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Online Tutorials

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Methods of Instruction

Orchard’s online tutorials offer web-based training sessions to augment our hands-on, week-long training classes at our corporate offices. By the end of each session (averaging 30 minutes) users should gain sufficient familiarity to more effectively execute the functions presented.

Course Descriptions

Introduction to Orchard Harvest LIS

This tutorial is intended primarily for new users who are just installing their system. Existing users who require a refresher on the basics may also attend. The following topics are covered: single-user vs. multiuser systems, basic database architecture, peripheral equipment and ancillary software, signing in and out of Harvest LIS, overview of system configuration, and contacting technical support.

Release Stored Orders

This tutorial is intended for all users of Harvest LIS. The following topics are covered: types of stored orders, methods of releasing stored orders for use, organizing and managing the Release Stored Orders window, how to split and combine stored orders.

Order Patient Samples

This tutorial is intended primarily for new users who are just installing their system. Existing users who require a refresher on the basics may also attend. The following topics are covered: accessing Order Patient Samples, ordering concepts, placing a patient order, and a brief overview of stored orders.

Review Results

This tutorial is intended primarily for new users who are just installing their system. Existing users who require a refresher on the basics may also attend. The following topics are covered: accessing Review Results, functionality of the Review Results window, reviewing, managing, and approving patient results.

Find a Patient

This tutorial is intended primarily for new users who are just installing their system. Existing users who require a refresher on the basics may also attend. The following topics are covered:  Accessing Find a Patient, search methods, the patient file window, accessing prior results, graphing patient results, and redelivering patient results.

Quality Control

This tutorial is intended primarily for new users who are just installing their system. Existing users who require a refresher on the basics may also attend.  The following topics are covered:  Accessing Review Quality control, QC file configuration, setting and revising control ranges, quantitative and qualitative QC review, documenting QC files, manually and automatically ordering QC.

Rule Basics

This tutorial is intended for all users of Harvest LIS. The following topics are covered:  types of rules, impact of rules on laboratory workflow, components of a rule, and best practices in rule configuration.

Order Entry Rules

This tutorial is intended for all users of Harvest LIS. The following topics are covered:  Accessing the Order Entry Rules table, components of an Order Entry rule, conditions and actions that may be used in a rule, and best practices in rule configuration.

Result Evaluation Rules

This tutorial is intended for all users of Harvest LIS. The following topics are covered:  Accessing the Result Evaluation rules table, components of a Result Evaluation rule, conditions and actions that may be used in a rule, and best practices in rule configuration.

CPT Code Rules

This tutorial is intended for all users of Harvest LIS. The following topics are covered:  Accessing the CPT Code rules table, components of a CPT Code rule, conditions and actions that may be used in a rule, and best practices in rule configuration.

Data Browsers

This tutorial is intended for users already familiar with Harvest LIS.  New users are welcome to attend but will receive the best benefit from this session once they gain more experience with their system. The following topics are covered:  review of basic database architecture, relating the appropriate data browser to information stored in the database, recommended steps to configuring a browser query, column views configuration, using filters, creating scheduled queries, using optional columns, and saving browser criteria. Examples of browser queries at the test, order choice and order level are demonstrated.