Rover gives clinical users of Epic’s Electronic Health Record access to tools for clinical review, medication administration, specimen collection, and other clinical documentation workflows right from their mobile devices at the point of care.
As an extension to workstation-based barcoding, Rover facilitates barcoded medication administration (BCMA), using Versity’s scanner to ensure positive identification of patient, medication, and clinician.
Rover connects ts in real-time to Epic’s central data repository, providing access to other information held in the Epic system, like patient lists and charts. Rover displays relevant medication advisories at the point of care, supports recording of vitals, and provides a clinical summary of allergies, labs, current medications, and intake/ output. Clinicians can also update administration details such as dose, route, or site.
Rover allows nurses and phlebotomists to complete specimen collection workflows on a handheld device with an up-to-the-minute draw list, barcode scanning for the positive patient and specimen identification, label printing, and quick specimen collection documentation.