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|electronic prescribing comments re eviQ protocols||0||12:49, 7 July 2017|
|electronic prescribing systems||0||14:34, 21 June 2017|
Chemotherapy protocols on eviQ are downloadable and can be directly loaded into a number of electronic prescribing systems (Cancer Institute NSW). The direct loading of evi qprotocols into an e prescribng system has not been fully achieved at this point in time. This is complex. For a site starting from an empty data base the current functionality that is only available within the MOSAIQ system is of use. For sites where protocols exists and require updating it is a necessary complex process that has not been fully tested. I would caution the statement that this is a currently available process as an automated process. Suggest that a full list of eviQ protocols can be obtained from the eviQ program but at this point in time requires largely a manual process to become usable within a system. we are working to achieve this. Regardless of any direct loading of protocols there should remain a manual process to sign the protocols off locally by a prescriber ensuring accuracy.