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Published on Apr 30, 2017
This is an introduction as part of a larger series about using the DCP for the Hypertension Disease. It presents the basics to start and use the Resolving Uncoded Hypertension Taskflow and then describes the importance of diagnosing Hypertension and blood pressure measurement, It also outlines how the taskflow is used to contact the patient via SMS about home monitoring devices.
Presentation Aims - Highlight the importance of Hypertension - Using the Uncoded Hypertension Taskflow o Selecting and Starting the Taskflow o Opening and Updating the Patient Record o Sending an SMS message to the patients - Professional significance of Clinical Audits
Importance of Hypertension - High Blood Pressure is important and treatable - Typically a reasonable number of patients: o have not been coded or identified… o hence cannot systematically receive care and treatment!
Taskflow Filter - Has a shorter list of patients using Systolic Blood Pressure over 160 rather than 140: o Shorter lists are more manageable - Searches patients from Clinical Database for: o Not coded as Hypertension o Systolic Blood Pressure over 160 Professional Significance - Establish Recalls and Blood Pressure Targets for ongoing management and care planning - The new RACGP triennium emphasises clinical audits and reflective learning: https://www.racgp.org.au/education/qi... - Clinical Audits are made easy with the DCP
Closing Summary The Uncoded Hypertension Taskflow: - Helps identify important and treatable risk factors - About 6 million Australians (34%) over the age of 18 are Hypertensive or take antihypertensive medication - Taskflows can find and monitor actions to take or be taken with patients, including informing them.
Transcript: Gidday! My name is Chris Mitchell. I am going to be walking through a hypertension workflow [taskflow] that we have set up in Doctors Control Panel. (See the full transcript within the YouTube Transcript feature under the item More, Transcript .)