ePrescribing and Medication Management
Print a Prescription
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Print a pending prescription or failed fax. Do the following to print a pending prescription or failed fax in the Action Items list:
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Click the Print icon (), and then click Print Current Script.
Note: To print a summary of all prescriptions or faxes in the Action Items list, click the Print icon (), and then click Print Table.
Print a sent prescription. Do the following to print an approved, denied, or canceled prescription in the Sent Items list:
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Access the Sent Items list; for instructions, see View and Manage a Sent Item.
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Click the Print icon (), and then click Print Current Script.
This copy of the prescription is marked “Copy”.
Note: To print a summary of all prescriptions or faxes in the Sent Items list, click the Print icon (), and then click Print Table.
Print a queued prescription. Do the following to print a prescription that has been approved, but not been sent to the pharmacy:
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Access the Queued Items list; for instructions, see View a Queued Item.
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Click the Print icon (), and then click Print Current Script.
This copy of the prescription is marked “Copy”.
Note: To print a summary of all prescriptions or faxes in the Queued Items list, click the Print icon (), and then click Print Table.
Print and approve a prescription. Do the following to print a prescription from within a patient’s summary as it is being written and/or approved:
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b
Note: If the prescription you are printing has a Sample/Handwritten delivery option specified, two copies of the prescription automatically print when you click the Print & Approve button. One of the copies is marked “Copy.”
Print a previous prescription. Do the following to print a prescription that was previously filled for a patient:
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To view details for any medication or supply that appears in the Active Medications, All Supplies, or All Meds/Supplies history lists, click the medication or supply name.
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Click the Print icon (), and then click Print Current Script.
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Note: You must have Adobe Reader installed in order to print prescriptions. (For instructions on installing and configuring the Adobe Reader, see Install Browser Plug-Ins.) Additionally, if there is a pop-up blocker active for your Web browser, you may need to disable it in order for this function to operate properly.
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In the Print dialog box, configure any additional print settings as needed, and then click Print.
Note: When printing a prescription on security paper with multiple forms, make sure the page scaling is set to Shrink to Printable Area, and the Auto-Rotate and Center checkbox is selected.
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