myAvatar™ Clinical Workstation (CWS)
Winner of the Davies Award Commendation for Excellence in Computer-based Patient Records
The myAvatar™ Clinician Workstation (CWS), Netsmart’s award-winning electronic health record, integrates the clinical tools
necessary for an interdisciplinary approach to the delivery of health and human services, including: Treatment/Care Planning,
Individual and Group Progress Notes, Assessments, Nursing Reports and Workflow Management. In addition, the myAvatar™
CWS supports electronic views of laboratory results and other interdepartmental data and has optional features such as MDS
entry/tracking, order entry and pharmacy integration.
Each facility can create care planning templates tailored
to address the unique needs of all target populations,
supporting best practice guidelines. Key word searches
trigger dictionary statements. The planner steps the
clinician through the process from problem definitions
and diagnosis to goals, objectives, and interventions.
There is also an area to record the staff participating in
the plan. The system provides the capability to include
site-specific information within the Treatment Plan.
Progress notes are entered by the clinician for an
individual or group. Ambulatory notes are linked to
outstanding services, or the clinician may post a service
directly from the entry of the note. For a group, a
template is used to outline the general group content.
Then, for each client, the general outline is individualized.
With use of the mouse, the individual care plan
components (Diagnosis, Problems, Goals, Interventions,
and Objectives) are tagged to their associated progress
notes, as required by JCAHO guidelines.
The co-signature feature displays the entire history of
notes, particular note types, or specialty area notes for
review and signature by authorized personnel. The filing
of a note can be general or within a specialty area (social
work, psychiatry, etc.), making note review simple and
more direct. The type of note establishes co-signature
requirements. Dated addenda are attached to progress
Diagnosis information is always available and accessed
through use of a DSM look-up table. This table supports
searches by partial description or code. Multiple selections are supported for all five axes. All
DSM codes are cross-walked to ICD. Diagnostic
information is linked to the treatment/care planner.
myAvatar™ CWS has a fully integrated and user-definable
Workflow Notification module that informs a clinician
when a progress note is required, an assessment requires
approval, a progress note requires a co-signature, or a
treatment plan review date is approaching. User-defined
forms are linked to these Notifications.
myAvatar™ CWS is delivered with a battery of
assessments including Medical History, Psycho-Social,
and Nursing evaluations. Additionally, with the modeling
tools included with myAvatar™ CWS, each facility can
create an unlimited number of assessment forms that
reflect facility-specific content.
END USER FORM MODELING
Modeling tools are available to the end user for
constructing dictionaries, screens, multi-page forms,
tabs and drop-down menus. Logic is easily incorporated
between fields for the more advanced requirements.
Modeling is automatically mapped to the SQL database
for access with industry standard report writers. Any
changes made with these tools are compiled so that they
are unaffected by periodic updates and enhancements
released by Netsmart.
A full reporting suite is available and includes:
Missing Patient Flow Sheets, Chart Review, Nursing
Administration Summary, Discharge Report, and more.
For each staff member, a To-Do list serves as a reminder
of needed progress notes, treatment plan reviews, and
other required documentation. Supervisors have access
to staff To-Do Lists.
TREATMENT PLANNING LIBRARY VERSATILITY
The clinician can create customized treatment planning
libraries or use an optional full complement of Wiley
Treatment Planning Libraries to substantially reduce
the preparation time of individual treatment plans.
Library creation is accomplished with a straightforward
two-step process. First utilize the Treatment Planning
Dictionary Maintenance option to create a database
that contains Problems, Problem Definitions, Suggested
Diagnoses, Goals, Objectives, and Interventions. Then
use the Treatment Planning Library Definition option
to create the user-defined library that connects each of
the components. An option is also included that copies
Problems (with associated diagnoses, definitions, goals,
objectives, and interventions) from any library to any
Contact us today for additional information about myAvatar Clinician Workstation.
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This Complete EHR is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments. Netsmart Technologies, Certified: 11/21/2013, Avatar 2014, Modules Tested: 170.314(a)(1?15); 170.314(b)(1?5, 7) 170.314(c)(1?3); 170.314(d)(1?9); 170.314(e)(1?3); 170.314(f)(1?3); 170.314(g)(2?4), Certification ID Number: 11212013-1915-6, Clinical Quality Measures Certified: Clinical Quality Measures tested: CMS068v3; CMS069v2; CMS138v2; CMS147v2; CMS155v2; CMS156v2; CMS161v2; CMS165v2; CMS169v2; CMS177v2. The additional costs beyond the initial HER purchase/upgrade in order for an EP, EH, or CAH to attempt to meet meaningful use objectives and measures under the ambulatory program are: All modules required for MU Stage 2 Ambulatory, Products: HER ONC 2014, Costs: Subscription (recurring), Maintenance (recurring), Implementation services (one time).