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2017-03-21 17:40:34
We want to require a provider when converting a proton pump inhibitor from home to an inpatient order to document the indication. We have admin criteria that accomplishes this, but unfortunately it doesn't fire when converting these to an inpatient order during med rec. Has anyone been able to attach a query to an RXM rule with multiple required responses and if so, how did were you able to do it?
Charles Downs Pharm.D.
Informatics Pharmacist
Trivergent Health Alliance
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Mar 22 '17
2017-03-22 22:27:47
We do something like this. A POM rule in PHA on the DRUG that CFA maps to does trigger in POM for us. We canned the workflow and didn't go live with it though. I think I had it working so the POM rule override comment was pulled to the pharmacist when they tried to verify so they could see what option was picked.
On Mar 22, 2017, at 6:11 PM, Chuck Bedel <cbedel@drfirst.com<mailto:cbedel@drfirst.com>> wrote:


Would it be an RXM rule? At least in C/S RXM rules can only fire/evaluate at MED, DOSE, FILE, RENEW, and CONVERT (which is going from IP to new script).

To fire when going from home to IP, wouldn't the rule have to be attached as a POM rule (if on C/S) or whatever is equivalent to that in MAGIC? In 6 it would have to be an OM rule I would imagine.

Maybe I'm thinking about this incorrectly.