Oasis Validation Post

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VIEW VALIDATION POSTPOST VALIDATION TO PATIENT ENCOUNTER | WORK BASKET WARNINGS OR REJECTIONS | TRANSMISSION INFORMATION | QUIZ

To view your Oasis Validation Post, click on

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VIEW VALIDATION POST <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

On this page, if you have any Validation Posts returned, you will be able to click on the magnifying glass <icon-magnify>xxx<icon-magnify> icon and see which posts were returned and if they were rejected or not.  

POST VALIDATION TO PATIENT ENCOUNTER <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

To post your Validation Report to the Patient's Encounter, click on the address book <icon-report>xxx<icon-report> icon to the right of the file and this will post all records to the patients specific encounter.  

WORK BASKET WARNINGS OR REJECTIONS <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

You will also have a workbasket item for any Oasis Warnings or Rejections.   To view the Workbasket items, click on <bkg-gray>You have Workbasket Items<bkg-gray>.  Oasis Rejects and Warnings will fall under Action > Clinical Record > Oasis Rejects from Transmission or Oasis Warnings from Transmission.  Click on patients name and this will take you to their Encounter where you can check the reason for the rejection. </bkg-gray></bkg-gray>

TRANSMISSION INFORMATION <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

On the Orders tab and under "Oasis", find the assessment that was rejected and click on the drop down <icon-action>xxx<icon-action> icon to the right of the assessment. </icon-action></icon-action>

You will then need to choose the option for <icon-report>xxx<icon-report> <udl-orange>Transmission Information<udl-orange>.  </udl-orange></udl-orange></icon-report></icon-report>

This will bring up the information for the file.  Click on the <icon-expand>xxx<icon-expand> sign to the left of the file.</icon-expand></icon-expand>

You will now see the reason for the rejection.

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