Care360 Mobile for Physicians and Providers

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Care360 Mobile for Physicians and Providers

Quest Diagnostics, Inc.,

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Apple Medical 2017.1 May 07, 2017 3.23

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Version 2017.1 released on May 07, 2017
• Lab results that were previously identified as Critically Out of Range will now be referred to as Priority Out of Range. • Pharmacy search (which is available when managing a patient’s pharmacies or when writing a prescription) now has additional search criteria when searching by pharmacy name. You can tap Exact, Starts With, Contains (default), or Sounds Like to indicate whether the phar macy name is an exact match to the characters entered or whether the pharmacy starts with, contains, or sounds like the characters entered. • Schedule II-V (CII-V) Medications. Specifying directions is now required when prescribing CII-V medications. Directions can be entered using the Dosage Amount and Frequency or Manual Sig Entry. • Schedule II (CII) Medications. Specifying a Duration is now required when prescribing CII medications and the value entered cannot be greater than 90 days. • Schedule III-IV (CIII-IV) Medications: the maximum number of Refills that can be specified for CIII-IV medications is now 
five, prescriptions for drugs requiring NADEAN (Narcotics Addiction DEA Number), such as buprenorphine, can no longer be sent electronically. These prescriptions must be printed and signed, and prescriptions for GHB (gammahydroxybutyric acid), such as Xyrem, can no longer be sent to pharmacy without adding a reason (medical need) in the Notes to Pharmacist box. • The patient’s Summary now displays patient photo’s taken with Care360 HD • Bug fixes & improvements

Version 2016.3.0 released on January 15, 2017
• Support for iOS 10 • Various bug fixes, UI improvements, and performance improvements

Version 2016.2 released on September 21, 2016
• Improved support for Formulary information, both for medications and supplies • Performance Improvements • Bug Fixes

Version 2016.1 released on May 08, 2016
* Branding * Full Patient Demographics * Bug fixes

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Care360 Mobile from Quest Diagnostics is for medical providers and allows you to access your medical office anywhere, anytime and is a HIPAA compliant mobile companion to Care360 Labs & Meds and Care360 EHR. (Patients are invited to use the MyQuest by Care360 mobile health app.) With Care360 Mobile, you have the flexibility and convenience to manage your caseload beyond the walls of your practice. You can access medication history, place lab orders and view results and more from your iPhone. This app is ideal for use when you’re on call or just on the go. Key features include: Clinical Workflow: Providers can utilize Care360 instead of scribbling notes to staff or using paper requisitions • Order and View Results Everywhere: Users can place lab orders and access Quest Diagnostics results when they are on the go • Favorites: Users have access to their favorites grids for diagnosis and tests • Hold List: Orders can be placed on the “Hold List” and accessed by office staff, Quest Diagnostics patient service centers and in office phlebotomists • Tasking: Orders can be tasked to internal staff for them to complete before the order is put on the “Hold List” or the draw is completed Medications • Write Prescriptions: Review medication histories, write prescriptions, manage interactions and allergy alerts, as well as review claims/pharmacy history and access Formulary Alternatives. • Manage Renewals/Approvals: Respond to renewal/approval requests • Allergies: Create and manage patient allergies lists • General • Search and View Patient Charts: Find medical charts including patient summary, problems, medications, comments, allergies, labs and patient demographics* Note: A Care360 subscription is required to use this application. Learn more at *Information available will vary based on the user’s Care360 subscription.

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