tQuest 4.0.8

No. of reports: 9


ID:14948 Suggestion

A tool to assist a user in the establishing the correct configuration of the browser to support the use of tQuest has been added to the system. The tool checks the current system configuration and highlights areas which may need to be looked at. It then displays guidance appropriate to the version of the browser being used.

ID:17007 Feature

Label Printing – The print template layouts have been revised to allow for more configuration. It is now possible to identify on a per practice basis the type of label printer in use and the print template required for it.

ID:17077 Feature

tQuest administration – UI changes to enable a practice to be associated with a printer type.

ID:17078 Feature

tQuest administration – A new administrative interface for print template configuration has been added.

ID:17079 Feature

tQuest Administration – An administration interface for the management of Print ProFormas has been added to the system.

ID:17119 Feature

Primary care requesting – The ‘Test Printout’ page now displays details of the print templates that are configured for the practice and the type of printing configured (A4/Zebra labels/Other labels etc.) It also displays information to inform the user what they should expect to receive from a printing test.

ID:17138 Feature

A printer configuration assistant has been added to the system, as a stand alone tool to aid in the setting up of QTPrintX and ScriptX on client machines.

ID:17186 Suggestion

Secondary Care requesting – To cater for the situation whereby a request starts out as radiology only, and the answers provided to the radiology end question group (EQG) require that pathology items are requested, a new EQG has be made integral to tQuest to ensure that the sample collection intention for the pathology items is known.

ID:17291 Feature

Radiology requesting – A change has been made to support a requirement that within the Radiology Vetting ancillary module that the urgency of an individual ordered item can be overridden. Urgency is standardly set at the request level.

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