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A new version of the Patient Journey Demonstrator is now available. This release has focused on creating some rich capabilities around clinical noting and terminology encoding. Microsoft Health CUI has partnered with Health Language Inc.to build SNOMED Clinical Terms® into the demonstrator, allowing experimentation with creating information-rich notes.
This release also includes an exciting new way to highlight and annotate the ECG charts displayed in the Deep Zoom technology of Microsoft® Silverlight™ and an all-new Show Guide feature that gives even more information about each screen, and links straight to the relevant information on our own www.mscui.net.
The demonstrator now also displays better at lower resolutions. Using scaling, the application can size to lower resolutions, without losing any information from the screen. Shrinking the application in one direction can even increase the amount of data shown!
The SNOMED CT® Web Service is provided by Health Language Inc. and used by permission of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHT SDO). All rights reserved.
We have provided two different ways to add clinical terms: Single Concept Matching and Free Text Matching. Both methods can be found in the Add a consultation section of the Primary Care Demonstrator.
Where Deep Zoom technology has been used to visualize the patient’s ECG charts, the capability to add highlighting and notes to the charts and have them move around in a really dynamic way has been added.
Clicking Show Guide (in the top right corner) shows a new dynamic help and guidance system. The demonstrator dims a little and overlays appear showing what you can do on the various panels. Further, it highlights where Microsoft Health CUI guidance and controls have been used and provides links to the related pages:
We hope you enjoy using the new features in the Patient Journey Demonstrator. Please provide feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or on our CodePlex Discussion Boards.