NBA - ABDR Quick Reference Guide

NBA - ABDR Quick Reference Guide
Quick Reference Guide
To logon go to https://portal.blood.gov.au
Customer Support  Call 13 000 BLOOD / 13 000 25663 or [email protected]
Patient
Interactions
Registering a new patient
1. Click on the Patients icon in the Menu Bar
2.
Click on new patient icon
and follow the wizard prompts
Adding an Interaction
1. Search for and select a patient, then click on an Interactions tab
2. Click on Create Interaction icon
Updating a patient’s details
1. Click on the Patients icon in the Menu Bar
2. Search for the patient
3. Select the patient in the results grid
(notice the Patient Summary on the left shows details of the selected patient)
4. Click on Patient Details tab
5.
6.
Click on edit icon
After completing the required changes click the save button
Searching for a patient
Click on the ‘Patient Search’ tab then a sub-tab:
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Local – all patients registered at or shared with your HTC
National – all patients
My Patients – all patients tagged for quick searching
Clinical
Adding, Editing and Deleting Clinical Records
1. Search for and select a Patient
2. Click on the Clinical Tab
3. Click one of the Clinical sub-tab
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Click on the create new icon
3.
4.
Select the Interaction and details type you would like to add. If you would
only like to record an interaction with no details please choose the
“Interaction” from the top of the drop down list.
Follow the wizard prompts. This will be customised for the interaction
type you chose.
to add a clinical record
The edit and delete icons appear in the grid
Filtering interactions
Interactions recorded for a patient can be filtered by interaction type and date
range.
1.
2.
3.

Click on the filter icon
Select/deselect interactions required
Click OK
Clicking on the ‘Clear All’ button will reset the checkboxes.
ABDR Support
11 August 2012
Product ordering for Patient
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the Patients icon in the Menu Bar
Search for and select a Patient
Click on the Interactions Tab
Click on “Interaction + Patient Product Order” from the Create Interaction list:
Transition Patient – Permanent
Enables patient records to be moved to another HTC when they change from
Paediatric to Adult centres or change address to a new city or state.
1. Click on the Patients icon in the Menu Bar
2. Search for and select a Patient
3. Click on the Transition tab
4.
5.
6.
5.
Follow the wizard prompts
Product ordering for HTC Stock
1.
Click on HTC Products Orders from the Menu Bar:
Click on the “New Transition” icon
Select “Permanent” as Transition Type
Choose the HTC the Patient will Transition to and click Save.
Note: Only the HTC where the patient is registered can move the patient to another
HTC.
Transition Patient – Shared
Enables another HTC to share patient records where treatment is provided at more
than one centre.
1. Click on the Patients icon in the Menu Bar
2. Search for and select a Patient
3. Click on the Transition tab
4.
5.
6.
Click on the “New Transition” icon
Select “Shared” as Transition Type
Choose the HTC the Patient will Transition to and click Save.
Note: Only the primary HTC can Share a patient with another HTC but either can
remove the share arrangement at any point in time.
2.
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Click the Add Product Order
and follow the wizard
prompts. Alternatively it is possible to edit an existing product order and Copy
Forward
ABDR Access
To request access for a new user, or modify the access profile of an existing user
please see https://portal.blood.gov.au.
Important Online Help – click on the
link to access online help, user manual and Training Manuals which describes a step by step guide to all ABDR functions.
Security – do not disclose your username and password to anyone. All access and transactions are logged by username and any misuse will be attributed to the person the username is allocated to.
Notes
Privacy – no one other than HTC Staff can access a patient’s personal information, unless that person has been properly authorised by the ABDR Steering Committee. It is your responsibility to ensure
patient privacy and confidentiality is maintained. Any patients requesting access to their personal information should be provided with hard copy versions of their data only rather than with access to the
ABDR system.
ABDR Support
11 August 2012
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