How can Therapy Plans be scheduled in Emergency Departments?

Question: How can Therapy Plan treatments be scheduled for actions to take place in Emergency Departments (EDs)?

Context: Therapy Plans help organize the delivery of tests and therapies for a specific health condition. They are most commonly used in medical outpatient units and outpatient clinics. Examples include IV Iron Therapy, Transfusions and some Antimicrobial therapies.

Sometimes a Therapy Plan is initiated or continued in an ED setting. There may be considerations unique to the intended ED, its Connect Care status, and how scheduling is supported.

Answer: A tip summarizes two options for scheduling therapy plan activities in participating EDs.