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Pharmacy-Automated Dispensing Interface System (BOP) March 2010
Course Objectives • Describe the Pharmacy-Automated Dispensing Interface System (BOP) – Menu Options – Interaction between options • Proper set up • Identify common pharmacy issues in EHR
Overview • BOP • Bi-directional transmission of patient data between RPMS and an automated medication dispensing machine (ADM) system, e. g. Pyxis, Omnicell. • Impacts all disciplines • Providers • Nurses • Pharmacy
Functionality • • Data in the BOP QUEUE file is placed into HL 7 messages. The network administrator determines the TCP/IP addresses, an IP address for each ADM System device, and an IP address for each RPMS IHS facility.
Functionality • • Map Automated Dispensing System to RPMS drug file via Internal Entry Numbers of each drug (IENs) Monitors itself and reliably keeps itself running. Transmits ADT info to the ADM system real-time. Transmits patient orders to the ADM system realtime.
Data Transmitted from RPMS • ADT • Outpatient Demographic Data • Orders
Data Received by RPMS • Dispensed Medications • “Keep Alive” messages • Acknowledgements of data received
BOP User Menu Options BOP User Menu. . . [BOPMENU] – DCF BOP Drug Configuration. . . – PAT Display Queue for a patient – SEND Send One Patient ADT/Orders to Interface – SHOW Show Ready Queue – SITE Site Parameter Edit – TRB Interface Trouble Shooting. . .
BOP IRM Menu Options • MON Start the Monitor • PAT Display Queue for a patient • SEND Send One Patient ADT/Orders to Interface • SHOW Show Ready Queue • SITE Site Parameter Edit • STOP Stop the Interface • TRB Interface Trouble Shooting. . .
Site Parameters • Manage what data should go across – ADT – Outpatient and Inpatient – Orders – Types of orders • IP Addresses and sockets
Troubleshooting • No Orders coming across – Check Show Ready Queue – Check Automated Dispensing System if working – Send one patients orders – Is RPMS working? – Is the network up?