The latest version of CTcue is ready for rollout: v4.5.0. Below is a more detailed overview of some of the bigger changes in this version, besides some minor improvements and bug fixes. To read the full release notes, click here.
For admins there may be moments when they need to be able to check specific actions in the app, such as who has had access to specific patient IDs or who has shared a project with the CTcue Hub. These types of actions are stored in a log and can now be searched from the Administrator panel. To prevent admins from having to scroll through thousands of log records, there is an option to specify several filters before exporting the log data. Admins can filter by date range, users, projects, patient ID and/or specific event types. An export summary provides a convenient overview of the expected output, so users know how much data they can expect before they export and download the audit logs. The output will be provided in an excel file.
Created results from scratch
Since version 4.1.1 we have added the option to create a result when the data you have found is not fully complete or correct. However, it is also possible that no data is found within the EHR and the field remains empty. In some specific cases, users may have found the relevant matching data in external sources outside of CTcue and want to add this to the overview. In that scenario, we allow users to create a result from scratch, so that their data is as complete as can be. The functionality is the same as the regular created result, but the fields will be empty (as no data was found) and can be populated by the user as needed. Please note that this data is only stored in the CTcue project and will not be added to the EHR.
CTcue hub changes
The CTcue hub allows users to share projects with users in other hospitals, so that they can run the same query on their data. The hub is used by more and more users, so to improve collaboration we have made a few changes. First off, we have made it easier to share projects through the CTcue hub by allowing users to share their project straight from the project settings page. Users that have access to the CTcue hub will find this option on the Sharing tab. From there they will have to provide a few details about the project before sharing the project.
Once a project is shared, the receiving person will get a notification in the app and an email to make them aware of the shared project. When they import the project into their own hospital, then the original project owner will receive a notification about this as well. That way, you know that the project is being picked up in the shared hospital. In the original project, the owner can see an overview of all the shared users and manage their access or update the latest version of the project with the hub.
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