Unsigned Orders

Orders that have not had signed approval by the physician yet are considered unsigned orders. These orders are reviewed, then signed or disputed.


To sign an individual order:

Step 1: Tap the applicable order

Step 2: Review the order details and, as appropriate, tap Sign

Alternate Option: Select the Sign icon


To sign all recent Snappy orders:

A provider has the ability to review and take collective action on all Snappy orders entered in the last 7 days, given the contemporaneous nature of those orders.  The orders under the header of Orders Entered in the Last 7 Days are sorted based on the order’s Entered Date from the most recent to the oldest.  The physician may sign each order or dispute the order if there is an issue for the care team to address.  The count displayed to the right of the queue name reflects the number of orders in the queue.  The list can be minimized by clicking the minus sign in the right corner of the header bar.

Step 1: Review the order details

Step 2: Tap the checkbox next to the Patient header to select all recent orders or individually select the specific orders

Step 3: Scroll to the bottom of the list and, if appropriate, tap SIGN RECENT ORDERS

NOTE: The "Sign" button is disabled until at least one order is selected by using the checkboxes.

NOTE: If the provider needs to dispute an individual order in the Orders Entered in the Last 7 Days queue, please refer to Disputed Orders.  The dispute functionality is the same for all queues.


To sign a group of up to 20 orders:

Step 1: Review the details for all selected orders

Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the list and, if appropriate, tap SIGN ORDERS (20)

Orders can be signed on an individual basis by selecting the specific orders.  To select specific orders, tap the selection box to the left of the order prior to tapping the option to sign at the bottom of the screen.

NOTE: The "Sign" button is disabled until at least one order is selected by using the checkboxes.

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