Synapse EHR 1.1 An Electronic Charting Simulation Exercise 1st Edition
Michelle Heller, CMA (AAMA), RMA
ISBN-13: 9781435498174 | ISBN-10: 1435498178
© 2010 | Published |  72  Pages

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Synapse EHR 1.1 is a generic educational software program that teaches users to build patient electronic records and to record information that is routinely entered by the medical assistant. Synapse EHR 1.1 exercises simulate the most common tasks the medical assistant performs in the medical office.

System Requirements

• Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP (Service Pack 3), or Vista (Service Pack 1), MS Office 2003, MS Office 2007
• Pentium or Celeron PC with 300 MHz or higher processor recommended; 233 MHz minimum required
• 128 megabytes of RAM or higher recommended
• 1.5 gigabytes of available hard disk space (If using a USB Flash Drive, must have atleast 50MB of free space available)
• Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution video adapter and monitor
• CD-ROM or DVD drive; USB port if using a USB Flash Drive
• Keyboard and mouse or compatible pointing device



  • Introduction to Synapse.
    Instructions for Initial Setup.
    Changing Your Username and Password.
    Description of Icons Used in Synapse.
    Synapse Version 1.1 Exercises.
    Module I.
    Module II.
    Module III.
    Module IV.
    Competency Checklist.
    Certificate of Completion.

    • Develop chief complaints and enter vital signs
    • Create lab requisitions and prescriptions
    • Practice log documentation in a variety of global logs and individual patient logs
    • Design letters using an easy template format
    • Print educational forms for patients with specific problems
    For more information about these supplements, or to obtain them, contact your Learning Consultant

    • Currently a faculty member at Columbus State Community College, Michelle Heller has worked in health care and health care education for the past 30 years. She has received a variety of “Outstanding Teacher” awards from institutions in which she has taught, as well as the Ohio Council of Private Career Schools and Colleges. A frequent presenter and the author of multiple textbooks, Heller has served as both director of education and director of the Medical Assisting Program for the Ohio Institute of Health Careers. She also serves on the ABHES Medical Assisting programmatic accreditation committee.