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Functionality is dependant on the version of Epic your clinic/hospital runs
There have been updates to the functionality, such as e-prescribing medications, but it is dependant on the version of Epic your organization is using. You need to be up on the 2010 version (currently the newest version) to have access to e-prescribing. The 2010 version also offers organizations a bit more flexability as far as what data displays in reports and some other minor enhancments. If you're itching to e-rx, go bug your IT dept and tell them to upgrade!! ;) Hope that helps
EMR Guy on Jan 30, 2012 for Epic Haiku
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Update needed
This app has been available now for well over a year, with no changes to functionality. Where is mobile prescribing? Where is ability to view scanned documents? Come on Epic, we know you can add these things.
Pig sma$her on Oct 12, 2011 for Epic Haiku
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Useful
But: the auto logout time needs to be increased by at least 2 minutes.
Oconnomo on Jul 7, 2011 for Epic Haiku
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MD
Very tedious to use & automatically disconnects while trying to access certain lab values - INR. I would not use it if I had an alternative way to get into EPIC in my hospital. Sure glad it's free cuz that's all it's worth.
Rick9651 on Jun 1, 2011 for Epic Haiku
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Pretty Nice Feature
As someone who is currently setting this up, I believe that this App is a nice feature for Physicians. Should they be constantly away from a computer, this is simply an alternative to view data that they would need to access Epic over. I believe that this will improve patient care as well as enhance the needs. Good job, Epic.
jsknauer on Apr 29, 2010 for Epic Haiku
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A great start to the mobile practice of medicine
I'm sitting at the live demo of the product at the Epic Physician's Advisory Council meeting. The iPhone version runs on the iPad as well, but it looks like an iPad version is currently in development. Here are the Pro's & Con's of Haiku's iPhone version. Pros: can view the inpatient & the outpatient chart can view your outpatient schedule can view your inpatient lists can launch view of each patient's chart can "done" results & Rx Requests from your inbox can order outpatient meds on your phone Cons: most of what you can do is only VIEW the chart ordering options are limited can't order any other orders except for outpatient prescriptions can't write any result notes can't view other types of items from your inbox (only can see results & Rx Requests) Summary: It's a very slimmed down version of your desktop Epic. Useful if you are paged when you are on-call. Hopefully the newer versions (or at least the iPad version) will have more data inputing functionality.
beingme2 on Apr 28, 2010 for Epic Haiku
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