File Upload: Today's Notes
To upload a file in Today’s Notes or the Current Consult, the user has to click the paperclip icon beside the Today’s Notes header. When you hover over the icon, it will display “Upload Consult Attachments”.
When the paperclip icon is clicked, it will launch the File Upload modal for Consults.
Click on Select Files, then a file explorer window will open for you to locate the file you wish to upload.
After locating the file and once successfully uploaded, there will be a hyperlink that will allow the user to view the file either by downloading it or opening it in a new tab.
Click Insert, and you will see that the file has been added to the Today's Notes field or Consultation Notes.
Once the Insert button in the modal is clicked, the file will be available in the (1)Today’s Notes, (2)Past Consultations Notes, and (3)Attachments grid. The hyperlink of the file name will allow the user to view the uploaded files on any of these screens.
Then hit Save.
File Upload: Past Consultations
A new column has been added to the Past Consultations grid. An Attachments column sits between the Duration and Info columns. This column will indicate whether a consult has an attachment or not. If a paperclip icon is present in this column, then this indicates that the specific consult has attachment/s.
When the specific past consultation item is expanded, the user will also be able to view the file via the hyperlink.
A new tab is also introduced under the Clinical tab. The Attachments tab houses ALL the attachments uploaded via Today’s Notes. The grid shows the date the file was uploaded, the filename and file type, and the user who has uploaded the attachment. The filename is also a hyperlink that the user can click to view the file. The file will open in a new browser tab if it is a browser-compatible file and download if it is not a browser-compatible file.
In the future, this may be used to house all attachments under the Clinical tab (Investigations, Correspondence, etc.).
In case you encounter issues uploading files into these areas, please refer to this article. You will be able to see what kind of file types and sizes can be uploaded.