Click Log in link (upper right) and log in to see the page shown above. Click on Orders, Remote, and Options folders to see the items under those folders as shown.
Click Home link (upper left) to return to the home page at any time.
Do not use the web browser navigation buttons (the upper left arrow buttons). The web browser back button may open a previous window but the edit controls may not be in the correct state to work properly.
The Order link (upper right) can be used as a shortcut to open an existing order or change to another existing order.
Navigate directly to the desired item and all required pages will automatically pop up. For example click on the Form item from the home page and the Open Order page will automatically show first followed by Form Selection page, then finally the selected form will open.
Basic Info - Edit basic information about the open order and edit information about team members for all orders
Data Forms - Open and fill out data forms for the open order
Order Forms - Open and fill out order forms for the open order
Documents-LMN - Maintain documents associated with the open order or for the patient of the open order - Generate and edit suggested letters of medical necessity based on order information and system values such as saved code based justifications.
Line Items - Manipulate line items generated from filling order forms or from importing a manufacturer quote file
Max Profit - Finds the appropriate equipment across all manufacturers based on required codes and sorted by highest profit margin
Other App - Exchange current order data with other applications
Stock - Generate requests for stock items from line items for the current order
Purchase Order - Generate and track purchase orders from line items for the current order
Batch Print Save - Combine forms and order forms into a single PDF file for viewing, printing, or saving - Optionally password protect the resulting file.
Tasks - Actions related to workflows across all orders
To Do - Provides a quick way to perform tasks needing attention on any order, sorted by the how long tasks are overdue.