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and share additional information that may be of interest.
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ask questions about, the Microsoft Health CUI Design Guidance and Toolkit controls.
The Patient Journey Demonstrator provides exemplar implementations of Microsoft Health CUI guidance, as well as being a showcase for some new ideas.
In our recent update, we made a number of key enhancements to the demonstrator, including:
Presence indicators show you if a clinician is available or not. Adding them for each clinician facilitates shared care, group and remote working practices.
You can now navigate between demonstrators as well as within demonstrators.
We’ve incorporated the Silverlight Patient Banner from the Microsoft Health Common User Interface controls library.
Our new Menu Pearl device allows you to directly access demonstrator features. In this release, Menu Pearl lets you create a consultation.
The star feature of this release is interactive consultation creation - you can easily record a patient’s problem and the associated history. Problems are SNOMED CT encoded as are the examinations and medications, within the limits of the demonstrator (stick to ‘Chest Pain’ and everything will be fine!). Returning to the patient record, you’ll see your data propagated to the appropriate place, including the Medications Views.
Key highlights of the consultation creation feature are:
We’ve incorporated the MedicationsListView control from the Microsoft Health Common User Interface controls library. This is where the data you added in the consultation appears.
We’ve expanded the view with drug detail and frequency columns.
We’ve been busy exploring different ways to represent the DeepZoom ECG data. One of these explorations was to make the full result set look more like the live ECG. This is an easter egg - to enjoy, press F8 once as soon as the demonstrator has loaded and before you navigate to the section.
We’ve added a host of new annotation features to the Angiogram video. You’ll find a tool bar for measuring, inking, drawing marquees, zooming in and going full screen. We provide a collapsible list of the annotation history, the ability to attach a note to each annotation, details of who and when the annotation was made and a frame by frame selector showing which annotations are already on the video and providing navigation to those frames.
Further posts are planned to detail out these features. Send us your feedback or join the discussion on CodePlex.