Authoring that Delivers Actionable, Evidence-Based Order Sets

ProVation® Order Sets, powered by UpToDate® Decision Support, provides a dynamic and flexible authoring system that enables streamlined creation of evidence-based order sets. Our advanced features and tools, alongside the trusted clinical content of UpToDate, promotes efficiency, standardization of best practices and consensus.

Key features include:

  • Capabilities to copy order set templates to your organization's library from the ProVation library
  • Structured authoring
    • Order set templates follow a standard layout of sections and subsections
    • All terms, names, dosages and units of measure are predefined, ensuring standardized orders across your library
    • Anticipatory pop-up menus guide the author through the library of terms, enabling quick order set authoring
    • Dragging-and-dropping subsections and orderables enables quick rearranging
    • Print preview
  • Catalog mapping for importing and mapping of existing orderable catalogs (e.g. from your CPOE system) to ProVation Order Sets orderables ensures your terminology is maintained
  • Versioning and archiving for managing unique versions of order sets that can quickly be reverted if necessary
  • Easy comparison capabilities that allow users to compare order set versions
  • Export capabilities for multiple formats including PDF, XML, CSV and CPOE system-specific file formats for integration into a variety of systems, including:
    • MEDITECH MAGIC, Client Server, and 6.0
    • Cerner Power Plans
    • Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager
    • McKesson Horizon Expert Orders
  • Email reminders that alert authors to key dates for order set reassessment
  • Tools for defining a review workflow process, managing a list of reviewers and managing reviewer comments
  • Copy and paste functions for moving order sets across libraries (in beta)
  • Undo button

Note: all patient information used in demonstration materials on this website is fictional. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.