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Interweave Portal - Ideas

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Reduce time taken to context launch from EPR

Currently it is taking approximately 12 seconds to context launch the portal from YSFTs CPD context launch. Are there any metrics around time taken to launch the portal from other EPRs? Is there any way that the background processes could be revie...
Gayle Guthrie 6 months ago in  6 In progress

Reporting tool

Organisations using the Interweave Portal are requesting reports or data to show usage of the portal. They need to look at individual usage and patterns around this, like frequency and times of use, and also to see what panels and data are being u...
Tara Athanasiou over 1 year ago in  10 In progress

Interweave Portal panels to reflect YHCR data and mapping standards

To support clinical safety testing in sandpit and live and improve end-user experience the panels in the Interweave Portal need to reflect the YHCR data mapping and standards. This will enable clinical safety officers to review and approve data, s...
Tara Athanasiou over 1 year ago in  3 In progress

Care Portal launch from EMIS

EMIS GP users in Leicestershire would like to access the portal via contextual launch. Launching the browser in a separate window has previously been rejected by EMIS but more conversations are needed to outline our approach. To mitigate the limit...
Dalia Stasiulyte about 2 years ago in  0 In progress

Consistent Title Case - for page titles/menu items on navigation sidebar

As reported by a pilot user within LLR. LLRCR page titles and menu items specifically that need amending are Allergies and Adverse Reactions and Episodes of Care (like End of Life...). Many thanks
Kerry Cyster 9 months ago in  1 In progress