Presentation on theme: "VistA Imaging Capture via Import. 2October 2007 The information in this documentation includes only new and updated functionality of the software after."— Presentation transcript:
2October 2007 The information in this documentation includes only new and updated functionality of the software after the installation of patch MAG*3.0*59. Users who have questions about the VistA Imaging software may send an e-mail to the VistA Imaging Education Project Managers at: VHAOIHSITESNTEOVistAImaging@va.gov
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 3October 2007 To select a specific topic, click the corresponding link: Configuration Buttons Import Directories Importing Images Batch Captures New Functionality To view all information, press ENTER to continue.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 4October 2007 Logon by clicking the VistA Imaging Capture icon on your desktop or by clicking Start Programs VistA Imaging Programs and VistA Imaging Capture.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 5October 2007 Or, you can open CPRS select a patient and click Tools, VistA Imaging Capture.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 6October 2007 After entering a valid VistA Access and Verify code, the Image Capture window will be displayed. This is an example of a “generic” workstation configuration. It is suggested that Configuration Buttons be created for the workstation, which will ensure accuracy, consistency, and efficiency in the Image import process.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 7October 2007 To create a Configuration button for Imported images select Configurations, Configuration Settings, All Settings. More information about Configuration buttons is available in the VistA Imaging Workstation Configuration document.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 8October 2007 Make the appropriate selections in the Workstation Configuration Window for Source, Format, Mode, Association, and Images Saved as. Select the Save Settings As option to give the Configuration button a name.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 9October 2007 If the Batch box is checked before changing the Images Saved as: to Study (Group) a confirmation message will be displayed.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 10October 2007 It is suggested that the options shown here be selected for Batch Imports.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 11October 2007 Import Directory options can be specified for the workstation by clicking Tools and Import Options. If the Source has been set to Import, the Import Directory Options can be selected. There are options to Remove a directory from the list and to set a Default Directory.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 12October 2007 The Add Directory button will allow specific file folders to be added to the list. Click Add for each directory you wish to place in the Import Directory List and click Close when you have finished making your selections. There is also an option to automatically add selected directories to the list if that box is checked.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 13October 2007 To begin the Import process select a Configuration button if applicable, or click Source and select Import from the choices. Click Saving and select either Single Image or Study (Group).
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 14October 2007 Click the Select Patient button and follow the instructions at the top of the Patient Lookup window.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 15October 2007 If the Select Progress Note button is clicked before the Select Patient button, the Patient Lookup window will display. A patient must be selected before the process can continue.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 16October 2007 There are three ways to attach imported images, such as digital photos, to a Progress Note: Select an existing Progress Note Create an Addendum Create a new Progress Note from within VistA Imaging.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 17October 2007 To import and attach an image to an existing note, click the Select Note tab, choose a Progress Note from the list, and click OK.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 18October 2007 To make an Addendum, select a note from the list and check the Make Addendum box. The Addendum Status options will be displayed next to the text entry area. The Electronically Filed option requires the MAG NOTE E-FILE security key. The creation of an Addendum should be done in accordance with the local HIMS policy.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 19October 2007 To create a Progress Note from within VistA Imaging click the Create New Note tab.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 20October 2007 Select the Visit Location by typing in the first few characters of the name of the location as shown here. Select the note title from the list and select the New Note Status. The option “Electronically Filed” for both New Notes and Addendums should only be used within the local HIMS policies.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 21October 2007 After selecting a note, creating an addendum, or creating a new note, the Capture window will be displayed again. There is a new field called Doc/Image Date. This field and the Note Date field can be edited if the dates are not the same.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 22October 2007 When selecting the Note Date or Doc/Image Date you can type a date in the field or click the button to display a calendar and select the date. Choosing a time is not required.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 23October 2007 Time Saving Tips To change the month click the name of the month instead of the left and right arrows. To change the year click the year and use the up and down arrows.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 24October 2007 Each of the Index fields need to be filled in as seen in this example.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 25October 2007 The ‘Hold Value’ option is used to retain the settings of the Index Fields. To add a ‘Hold Value’, right-click the name of an Index Field and left-click the push-pin, or click the Configurations menu option and Select ‘Hold’ Values. Place a check-mark next to the fields to have a ‘Hold Value’.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 26October 2007 This is an example of the Index Fields with ‘Hold Values’.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 27October 2007 The Long Description text box can be expanded or collapsed in the Capture window by clicking the blue double arrow.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 28October 2007 Directly above the Import Directory List is the file path to the currently selected directory, a blue double arrow icon, and a file folder icon. The blue double arrow icon will expand or collapse the Import Directory List. The file folder icon will display the Files to Import window, as seen on the next slide.
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VistA Imaging Capture via Import 30October 2007 After the patient, progress note, and index fields have been populated, images can be selected to import. In this example a single image has been selected in the Import List.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 31October 2007 Image manipulation tools are located above the Capture window and can also be accessed by clicking the Image menu option, or by right-clicking the image in the Capture window.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 32October 2007 After verifying the quality of the image, click the capture button and a confirmation message will display. If the user clicks OK, the image will be saved to the patients’ record. If the user selects Cancel the capture process will be aborted.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 33October 2007 In this example there are entries in the Import List. The Batch check-box has been selected, which displays the Batch Capture List.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 34October 2007 Images in the Import List can be selected individually or in multiples. The single and double blue arrows are used to move images between the Batch Capture List and the Import List.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 35October 2007 The capture window is shown here after moving three images to the Batch Capture List. If no image is selected in the Batch Capture List, the system will automatically select the first image when saving images to the patients’ record. If a specific image should be saved first, select the image of interest and move it to the top of the Batch Capture List. The Import List and the Batch Capture List enable “drag-and-drop” to any location in either list. Multiple images can be selected for dragging to a new location.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 36October 2007 Click the Capture button and a confirmation message will display. Click OK on the confirmation message and the Batch Capture Image Description window will appear. Enter descriptive text for each image captured. The progress note title is the default text, as seen here.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 37October 2007 After the Batch Capture Image Descriptions have been completed, click the Study Complete button. The Study Group is Complete window will display. Entry of additional information is optional. Click OK to finish the process.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 38October 2007 There are several new icons displayed in the Capture window. Click Options, Icon/Shortcut Key Legend, and select the appropriate tab to view the icons and their meanings.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 39October 2007 If Vista Imaging Capture is started from the CPRS Tools option and there is an image displayed in the Capture window, and then a patient change is made in CPRS, VistA Imaging Capture will automatically change patients to match. A warning panel will be displayed that overlays the ‘Image OK’ button as seen here.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 40October 2007 In order to comply with Section 508, which is a Federal law that requires Government documents be accessible to individuals with disabilities, the Menu Options now have shortcut key combinations.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 41October 2007 For additional information select the Help menu. The Contents option will redirect the user to an on-line Help program.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 42October 2007 Users may also select Use Internet Explorer for help to view the HELP files. Click Contents after selecting the Internet Explorer option.
VistA Imaging Capture via Import 43October 2007 Additional information resources related to VistA Imaging: VistA Imaging Training Home Page: http://vaww.VistAU.Med.VA.Gov/VI Health Systems Design & Development Imaging System Home Page: http://vaww.va.gov/imaging http://vaww.va.gov/imaging Health Information Management Scanning Home Page: http://vaww.vhaco.va.gov/him/scanning.asp