As part of our ongoing efforts to actively screen patients for potential risk of infection for Ebola virus, a travel history/risk screening tool has been implemented in the Maestro Care system for areas in which patients are arrived or where first contact potentially occurs across the health system. The new functionality will enable thorough documentation and monitoring of responses to screening questions provided by patients.
To help with this transition and answer common questions, it is recommended that all frontline administrative staff and inpatient and ambulatory clinicians review workflow tip sheets created specifically for your role. These tip sheets include step-by-step instructions explaining how to use the new functionality.
Documentation Workflow Tip Sheets are available:
- Maestro Care Website. Visit the Maestro Care quick tips library** and search for the keyword “Ebola” for complete information on travel screening.
- CEPD Website: Click on “Maestro Care Training and Resources”** and access the folder labeled “ Maestro Care Work Flow Tip Sheets.” The folder label “Travel Screening” contains the appropriate tip sheets.
Maestro Care trainers will be rounding in patient care areas to answer any questions.
On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, SuperUsers can ask any outstanding questions related to this rollout.
Thank you for your cooperation and for supporting this rollout that will help us better care for our patients, their loved ones and each other.
**Please note that in order to view these links, you must be on the Duke Medicine Network as well as signed in using your Duke NetID and password.