Overview With the new Electronic Medical Records (EMR) functionality in eRAM (available as of February 19, 2024), electronic records, forms, and files replace many physical papers and folders for documenting animal interactions.
Overview This document outlines the steps used by EMR Training Core staff to generate training core information (TCI) and training core usage (TCU) on a Clinical record in eRAM.
Overview When exporting some custom search reports as an Excel spreadsheet, you may find it necessary to reformat cells that don’t correctly separate data with a delimiter (e.g., a comma, semicolon or colon). The following procedure demonstrates how to reformat data in these cells to include a delimiter. The following formula can be used to reformat cell data with a delimiter: =SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(E2,CHAR(13),””),CHAR(10),”,”)
Overview Opening an SSRS report in Excel allows users the ability to customize and manipulate data to meet their needs (e.g., perform additional calculations; remove unneeded rows/columns, etc.). In order for an SSRS Report to display correctly in Excel, it must be exported as a .CSV file (comma separated values).
Overview After PI/Lab personnel completes a Containment Housing Request, the facility managers will get an email alerting them to take action.
Overview This document outlines the process used by ATR/EMR Staff (animal Husbandry Technicians), Veterinary staff (Technicians, Residents, Faculty), and EMR Training Core staff to record the initial intake of a new animal arrival (or when weaned), enter data, and track information related to the intake, within Electronic Medical Records in eRAM.
Overview This document details the process used by ATR/EMR Staff with an ATR Veterinary role to escalate or de-escalate an Animal Treatment Report (ATR) assignment level and assigned persons in eRAM.
Overview When a Facility Inspector conducts a site visit, they can enter findings or deficiencies for each room with notes or recommendations in eRAM. They can then create action items and send summary emails to responsible person(s)/assignees.
Overview This document outlines the process used by ATR/EMR Veterinary staff (Residents, Faculty) to record problems encountered when visiting an animal in eRAM, such as health issues with weight, surgery, eye, behavior, digestion, skin, or sleep. Step-by-Step Process Locate the applicable CLN #, and complete the Maintain Problem List activity, which is available from the Clinical workspace.
Overview This document details the process used by ATR/EMR Staff with an ATR Veterinary role to enter or update a visit recheck schedule for an Animal Treatment Report (ATR) in eRAM.