While the diagnostic imaging integration is set up professionally by a Provet Cloud technician with the help of the device provider, you (or your local Provet Cloud account administrator) still have some settings they can change after the initial setup.
Diagnostic Imaging Integration Settings
You can access diagnostic imaging integration settings by following Settings > General > Integrations > Diagnostic Imaging Settings.
You can select whether the enhanced workflow is in use or not. Enhanced workflow allows creating more specific referrals in terms of target areas, organs and directions.
Resources and Visible Text Fields
Select any resources that will be available on the diagnostic imaging dashboard (a tab on the main dashboard). Select which filter options will be available on the diagnostic imaging dashboard (a tab on the main dashboard).
Managing Imaging Modalities
Under the diagnostic imaging integration settings, there's a section to control available modalities (=devices you have). These modalities are initially set up by a Provet Cloud technician, but you (or your local Provet Cloud account administrator) have some things you can still configure. The modalities are listed as a table, and on each row, you can click on the white pen icon to open up a dialogue to edit selected modal. From that dialogue, you can make some configurations and add target areas (unless you have the enhanced workflow in use, in which case the areas are handled separately).
Procedures, Linked Resources, the Default status
You can select procedures from your item list that will be added to the consultation each time a referral is created from the consultation. You can also link resources, so that each time a referral is created, the respective resource is connected with the consultation. Also, select the default status for any new referral that uses this modality.
Target Area / Organ / Direction
Use the blue addition button to add desired areas/organs/directions. Select a custom name, an optional code and optionally link a procedure that will be added to the consultation when using the area/organ/direction. The info about the name will reach the device and can help users decide when doing diagnostic imaging. If you don't need that info, create just one general area/organ/direction (required for the worklist to work). When using the worklist functions, these different options are available for selection for users.
Diagnostic Imaging Department Settings
Similarly, you have some other department options available that control tasks and requirements.
You can access diagnostic imaging department settings by following Settings > General > Department > Diagnostic Imaging Settings.
Create Tasks When Results Are Ready
The system can create tasks for selected users automatically if the diagnostic imaging results are ready. This can help with internal communication.
You can set additional requirements for the workflow. This can be useful if you have a bigger hospital and separate teams for diagnostic imaging.