1. Haiku provides authorized clinical users of Epic’s Electronic Health Record with secure access to clinic schedules, hospital patient lists, health summaries, test results and notes.
Your organization needs to license Haiku and be on Epic’s 2012 version or greater and will determine the exact feature set and any applicable charges for your use of Haiku. If you are unsure whether you can use Haiku, please contact your administrative staff.
Good start but serious work needed
I have used Haiko for the good part of a year. I am in the move a lot around the hospital and it helps to quickly check a lab or someone else's notes as these things change constantly. Two issues for me are areas of improvement. I am not able to view all notes and sometimes that is frustrating. Other is I am unable to look up ahead schedule on status board all I have is today's board. And A lot of time I wanna see if a patient's procedure has been scheduled and what time like next week. I would be super valuable if we can dictate or addend notes using Haiko as I think it should be easy to make use of the phones keyboard and it will save valuable time and add usability of the app.
Can’t install limerick
I have been using Haiku and Canto for months now, but the limerick app never seems to show up on my Apple Watch. Am I doing something wrong? That said, Haiku is super handy for looking up labs and X-ray studies but as of this writing has no ability to write notes or for order entry. I understand some limited CPOE is coming, but for my most common orders - admissions and discharges, Haiku (and I believe Canto, too) - mobile apps are a no go.
Would be better if Touch ID worked
I think the most frustrating thing is that the Touch ID works probably 25% of the time. They have not fixed it, despite multiple updates. Also, the In Basket part is confusing and hard to use correctly. It’s simply easier to find a computer, log in, and respond to In Basket messages and results that way.