The 'Problem List Favorite Search Type' user setting allows a user to choose which data is returned in the 'Favorites List' in the Problem List chart tab. Users may find it helpful to change this setting so that the list of favorite items returned are either more or less specific based on usage patterns.
Default Value: Company
- Company: This option shows the top most used problem list items across the entire patient population. This setting works in conjunction with the 'Problem List Favorite Search Days' user setting.
- User: This option shows the top most used problem list items for the logged in user. This setting works in conjunction with the 'Problem List Favorite Search Days' user setting.
- Original Search: This option shows the top most used problem list items across the entire patient population. No time restrictions are applied when using this search.
The 'Problem List Favorite Search Days' user setting allows a user to choose how far back in time to look when generating the 'Favorites List' in the Problem List chart tab. This setting works in conjunction with the Problem List Favorite Search Type user setting.
The reason this setting exists is so that the favorites list displayed shows relevant and timely data. For example, if no time frame existed, iSalus would build a list of favorites based on all of the data in the system. This becomes problematic when a specific code that was used commonly is no longer an acceptable code. Without this setting, you would have to use the "acceptable" code for several years to surpass the "unacceptable" code by usage. However, when a time frame is added, the "unacceptable" code will be used less in this smaller time frame compared to the "acceptable" code.
Default Value: 365 days
- Search Days: Set this to a number of days in the past to look
The 'Problem List Favorite Search Max Rows' user setting allows a user to choose how many items are return in the 'Favorites List' in the Problem List chart tab.
Change this setting in order to limit or expand the number of rows you see in the 'Favorites List'.
Default Value: 100
- Max Rows: This is a numeric value that represent how many rows will be returned
The 'Problem List Summary View' user setting allows a user to decide how the list of problems display on the Problem List chart tab.
Most users will use the more modern view, however, some users may choose to revert to the older layout of this window.
Default Value: Text
- Text: This option display the data in a more modern, easy to understand format.
- Table: This display the data in a grid view. This is the 'older' way of looking at the data.
The 'Search List Type' user setting allows a user to decide which code set the system search against by default in the Problem List chart tab.
Default Value: SNOMED Problem
- ICD: This option causes the problem list to search against the diagnosis codes that have been added to the system via Setup > Diagnosis Codes.
- SNOMED Problem: This option causes the problem list to search against a SNOMED library that are linked to problems. The 'Problem' option means that the SNOMED value can cross-walk into an ICD code.
- SNOMED Full: This option causes the problem list to search against a SNOMED library. This option search across all possible SNOMED terms, regardless if it can be linked to an ICD code.
SNOMED is a industry standard codification mechanism that provides "physician friendly" naming schemes and abbreviations.
The setting is used to identify a list of procedure codes should be added to the Vitals Timeline graph when a user selects the Procedures icon. This can be a specific list of codes separated by a comma (i.e. 99213, 99205) or a range of codes (99203-99205).
This setting works in unison with the Company Setting of the same name. If the company setting is set and the user setting is not, the company setting will be applied.
Default Value: blank
Options: A comma separated list of procedure codes and/or a range of cpt codes. Also, 'NONE' can be added to force the procedures off for the user.
The setting is used to identify a list of wireframes (logical grouping of lab result values) that should be added to the Vitals Timeline graph. This can be a specific list of values, separated by a comma.
This setting works in unison with the Company Setting of the same name. If the user setting is set, this will trump the Company Setting.
Default Value: cbc, chem-7
Options: Add a list of comma separated values (the underlined word is the value).
- White Blood Cells (WBC)
- Hemoglobin (Hgb)
- Platelets (plts)
- Hematocrit (Hct)
- Sodiium (Na)
- Chloride (Cl)
- Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
- Potassium (K)
- Bicarbonate (HCO3)
- Creatinine (Crt)
- Hemoglobin A1c (HgbA2c)
- Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT)
- Albumin (ALB)
- Bilirubin, Total (BilT)
- Alkaline Phospatase (ALK)
- Bilirrubin, Direct (BilD)
- Viral Load
- Cholesterol, Total
- HDL Cholesterol (HDL)
- LDL Cholesterol (LDL)
- Cholesterol/HDL Ratio (Ratio)
- Calcium (Ca)
- Phosphorous (PO4)
- Uric Acid (UA)
- Albumin/Creatnine (Alb/Cr)
- Creatinine (Creat)
- Post Void Residual (PVR)
- Free T3
The setting is used to determine if the Medication section of the Summary chart tab displays a medications SIG information or if it only displays the drug name and dosage.
When the setting is off, the Summary window will display medication information like this:
When the setting is on, the Summary window will display medication information like this:
Default Value: Off
The setting is used to determine if the Table View or the Graph View is displayed when clicking on a Vitals Clinical Marker on the timeline. By default, all users see the Graph View. If the setting is on for you user, you will see the Table View.
When the setting is off, the Graph View will be displayed by default:
When the setting is on, the Table View will be displayed by default:
Default Value: Off (graph view)
To set this setting, a user may follow the below steps:
- Open the Search menu from the upper right corner.
- Choose User Settings from the menu.
- Search for the Table View setting. It will be the first option - click on the Vitals Summary Table View setting.
- Turn on the setting by checking the box.
- Click OK to save.