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 3.4.0 and available for use on March 26th 2018.
Below communicates the most notable changes and improvements. For a detailed list that includes the technical details, please email us at SHIIP@kflaph.ca
This release focuses on improvements to the Audit Tool, adding a new Consent Management tool, simplifying the Patient Creation process, and many other minor improvements.
New Enhancements and Features
The Audit Tool has been overhauled for an improved administrator experience.
A Consent Management Tool has been added to SHIIP for easier maintenance of patient consent directives.
If you navigate away from checked-out CCP pages, SHIIP now shows you a list of which pages you are editing and the time remaining on your check-out.
Patient Creation has been significantly simplified and separated from the “My Identifiers” page of the CCP. This allows creation of a patient without automatically creating a CCP. The creation form now consists of five required fields and attempts to prevent users from creating patients that already exist.
A ‘Cancel’ check-out button has been added to each CCP page when they are being edited. This allows users to discard any changes without saving the document.
Users can now bulk-add patients to a Watch List in Watch List Management.
Updated wording / reasoning when patient creation does not succeed.
User-entered lists (using bullet points/dashes) on text boxes in the CCP should now be maintained when viewed as a PDF.
Several minor visual updates to the Addictions & Mental Health page within a Patient Profile.
A CTAS column has been added to the emergency department activity tab on the Home page.
SHIIP now enforced a five-year data retention policy. All data older than five years is automatically deleted.
Fixed an issue where clicking on the “In Hospital” badge would re-direct to a “Page Not Found” error.
When viewing an archived CCP (version 1), the patient header should now display appropriately.
The ‘Password Reset’ feature used by Help Desk team members should now work as expected.