Web 10.2

Web Version 10.2

Feb 1, 2021

 

Legacy UI

Fixed in this release

We fixed the following issues with this release of web.

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in an error on page 8 and the entire chart view after custom assessment data was saved on the chart.

  • Fixed an issue when adding Plus One Codes for Fire Incident Types. Previously, the available incident types to choose from either be empty or only include a list of those incident types that already had plus one codes created.

  • Fixed an issue where an error was encountered on the “Password Management” screen when attempting to click the “Test Users Against Currently Saved Settings” link.

  • Fixed an issue where the Glucose labs recorded on Page 6 would not display on Custom Reports.

  • A tooltip was added to the Custom Assessment Questions code table to better clarify usage and expected setup.

  • Fixed an issue on the activity log where a ventilator action would show “Ventilator Settings Changed” on page 8 or the entire chart view. The line will now properly reflect the action of “Ventilator Check”.

  • Fixed an issue where the Receiving EMS Agency on Page 1 would not properly save. Users were able to work around this by using the Magnifying Glass lookup instead of selecting from the dropdown menu.

  • Fixed the “tabbing order” (when using the tab button to jump between fields) of the “Create Chart” modal (when creating a new chart).

  • Added some clarification to the Page 5 data validation rule descriptions for secondary exams. Previously it was unclear which selections were NEMSIS v2 versus NEMSIS v3.

  • Fixed an issue on Page 7 related to the name of the crew member saving for Prior Aid Procedures.

  • Fixed an issue where certain medications that were hidden at the system level (and thus at the Command level) could still appear on Page 8 when adding medications as a procedure.

Improved in this Release

  • The Ref/Rec Mode (Transport Mode or Dispatch Mode) on page 1 can now be customized. Service administrators should review their settings in Configuration → Chart → Ref/Rec Mode Setting. Then, review the new code table “Dispatch Mode” and apply settings as desired.

  • Add new medication (Normosol) to medications list.
    The new medication can be enabled for use within a service by selecting the medication from the Command Facility's 'Medications In Use' Code Table.

  • Add new medication (Isolyte S) to medications list.
    The new medication can be enabled for use within a service by selecting the medication from the Command Facility's 'Medications In Use' Code Table.

  • Nitric Oxide has been added to the system medication list.

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for Indiana.

    Changes:

    “RN/LPN” changed to “Registered Nurse” New Abbreviation: “RN”

    Additions:

    “Licensed Practical Nurse” added as unique licensure level; New Abbreviation: “LPN”

    “Nurse Practitioner” added as unique licensure level; New Abbreviation: “NP”

  • The standard signature form has been updated to the latest version to include the COVID-19 Verbal consent checkbox.

  • In the inventory module, when linking items for containers the “link item” functionality has been improved to show the location of the item. This will bring clarity when items of the same name are stored in different locations.

  • Improved the readability of the custom assessment questions and answers on the entire chart page / print out.

  • Removed all references to “SSN” in relation to PIN numbers. The PIN number is not required to be an SSN. Crews should be encouraged to use a number that is NOT their SSN.

  • Added and clarified security privileges related to the Chart Toolbox functionality.

 

 

New UI

These changes are updates for the new user experience on the web and will not impact users in Legacy or Gold.

Fixed in this release

  • Fixed the alignment of the Demote Chart and Advance Chart buttons on page 9.

  • Fixed an issue that prevented additional users from being added to the user roster.

  • Fixed a database error that was encountered when attempting to access the Apparatus Configuration and Occupancy Configuration code tables.

New in this Release

  • The patient identifiers (MRN, CSN, etc) on the patient page will now start with cursor focus when the page is visited so that users can tab through the fields in order as data is entered.

  • Updated the Patient Followup Page and restyled it so that it fits with the look and consistency of other UI elements for the New UI.

  • Updated UI for the following Support pages:

    View Deleted Tickets
    View My Tickets
    View Service Tickets
    Feature Request
    Instant Message
    Service Note /Phone Log
    Chart Info
    Support Documentation
    Support Seminars
    Download Software
    F.A.Q.
    Knowledge Base
    Upload Documentation
    Upload Software
    Support Settings
    Instant Session

 

 

Clinical Content Changes and Additions

 

The changes below will affect BOTH legacy UI and new UI users.

  • “Angiotension II (Giapreza)” has been added to the list of system medications and can be enabled for use on Page 8 by Command Facility software administrators.

    Home >> Command Fac. >> Configuration >> Code Tables >> Medications in Use >> Angiotension II (Giapreza).

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for Kansas.

    Changes:

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician” New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for Wyoming.

    Changes:

    “First Responder” changed to “Emergency Medical Responder”; New Abbreviation: “EMR”

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician” New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

    “EMT Intermediate” changed to “Intermediate EMT”; New Abbreviation: “IEMT”

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for Utah.

    Changes:

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician” New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Intermediate” changed to “Advanced Emergency Medical Technician”; New Abbreviation: “AEMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for Colorado.

    Changes:

    “First Responder” changed to “Emergency Medical Responder”; New Abbreviation: “EMR”

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician” New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

    Additions:

    “Advanced EMT”; Abbreviation: “AEMT”

    “Critical Care Paramedic”; Abbreviation: “P-CC”

    “Community Paramedicine”; Abbreviation: “P-CP”

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for West Virginia.

    Changes:

    “First Responder” changed to “Emergency Medical Responder”; New Abbreviation: “EMR”

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician”; New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Intermediate” changed to “Advanced EMT”; New Abbreviation: “AEMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

  • Amended the existing licensure titles to reflect the appropriate national standard of licensure titles and appropriate NEMSIS 3 licensure export types for North Carolina.

    Changes:

    “First Responder” changed to “Emergency Medical Responder”; New Abbreviation: “EMR”

    “EMT Basic” changed to “Emergency Medical Technician”; New Abbreviation: “EMT”

    “EMT Intermediate” changed to “Advanced EMT”; New Abbreviation: “AEMT”

    “EMT Paramedic” changed to “Paramedic”; New Abbreviation: “MEDIC”

  • Added the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) Pain Scale as an option that can be enabled by Command Facilities for services to use.

    To enable:

    • Log into the service’s Command Facility

    • Click on Configuration in the left-side menu

    • Click on the Code Tables tab

    • Navigate to the Pain Scales code table

    • Select Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT)

    • Click save

  • The Medication "Admelog" has been added to the coded list of medications available under the Patient Allergies section of the Patient Page.

  • Added "BE-FAST" Stroke Screen tool as an option in the list of available Stroke Scales on Page 3 and Page 8. https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015169

    To enable this Stroke Scale for use in a service:

    • Navigate to/login as the Command Facility for that service

    • Click on Configuration

    • Click on Code Tables

    • Select the "Stroke Scales" Code Table

    • Select the options that you wish to be available in the "Stroke Scales" dropdown menu on Pages 3 and 8.

    • Scroll to the bottom of the list of options and click "Save" to save your changes.

  • “Feeds/Formula/EBM” has been added to the list of system medications and can be enabled for use on Page 8 by Command Facility software administrators.

    Home >> Command Fac. >> Configuration >> Code Tables >> Medications in Use >> Feeds/Formula/EBM.