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Physicians and Epic

Johns Hopkins Bayview Vascular Lab Procedure Codes for Epic

With the transition to Epic, there have been numerous changes in procedure ordering, particularly for lab testing.

To order a vascular lab test at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, please use this list.

Once the procedure is ordered, it can be saved in your “preference list” so that next time, it will be readily available.
Please feel free to share this list with your JHH and JHCP colleagues, as well any those within any other Hopkins entities.

*Problem List Change

Beginning Friday, September 25, Problem List will become a hard stop. Learn more about the change to the Problem List

*Temporary Change Notification - Removing the Ability to View Problem List From External Sources
As of June 7, 2013, we have temporarily removed the ability for providers and clinical support staff to view patient problems in the Reconcile Outside Information activity from external organizations and MyChart . Find out more about this temporary change notification.

Physicians input is vital to the design of an electronic medical record system that will support the delivery of health care across Johns Hopkins Medicine. The physician community has active involvement and representation in the Epic project, from the high leadership levels to on-the-ground, hands-on input into the design, build and validation of specific applications for use in ambulatory and inpatient settings. A special, focused group of physicians is also engaged in fostering dialogue and understanding of the Epic product and process, and in working groups on issues ranging from data conversion to health information management (HIM) policy. These are the physician champions.

Physician champions

More than 50 physicians from The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Howard County General Hospital, Sibley Memorial Hospital and Johns Hopkins Community Physicians are helping to champion the design and configuration of the Epic system. Each champion has been identified by his or her clinical area, ensuring that the system flows and makes sense for the needs of specific specialties. Those champions are also working together as a community of clinical leaders to inform the development of a patient and provider support system.

Find out more about the work of the Physician Champions.


Read a story in Change about standardization.

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SharePoint: list of physician champions
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