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OpenEMR Global Settings

CDR

  • Settings that activate/ deactivate the Clinical Decisions Rules' actions such as popups, prompts, and the CDR functionality itself


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Graphics and a few new descriptions were addded to update the materials for this 4.2.0 UG.
Almost all the text in these pages was provided by Brady Miller.


Enable Clinical Decisions Rules (CDR)

  • Setting to turn on/off the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine, which is used for Clinical Reminders, Patient Reminders, Clinical Quality Measure (CQM) reports and Automated Measure Calculation (AMC) reports/tracking.

Enable Clinical Reminder Widget

Enable Clinical Reminder Popup

  • Setting to turn on/off the active clinical reminder popup, which will check and show reminders whenever opening a patient's electronic file.
  • Component of the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine.

Enable Patient Reminder Widget

Enable CQM Reporting

  • Setting to turn on/off the Clinical Quality Measures report at Reports->Clinical->Quality Measures(CQM).
  • Component of the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine.

PQRI Registry Name

  • Set the registry name for sending of PQRI formatted CQM reports, which can be created at Reports->Clinical->Quality Measures(CQM).
  • Component of the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine.

PQRI Registry ID

  • Set the registry ID for sending of PQRI formatted CQM reports, which can be created at Reports->Clinical->Quality Measures(CQM).
  • Component of the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine.

Enable AMC Reporting

  • Setting to turn on/off the Automated Measures Calculations (AMC) report at Reports->Clinical->Automated Measures(AMC).
  • Component of the Clinical Decisions Rules Engine.

Enable AMC Prompting

Enable AMC Tracking

CDR Reports Processing Priority

  • Setting to decrease the processing priority of the CDR engine reports. This then frees up processing for other OpenEMR and server functions. This is only supported in Linux (and other OSs that support NICE processing settings; notablt, this is not supported in Windows).(This setting was added in OpenEMR version 4.1.1(patch 6))

Patient Reminder Creation Processing Priority

  • Setting to decrease the processing priority of the Patient Reminder creation. This then frees up processing for other OpenEMR and server functions. This is only supported in Linux (and other OSs that support NICE processing settings; notably, this is not supported in Windows).(This setting was added in OpenEMR version 4.1.1(patch 6))


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