Resource Centre - Allergies Module
The Allergies module displays patient allergy information from contributing facilities. Allergies are also flagged with icons in the patient header. To access the Allergies module, click the Allergies option in the Clinical Modules menu or click the Allergies icon in the patient header.
Allergies are only available from facilities integrating allergy information into ClinicalConnect. To view the list of contributing facilities, please visit this page: https://info.clinicalconnect.ca/CC/healthcare/data-integrations
The following table provides a summary of some of the key features of the Allergies module.
An Allergies icon displays in the patient header based on the information made available from the contributing source systems. The following Allergy icons may display in the patient’s record:
This column displays Coded Allergies as Yes or No.
Coded allergies are those contained within the allergen dictionary look up from the contributing sources system and will display Y (Yes) in the column.
Allergy information that is “uncoded” is any free text additions made available from the contributing sources system and will display N (No) in the column.
Text typed in the Smart Filter Search box narrows the list of results to display only those related to text you entered.
In the example below, the Smart Filter Search box was used to narrow the list of allergies to display only Morphine or Codeine. The user entered morph, cod which will search the allergies list grid for any text that included morph OR cod.
All other results were filtered out and do not display in the products list view until the contents of the Smart Filter are cleared.
See the Smart Filter section to learn more about filtering results and lists with the Smart Filter tool.
Displays the full allergy severity
Viewing Allergy Details
Allergy results are displayed in a sortable list. In some cases, there may be additional allergy details available from the contributing source system. Click the row of the allergy you want to view to see additional details.
Home and Community Care allergy information is integrated in the Allergies module using OACCAC is the Source.
Module Preferences are used to customize how you want to view information presented in the Allergies module to suit your clinical viewing needs. Preferences need to only be set once, and can easily be updated anytime as your clinical needs change.
After updating your preference settings, click the Save & Apply button to save your changes.
To learn more about the various preference setting options, please visit the Common Preference Settings in ClinicalConnect section.