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This user manual describes how to manage OSCAR functionality, for both administrators and end users. The manual also contains a section on the CAISI software system, where it is integrated with OSCAR, and how to use it.

1. Alpha Form

Developing the Patients Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment

Alpha Form


For the basic annual physical. Both forms have a link to the Annual Review Planner, which suggests further actions depending on the patient’s conditions.

From Provider View Only

Version 1

Annual (version 1)


Version 2

Annual (version 2, page 1)
Annual (version 2, page 2)

Annual Review Planner

Annual Review Planner

3. Antenatal Record 1 & 2

AR1, AR2 and Antenatal Planner are combined and linked in one form accessible through the AR form .

From the Provider View Only

The links at the top allow you to flip from one from to the other (AR1, AR2, Planner) with pertinent information carried forward to the next form or the planner. There are two versions: AR (the original) and AR 2005 (an updated version).

NOTE: You must fill in the FINAL EDB for future EDB reports and for the Antenatal Planner to work.

  1. Complete the form with all the appropriate Pregnancy Summary, Obstetric History, Medical History and Physical Exam. NOTE: All of the 48 underlined topics under ‘Medical History and Physical Exam’ are hot links to further information on each of these topics.
  2. At the bottom of the AR1 section there is a text box to add extensive comments about medical history and the physical examination
  3. Type the doctors name in the ‘Signature of Attendant’ box
  4. When you have completed the form click on the SAVE button at the top or the bottom of the form.
  5. To Print, click the PRINT button after you have saved it
  • After the EDB entry in the first AR1 report, the program calculates the dates and adds a check list for every 4 week visit in the Antenatal Planner
  • NEXT VISIT: In the Encounter window, click on the arrow beside ‘Current Forms’ under the FORMS heading on the left side of the Encounter window and continue to enter the information for the visit
  • Every time you go into a ‘Current’ AR form and edit the form, the form with the last visit will move down to ‘Old Forms’ and the NEW Edited form will be in ‘Current Forms’. You can see each edited form in the ‘Old Forms’ list with a Created date and an Edited date for the legal paper trail.

AR 1

Antenatal Record 1

AR 2 (pages 1 & 2)

Antenatal Record 2 (p.1)

Antenatal Record 2 (p.2)

The Antenatal Planner
  1. After the FINAL EDB has been filled in on the AR1 form and the form SAVED, you can click on the Antenatal Planner link at the bottom right corner of the form.
  2. Check off the appropriate Past OB History, the Resources you have discussed with the patient and the General Nutrition
  3. When you click on the SAVE button, the program creates a checklist for each visit based on the check boxes you checked off
  4. The notes in blue are points/actions needed for Residents to be aware of when they are caring for an OB patient
  5. Each week the patient comes in for a visit, there is an appropriate checklist of tasks or information to discuss with the patient and risk factors for that stage of the pregnancy.

Antenatal Planner

Editing The AR Risks or Check List

For the ADVANCED USER that wants to edit the list to suit their particular practice, there is an EDIT feature for the AR Risks or the Check List topics.

  1. In the Antenatal Planner screen, click on the EDIT links in the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. This is a simple XML file that you can use to change the words for the discussion topics or check list.
  3. There is a link to ‘View the Risk Number’ to give you a reference point
  4. Be sure to save your work
  • CAUTION: This changes the AR forms for the WHOLE clinic, so this should only be done by those experienced in this format.

4. Cost Questionnaire

Study questionnaire assessing the health care costs associated with the patient over a 9 month period. Adapted from SLU cost questionnaire.

Cost Questionnaire

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5. Growth Charts

CDC US Growth Charts are used for patients aged 2 – 20 years in order to document their growth.

You can print graphs charting your patient's growth in height and weight, as well as in BMI.  You must calculate the BMI yourself, and you may use the calculator in the patient’s E-Chart, if you wish.

Growth Chart Form

Growth Charts

Growth Chart Graph

Growth Chart Graph


6. Home FAST

The Home Falls and Accidents Screening Tool (Home FAST) is a study tool used to assess the patient’s home for potential fall and accident hazards.


7. Invoice Form

Personal Invoice Form for the patient, with all the relevant information from the patient’s chart filled in.

Invoice Form


8. Lab Requisition Forms

Shows a sample lab requisition form. For provider view only.

Lab Requisition Form

9. Mental Health Forms

Requesting a referral to a counselor or psychiatrist.

Clicking on any of the numbered text and it will put the number in the box at the bottom of the list. Because numbers are used for these forms, the data can be retrieved for statistics at a later date more accurately than free text.

Mental Health Form


10. Mini Mental State Exam

For assessment of dementia.

Mini Mental State Exam


11. Ovulation

This form is for tracking a woman’s ovulation, as well as other important factors when attempting to become pregnant.



12. Palliative Care Patient Care Flowsheet

For developing a palliative care assessment plan.

Palliative Care Patient Care Flowsheet

13. Risk Assessment

Self administered questions used in self-report index.

Risk Assessment



14. Rourke Record

Tracking the baby’s development up to five years of age.

Instructions for Use

  1. Fill in the form for the week of the visit
  2. Click the SAVE button after you have made changes
  3. Once you have entered the first data with head circumference, weight and height (ALL METRIC MEASURMENTS) the program will calculate the graph.
  4. GRAPH LINK: only appears at the top of the form AFTER you have entered and saved the initial height, weight and circumference of head information. The graph will plot the child’s (length vs. age, weight vs. age) and (head circumference vs. age, length vs. weight)
  5. Hot links give you the description of each topic that was previously on the back of the form

Page 1

Rourke (p.1)

Page 2

Rourke (p.2)

Page 3

Rourke (p.3)
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15. T2 Diabetes Form

Tracking a patient with type 2 diabetes.

T2 Diabetes Form

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16. Two Minute Walk Test

Instructions for administering the 2 Minute Walk Test and the Lower Extremity Function Test.

Two Minute Walk

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