With MX Access you can access a wide range of information from a patient’s longitudinal health record in California, covering the past 2-5 years. The patient's medical record combines claims and clinical data, creating an integrated list of medications, problems & diagnoses, and encounters. The patient view divides records into the following 12 sections for quick reference:
1. Summary: A brief overview of allergies, medications, problems & diagnoses, procedures, laboratory results, and encounters.
2. Allergies: A list of recorded allergies including severity, reaction, onset date, and status.
3. Insurance: A list of active and inactive insurance coverages. You will see the insurance name, type, group name, policy number, plan, coverage dates, and relationship to the insured.
4. Medications: A list of recent and historical prescribed (clinically-sourced data) and filled (claims-sourced data) medications. If medications had been prescribed or filled within the last 90 days, they will appear under Recent. Anything older than 90 days will be placed under Historical. By default, all meds are displayed. However, you can choose to filter medications by filled meds (claims data) or prescribed meds (clinical data).
5. Problems & Diagnoses: A list of diagnoses, present problems, and past problems. By default, all diagnoses are displayed. However, you can filter diagnoses by clinically-sourced data only or claims-sourced diagnoses only.
6. Encounters: A list of hospital & ED encounters and outpatient encounters. By default, all encounters are displayed. However, you can choose to filter encounters by clinically-sourced encounters only or claims-sourced encounters only.
7. Labs: A list of labs ordered, the value, reference range, date, and source. Lab details can be seen by clicking on the date of the lab result. Lab results can viewed side by side and graphed.
8. Radiology: A list of radiology tests, date, and ordering clinician. You can see additional information such as technique, findings, and impression by clicking Details.
9. Procedures: A list of procedures including procedure code, description, date, and reporting entity.
10. Documents: A list of documents including document type, source location, and the attachment of the document. You can see additional information such as notes, transcription date, and last updated by clicking Details. Documents include: CCDa, Patient Discharge Summary, Nursing Service Measures, Pulmonary Functions, Physician Notes, and Physical Therapy.
11. Vaccinations: A list of vaccinations including vaccine, date administered, and reporting entity. You can see additional information such as ordering clinician, route, and comments by clicking Details.
12. Next of Kin: Patient’s contacts including relationship, name, address, and phone number.
To see a full list of the documents you can view under Labs, Radiology, and Documents, please refer to the article "What type of documents appear under the Labs, Radiology, and Documents categories in MX Access?"