This document summarizes the new features, changes, and major fixes for the next release version of SHIIP.
SHIIP is scheduled to be upgraded to version 3.8.0 and available for use on February 13th 2019.
This release focuses on bug fixes, usability improvements and mobile responsiveness.
Below communicates the most notable changes and improvements. For a detailed list that includes the technical details, please email us at SHIIP@kflaph.ca
Various security patches & improvements throughout the application.
Users should no longer see an error when they do not have permission to view notifications.
Many minor bug fixes throughout the Organization Management module (for Administrators only).
Accounts that have been locked due to too many unsuccessful login attempts can now be unlocked via the user interface (for Administrators only).
A user’s Last Login date is now displayed correctly when viewing/editing their user profile.
Fixed an issue where Administrators would inadvertently create duplicate organizations.
Fixed an issue that was causing some Coordinated Care Plans (CCP) to show an error when a user would attempt to print.
Improved responsiveness on every SHIIP web page for smaller devices such as tablets and smartphones.
Administrators can now delete an Access Group on the ‘Manage Access Security’ page.
The first version of the Coordinated Care Plan has been stripped out of the application. You can still download a PDF of the archived CCP if desired. (Note: this is only available for patients that had an archived CCP)
An ‘Administrator Notes’ section has been added to both Organization and User profiles. Administrators can enter any information they deem useful. Note: This information is viewable to other administrators.
The top-right patient search has been redesigned for ease-of-use and improved performance.
The primary care provider search on the Create Patient page has been redesigned for ease-of-use and improved performance.
Users can now override a patient to ‘Complex’ without selecting any additional complex conditions.
Descriptions have been added to each of the Health Links indicators.
Addictions & Mental Health data (for users in the South East LHIN) now supports receiving contact information.
Administrators can now update a user’s username (email address).
Various updates to 3rd party resources & libraries used by SHIIP.