Here we include some screenshots from the application to illustrate the key patterns
This is the landing page, which begins with a chart for all those patients registered in the system
You can see this is within a standard viewport, with north west centre east and south panels.
This UI pattern is aimed at one of the 3 key process levels seen in healthcare, ie aggregate data for research/audit/performance management, eg dashboards etc
A click onto one of those chart then takes us into the next level
Here we see the second level which matches a common pattern in healthcare process, managing discrete groups of patients, eg all those in the Emergency Department, in a particular ward or outpatient clinic
We see the same patterns are used, a standard viewport, with north, west, centre, east and south panels
Here the grid is used in the centre, which can be sorted many ways, with icons for further steps into the next level of detail..
Here a patient has been selected from the Patients Group grid. Again the same view port is used to view this deeper level of detail.
The patient detail data can be grouped by episode or sorted based on other elements.
As a particular element of patient detail is selected the detail is displayed in the east panel.
Also note the filters in the west panel that allow us to filter the patient detail.
Finally see below the pattern used for data entry, with a popup to indicate that this is a transient process …
Following the initial 10days of development, during the VistA Community Meeting (over 2 days), a small team worked on applying this ClinUiP framework onto an existing VistA test box. See the result below..