- You are responsible exclusively for all paper forms in GMAP, Tolan Park, and UHC-5A.
- You are expected to be present everyday from 8-5 at GMAP except during those times when you are scheduled to be at a different site for your usual clinic times. You will be expected to call Tolan Park and UHC 5A once daily to ask if there are any forms for CCR. You are not expected to have any CCR duties at DCC.
- Usually the forms will require you to open the patient’s chart on NextGen and review. There are sample forms and templates in preceptor room at GMAP.
- If there is a part of the chart that you are unable to complete you should notify either Beverly or Nurse Glass.
- You should not be filling out forms for residents who are in clinic on that given week, since they are able to do it themselves.
GMAP – L’Tayna (313-745-4063)
UHC 5A – Tamika (313-966-8540)
Tolan – Mario – Manager (313-966-6214)/ Jerry Burns NP (313-577-3767)
- You are responsible for all IM-GEN MED
- At the start of your CCR week, the two of you split the sessions so that you are CCR only when you are not scheduled to see patients, if possible. During the times when you are on CCR duties, please have the clinic pager (6585) on you.
- CCR is from Monday until Sunday. Tasks come in on the weekend sometimes. When you start CCR on Monday, the IM-GEN MED box should be empty.
- You MUST reassign all tasks that are for patients not seen by IM residents, including MedPeds, fellows, and tasks assigned to an attendings. Common ones include Dr. Hanna-Johnson, Dr. Thati, and Dr. Rojas, although other ones are possible.
- You may NOT redistribute tasks to any other IM residents, even if that resident is still in clinic (although, you may ask them to clarify the plan). Document how you addressed the problem at hand. For instance, leave an outgoing telephone call message stating what you told the patient or that you did or did not refill a medication or that you asked the patient to come to clinic.
- Never mark a task complete or delete a task if you did not complete it.
Lastly, when you are not CCR please take responsibility for your own patients. Patients want to hear from you, their doctor regarding their test results and that you are prescribing a new medication for them. CCR is there to make sure that nothing falls through, but if you fill out their forms yourself, always make sure that you check their medications for refills, make sure they understand instructions, and you call them with test/lab results yourself, you will develop the kind of professional behavior that will serve you well for the rest of your career.