TRAKnet Allergy and Medication Importer

This page will explain how to import your patient medications and allergies into NEMORx.

Importing TRAKnet Medications

When accessing your patient for the first time in NEMORx, TRAKnet will send the patient's list of medications. This list will always be available under the "TRAKnet Medications" button located in the patient's chart.

NEMORx will automatically open the Medication Importer the first time you access the patient's chart.

When in this module you will have three different ways to interact with the medications:

If the importer is able to find a suggested match you will see the suggestion directly under the medication name. If this is correct you do not have to modify anything. If this is not correct you will have the ability to select from a drop down menu or search for the medication.

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If the importer is unable to find any match you will have the ability to search for the medication manually (this should not occur very often as at least some suggestions should appear).

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If you find that you are unable to match a medication at all, you can simply click on the n/a and select "Unmatchable". Example: In TRAKnet 2.0 users were able to enter medications not found in the drug database like "Ointment".

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Don't worry if you accidentally skipped over a medication. The system will show an alert located in the Medication Matcher button. This alert will give you the number of medications that have not been worked on (for your convenience we placed these medications at the top of the list).

Removing a Mapped Medication

If you find that you may have accidentally mapped an incorrect medication you can correct this by selecting medication matcher in the patient chart.

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Once this is open you simply click "Undo".

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From here the application will remove the medication from the patient's chart and allow you to start over.

Importing TRAKnet Allergies

When accessing your patient for the first time in NEMORx, TRAKnet will send the patient's list of allergies. This list will always be available under the "TRAKnet Allergies" button located in the patient's chart.

NEMORx will automatically open the Allergies Importer the first time you access the patient's chart (After the Medication Matcher is completed or if no medications are found).

When in this module you will have two different ways to interact with the Allergies:

If the importer is able to find a suggested match you will see the suggestion directly under the allergy name. If this is correct you do not have to modify anything. If this is not correct you will have the ability to select from a drop down menu or search for the allergy.

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If the importer is unable to find any match you will have the ability to search for the allergy manually (this should not occur very often as at least some suggestions should appear).

2_Allergy%20Matched%20Search.png

If you find that you are unable to match a allergy (very unlikely) at all, you can simply click on the n/a and select "Unmatchable". Example: In TRAKnet 2.0 users were able to enter allergies not found in the drug database like "Ointment".

Don't worry if you accidentally skipped over a allergy. The system will show an alert located in the Allergy Matcher button. This alert will give you the number of allergies that have not been worked on (for your convenience we placed these medications at the top of the list).

Removing a Mapped Allergy

If you find that you may have accidentally mapped an incorrect allergy you can correct this by selecting allergy matcher in the patient chart.

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Once this is open you simply click "Undo".

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From here the application will remove the allergy from the patient's chart and allow you to start over.

Training Video


Medication and Allergy Matcher from NEMO Health on Vimeo

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