Medical Administration Records (MAR) module provides users with a tool to effectively and easily track medication and treatment administered to an Individual. With MAR, users can Schedule and add comments to Medication and Treatment records, and export MAR reports with current Medications and Treatments on a monthly grid.
- Track all Scheduled & PRN Medications, Treatments
- View Due and Overdue Medication Lists
- Get Monthly Administration Reports
- Receive Real-Time Notifications
Reference Data for Reducing Medication Errors
The MAR includes the following reference data, along with color coding of the administration date-time areas to reduce the chances of medication errors.
Allergies – All known allergies are listed for quick checks.
Medical Contacts – List of Contacts of physicians, hospitals for reference or emergencies.
Medical Diagnoses – The current diagnoses for the Individual.
Dietary – Guidelines regarding an Individual’s diet.
Drug Database – Details of each medication from First DataBank are available for cross reference.
Interface with Industry Standard Drug Database- First DataBank
Medication History and MAR interface with an industry standard drug database First DataBank – one of the World’s most comprehensive and trusted drug knowledge bases. This provides easy access to relevant drug information including:
- Drug Image
- Drug Identification
- Dosage Information
- Drug Disease Contraindications
- Side Effects
This substantially lowers the risk of medication and leads to improved clinical decision and making better Individual care.
Preview Screens from this module:
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A Quick Show of Medication Administration Records in Therap
Blogs and Updates on MARs
- Working with Medication History and MAR
As you have probably noticed (particularly) if you are a nurse, we made some pretty big changes to med history in our last release. These changes were made to ensure data integrity between Med History and the MAR. While the change was absolutely the right one, we did miss some work flow issues which [...] - Read more
- Preparing for 2012.0 Downtime :: Use it as an Emergency Drill
When Therap 2012.0 goes live on January 15th, there will be a significant amount of downtime (we are currently estimating about 15 hours). The reason for all this downtime is that we have to run some operations on the database to change it to work with the new application (think of all the changes we [...] - Read more
- Last week for early bird registration to CA and FL conferences
The regional conference in San Diego, California is taking place in three weeks, from December 7-8, 2011. This means that there’s less than one week left for early bird registration, which will be closing next Wednesday, November 23. Registering before that will get you a discount on fees. Conference highlights will include: Hands-on training on [...] - Read more
- When to update, when to discontinue and copy
We have had a few discussions recently with users about the appropriate time to update a form and when to discontinue it and copy it to a new form. Two common examples of this are with ISP Programs and Medication History (especially when using Medication Administration Records). Each of these offer both the opportunity [...] - Read more