Mobile Clinical Summary
Clinical Summary section contains drawers for the patient’s medications, treatment data, dialysis access, allergies, vaccine history, and encounter notes.
Medications include the patient’s documented medications. The patient’s active and inactive medications list from Snappy and MedCheck will display. “Active” is the default and will list the patient’s current active prescriptions. The data displayed is read-only.
To view the medication details, tap the green arrow to expand. To collapse the details, tap the green line.
“All” will display a list of patient’s active and inactive medications list. The inactive medications will be greyed out.
Treatment data for the patient, such as primary diagnosis, modality, shift, DaVita dialysis start date, first day of dialysis ever, height, weight, BMI, target weight, treatment time, and last dialysis delivered details can be referenced in this section.
If a patient is designated as being part of a clinical study, it will display “Participant” followed by the number of studies in parenthesis. To view the study details, tap the blue “Participant”. To collapse the details, tap or slide the green drawer navigation bar or tap on the X located in the top right corner.
The Treatment Details section includes the last delivered treatment date. If more than one treatment type has been provided within the last 5 dates of service, then details from those various treatments are listed separately. To view the delivered treatment details, tap the blue “Tx Details”.
To collapse the details, tap or slide the green navigation bar or tap on the X located in the top right corner.
Access includes details regarding the patient’s dialysis access. This section contains the primary and secondary access, if available, and displays the type, site, and placement date.
Allergies include a list of the patient’s active allergies. The list will be sorted in alphabetic order.
“No Allergies have been documented for this Patient” displays if no allergy information has been entered for the patient. “No Known Drug Allergies” appears if no known allergies to medications have been entered for the patient. Non-drug allergies will display if entered.
Vaccines display the patient’s history of immunizations administered in a DaVita facility in the past two years. The vaccine name and date given will display with the most recent listed first. “No Vaccinations have been documented for this Patient” appears if no vaccines have been entered for the patient.
The patient’s COVID-19 vaccination status displays in the banner at the top of the patient chart if vaccination records have been entered into Snappy.
Notes provide a list of the patient’s limited and comprehensive encounters, created in OneView within the past 90 days, along with the provider who created the encounter and the creation date. Tapping an encounter note displays a PDF with the contents of that encounter. The information is read-only.