Orders

A list of unreviewed orders entered at the direction of the physician by the care team in a DaVita facility will be displayed in descending entry date order.  Following review, the physician may sign the order to complete the approval process or dispute the order for the care team member to address.

The list of orders will be organized in two queues:  Last 7 Days and All Orders.  The count in parenthesis to the right of the queue name reflects the number of orders in the queue. 

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 Last 7 Daysare 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 second queue available is All Orders.  This queue displays all of the provider’s unreviewed orders and allows the provider to act on up to 20 orders at a time.  The count displayed to the right of the queue name reflects the number of orders in the queue.  Please note that this number includes orders that are in the Last 7 Days queue - if those orders are acted upon, this total number will decrease.  The All Orders list is sorted based on the order’s Entered Date from the oldest order to the newest.  

The information displayed for orders in both queues is detailed below.

Data Description
Patient The name of the patient associated with the order.  The information will be displayed as last name, first name and will include the patient’s age gender and MPI#, if documented in their chart. 
Facility The facility where order was originated.
Status The current state of the order.  The options will be: NEW (new order), DC (discontinued order), CHG (change made to order), RENEW (renewed order).
Order ID The order id number for the order.
Entered The date the order was created.  
Order The details of the order.
Justification Qualifying information as to why this order is necessary.

If notification settings are enabled through your iPhone settings, a push notification will be sent every 7 days if there are 100 or more unreviewed orders that are at least 21 days old in your orders queue.


Unreviewed 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

Step 3: Enter your password

Step 4: Tap SUBMIT

NOTE: Touch/Face ID can be used to sign orders if the Sign Orders functionality was enabled under Settings.

Alternate Option: Slide the order to the left to reveal the Sign option.  Tap SIGN to sign the order.


To sign all recent orders:

From the Last 7 Days queue, a provider has the ability to review and take collective action on all orders entered in the last 7 days, given the contemporaneous nature of those orders. Steps to complete this are detailed below.  

Step 1: Review the order details

Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the list and, if appropriate, tap SIGN ALL

Step 3: Enter your password

Step 4: Tap SUBMIT

NOTE: Touch/Face ID can be used to sign orders if the Sign Orders functionality was enabled under Settings.


To sign a group of up to 20 orders:

The All Orders queue displays all of the provider’s unsigned orders and allows the provider to act on up to 20 orders at a time.  Use the white arrows located at the bottom of the screen to go forward or backward in the list of orders.

Step 1: Review the order details

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

Step 3: Enter your password

Step 4: Tap SUBMIT

NOTE: Touch/Face ID can be used to sign orders if the Sign Orders functionality was enabled under Settings.


Disputed Orders

A provider has the ability to dispute an order assigned to them if the order is incorrect in some way.  The order will be sent back to the care team member to modify, discontinue, change the provider, or refute. 

Orders originating in Snappy have six dispute reasons (Not My Patient, Duplicate, Discontinued in Error, Order Not Given by Me, Order Detail Incorrect and Other) available for all order statuses.

To dispute an order:

Step 1: Tap the applicable order

Step 2: Review the details of the order and, if appropriate, tap DISPUTE

Step 3: Select the applicable reason

NOTE: If you select “Order Detail Incorrect” or “Other” a comment the length of at least 5 characters will be required.

Step 4: Click SUBMIT

The order will be removed from the Orders list and be sent to the facility where the order originated.

Alternate Option: Slide the order to the left to reveal the Dispute option.  Tap DISPUTE to dispute the order.


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