Chronic disease management (Manitoba)
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In Manitoba, you can use the Chronic Care Management embedded view within the patient summary to track outstanding disease-specific treatment and prevention activities for the following six problems:

  • Diabetes

  • Hypertension

  • Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

  • Congestive Heart Failure

  • Asthma

  • COPD

Before you can view these chronic care management alerts, you must first add the Embedded View section in your view of the patient summary. For more information about adding sections, see Customising the patient summary.

And you must also record the problem with a status of Active in the patient's list of problems within their Medical History. For more information, see Recording a patient's medical history.

💡 Tip: When you add active problems, chronic disease problems appear at the top of the list.

Once the problems are added to the patient's chart, the Embedded View section at the bottom of the patient Summary view displays the Chronic Care Management view. From here, you see the categories in which the patient falls by their active problem, age, and sex. You can see the service and the date it was last completed. You can also see whether the patient is compliant. 

Below is an example of a patient with only hypertension:

And below is an example of a patient with hypertension and diabetes, where their Lipids are not compliant:

Updated January 7, 2022

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