Latest ADL EMR Update

ADL Data is releasing an interim EMR update

This update includes many changes to the software user interface and AI (Artificial Intelligence) that will reduce the amount of data entry and better verify the consistency of the data.

Extensive user interface changes were made to simply locate functions and reports. The Chromium web browser engine has been upgraded to its latest release, providing more functionality and better security.


Order Entry Quick Reference Sheets

Coming Up: Order Entry Quick Reference Sheets

Need a refresher? Are you new to ADL? Quick reference sheets will help you along the way. Reference sheets will be found in the Help > Quick Reference section of the Optimum Order Entry module, after the next software release.

Guides will include:

Entering a Weaning Dose
• Changing the Scheduled Time of Order
• Entering an Order for One-Time Dosage
• Assigning a Blood Sugar Scale
• Entering a STAT Order
• Entering an Order Dose for Every Other Day

Optimize your time by finding help directly within your work space.

ONC Health IT Certification Program Updates

Beginning January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will require that Part D ePrescribing be conducted using solely the NCPDP SCRIPT Standard Version 2017071. As a result, developers of 2015 Edition certified Health IT Modules certified to the ePrescribing criterion adopted at 45 CFR 170.315(b)(3) are permitted to update their products to use the NCPDP SCRIPT Standard Version 2017071 to meet CMS’ Part D ePrescribing compliance requirements.


ADL Passes EPCS Re-Certification

ADL Data Passes DEA EPCS Re-Certification

The re-certification extends authorization to use DEA EPCS Certificates for another two years and allows physicians to use their Smartphone to comply with the required 2-Factor Authentication. This eliminates the need to carry a separate FOB or Id Cards.

A copy of the report has been posted on the ADL Website: EMR Certifications.

Approved Certification Process: //

Verify Physicians DEA Registration: //

Auto-select ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes in ADL Order Entry

Enhanced ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes Accessibility

Medication and lab orders in ADL will now display the most commonly used ICD-10 codes, based on the type of order. Upon entering an order into the system, prescribers will be prompted to choose from a list of the most appropriate ICD-10 codes, based on the medication or lab that they are ordering. Users will then select one of the available options or will be able to enter a code of their choice. The system will also show which are the best codes to maximize reimbursement.