmacy meds do still show up in Epic and we have complex work - arounds for those; not ideal. Warner
T. Warner Hudson, MD FACOEM, FAAFP
Medical Director, Occupational and Employee Health
UCLA Health System and Campus
Pager 800.233.7231 ID 27132
E-mail twhudson at mednet.ucla.edu<mailto:twhudson at mednet.ucla.edu>
From: MCOH-EH [mailto:mcoh-eh-bounces at mylist.net] On Behalf Of Mora, Jennifer
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 8:15 AM
To: MCOH-EH at mylist.net
Subject: [MCOH-EH] Significant exposure lab work
There have been questions recently about what lab work should be done after a significant exposure, but I am looking for information on how you maintain those records. We currently use Epic for our occupational records. When a significant exposure occurs, the lab work is done on paper and the results come to employee/occupational health. For outside companies, our practice has been to scan the lab results into the epic record after all the results have come back. What do you do with the lab results? Do you keep a paper file for the exposed person? Do you scan them into the record?
Jennifer Mora MSN, RN
Business Health and Wellness Coordinator
900 Ridge Street
Stoughton, WI 53589
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