PCC EHR Report Library

The Report Library in PCC EHR is a suite of reports designed to give you useful and meaningful access to information in the EHR. New reports are introduced with each new PCC release.

Open the Report Library

You can access the Report Library from the Reports menu in PCC EHR.

Permissions Based: Access to the Report Library is controlled by a user role permission in the User Administration tool. For more help, contact your practice’s system administrator or PCC Support.

Find a Report

The Report Library organizes your reports into categories, making it easy to find exactly the report you need. Reports can appear in more than one category, and you can put your own custom reports into categories for easy reference.

All Reports: The category “All Reports” includes all reports in the Report Library.

Run a Report

To run any report in the Report Library, select the report from the library:

Then enter your search criteria and click Generate:

PCC EHR will remember your most recent criteria choices while you work with the report. If you generate the report and discover you want to make a slight adjustment to your criteria, just click “Back”, and you will be returned to the criteria selection page with your most recent choices still filled in.

Your results will appear in tabular form.

The results page has a few different sections:

  • Your search criteria are displayed at the top of the report. You can use the Columns drop-down to select which columns to display.
  • The body of the report, which contains the results of your search in tabular format.
  • Navigation buttons. You can print the report, export it to a pdf or csv file, go back to enter different search criteria, or close the report.

Sort Your Results: You can sort on a column by clicking on the column header. To sub-sort on other columns, simply hold the Shift key and click the column headers for your secondary sort, tertiary sort, and so on.

Create Custom Reports

You can generate and save custom reports in PCC EHR.

To create a custom report, click the “Customize Report” button at the bottom of any existing report.

Here you can give the report a new title and description, assign any number of categories, and select which criteria you want to appear on the report. Selection boxes here are sticky, so any options you choose on the Customize Report screen will be the default selections when you run the report.

When you have made your selections, click “Preview”.

In this report preview, you can select which columns will display by default when you run the new report. You can also click “Back” to make any adjustments. To save the new report, click “Save As”.

Once you have saved your new report, you can run it just like any other report. It will appear in the Report Library listed alphabetically in each category you assigned it to.

Editing and Deleting Existing Reports

You can edit or delete any custom report. When you open the report, click the “Customize Report” button.

Report Index

Below is a current list of PCC-created reports available through the Report Library in PCC EHR.

  • Care Plans By Date: Find and lists all patients with care plans at your practice.
  • Document Modification Report: Find documents by user, date, time, and/or category. This report can be used to find documents attached to the wrong patient or all documents in a particular category.
  • Immunization Administration Count: Display the number of vaccines administered during a date range.
  • Immunization Administration Details: View vaccine administration details for a given date range, including funding source, VFC eligibility, insurance policies and administering user.
  • Orders by Visit: List of appointments that include selected order types.
  • Patient Diagnoses by Date: Generate, print, and share trends in patient care.
  • Patient Ethnicity Breakdown: help meet vulnerable patient population requirements found in PCMH.
  • Patient Immunization Administration Summary: Generate a list of patient vaccine histories for specified vaccines and number of administrations.
  • Patient Primary Preferred Language Breakdown: help meet vulnerable patient population requirements found in PCMH.
  • Patient Race Breakdown:help meet vulnerable patient population requirements found in PCMH.
  • Patient Sex Breakdown:help meet vulnerable patient population requirements found in PCMH.
  • Patient Visits By Protocol: Find patient visits based on the protocol of the visit.
  • Patients Linked to a Portal User: List of patients linked to a portal user.
  • Portal Activity for Patient: Find portal activity for a specific patient.
  • Portal Activity for Portal User: Find the portal activity for a specific portal user.
  • Portal Message Response Time: Time between the receipt of a portal message and the response.
  • Portal User List: List of portal users including creation date and date of last activity.
  • Portal Users By Appointment Date: List of appointments and associated patients and portal users.
  • Portal Users Linked to a Patient: Find all portal users linked to a patient. This report can be used to determine who has access to a patient’s records and who has accessed those records.
  • Prescription Activity: Prescription activity.
  • Prescription Count by Drug Name: Number of prescriptions issued during a specified date range and listed by drug name.
  • Prescription Count by Provider: Number of prescriptions issued during a specified date range listed by provider.
  • Prescription Formulary by Provider: View ratios of On-Formulary versus Non-Formulary prescriptions, broken down by prescriber.
  • Prescription Safety Warnings: Number of prescription safety warnings presented to prescribers by date range, prescriber and warning type.
  • Vaccine Inventory Reconciliation Worksheet: Compare PCC EHR vaccine inventory with vaccine inventory in the refrigerator.
  • Vaccine Inventory Transaction Log: View increases and decreases for a single vaccine lot to verify inventory quantity.
  • Visits by Billing Status: This report identifies visits that are waiting to be billed.
  • Last modified: March 16, 2018