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SBGR MedTrak

SBGR ALH 150 MEDTRAK Wk 1 (2012 EK)

Clinical workflow systems Process of lowering the cost and increasing the quality of medical care by increasing the efficiency of the healthcare facility
Evidence-based Taking steps towards productive clinical workflow systems that are proven to work and increase efficiency
Medical processes a process that is broken down into detailed steps needed for completion
Presenting problems Chief complaint; why the patient is being seen
Rules-based Responsibilities, skills and medical knowledge to separate the medicine disciplines
Specialized dashboards Designed to model clinical workflow
Logoff closing the program or account so that in order to log back on your personal username and password are required
Logon using a combination of username and password to access personal information on an online account, website, or program
Password personal security measure used on computer programs, websites or online accounts
User person who owns the user name and password and uses them to access information
Username personal identifier used on computer program, website or online account to logon or identify a user
Web-based something on an online account
Database a compilation of data files compiled and organized electronically
Outcomes results of the patient's treatment plan
Patient person who is being seen in the clinical setting
Provider person or facility providing healthcare to the patient
Registration when a patient signs in a physician’s office
Sequence a certain order, as in doing things in chronological order
Common elements buttons and commands commonly used
Entering commands the process of typing in letter-coded commands for the program to follow
Function keys ‘F’ keys that act as command shortcuts used to navigate through a program
Selection Box box next to the patient and company names when clicked the system will choose that particular person, place or company
Text size pertaining to the size of the font on the screen
User guide basic program information in an easy to read format used to navigate a program
Financial classes a way to classify and organize based on payers
Financial viability a way to track financial information by the individual payers and financial classes
Guarantor person or party responsible for payment of medical bills usually for the benefit of a minor patient
Mix of patients describes the combination of walk-in and scheduled patients seen in an office
Patient responsibility the portion of the bill that will be the patient or the guarantor of the patient’s responsibility
Payer insurance company billed for the medical care of a patient
Primary payer first insurance to be billed
Quaternary payer fourth insurance to be billed
Secondary payer second insurance to be billed
Self pay describes a bill where the entire amount is patient responsibility. No insurance.
Subscriber the patient or the employee that holds the insurance
Tertiary payer third insurance to be billed
Appointment note extra information added to a chart by nurses for the physician to read and take into consideration when treating the patient
Authorization number code needed to okay certain procedures and data entry usually seen with an HMO plan
Block out time setting aside time in the schedule that day for certain tasks such as meetings or lunch
Calendar icon picture of a calendar that when clicked displays the month. It is used to select what day to schedule the patient to be seen.
Division level defined by departments within the clinic. (Injuries/physical, rehab services, orthopedics, etc.)
Established patient a patient that has been seen in the office within the past three years
Location schedule option to choose which medical facility or doctor you will be scheduling the patient for
Location level level used to define a physical location, such as a clinic name
Location structure three-tiered MedTrak scheduler
New patient a patient that is new to the practice or has not been seen in the past three years
Occupational medicine employer is usually responsible for payment either through their worker’s compensation insurance or direct payment.
Order of responsibility much like the ‘chain of command’
Patient responsibility the portion of the bill that the patient or the guarantor is responsible to pay
Payers insurance company billed for medical services
Staff level where physicians’ or specialists’ names appear
Time increment a block of time available to schedule
Created by: SBGrandRapids