tQuest 4.1.2

No. of reports: 8

04-08-2015

Evo 15444 – New Feature

tQuest functional enhancement – tQuest now supports the use of non-English patient identifiers in place of NHS Numbers – for example, CHI Numbers in Scotland.

Evo 20576 – New Feature

tQuest UI functional enhancement – It is now possible for EMIS Health support to configure the maximum height of the ‘Ordered Items Pane’ in Primary/Secondary care requesting. There are separate configurations for Primary Care requesting and Secondary Care requesting. The Ordered Items Pane can be configured to have a maximum height between 5 (ordered items) and 25 (ordered items). Please note that this is the maximum height, and it may appear as smaller. The height is calculated based on the presence of other fields in the request screen, and then truncated if it exceeds the configured maximum. It does not stretch to the configured height. By default, there is no configured maximum.

Evo 20727 – New Feature

tQuest Administration – It is now possible to associate a Consultant with a Specialty.

Evo 20728 – New Feature

tQuest Administration – It is now possible to associate a Location to a Site. For example Ward A is at Hospital site X.

Evo 20767 – New Feature

tQuest Administration – The Add/Modify Practice Dialog has additional configuration options when the tQuest system includes the Community Order Printing Ancillary system.

Evo 20769 – New Feature

Practices and orderables can now be configured for Community Order Printing (COP) requesting. In tQuest Administration, the Add/Modify Pathology Orderable Dialog has additional configuration options when the tQuest system includes the Community Order Printing tQuest Ancillary system. In the Primary Care Request Screen, additional options for ‘Collect Sample’ may be displayed at practices which are configured to use COP. Requests for COP will not print pathology and will place the request into the COP tQuest Ancillary system for processing.

Evo 20772 – New Feature

tQuest functional enhancement – This development relates to the internal interface used by the Community Order Printing tQuest Ancillary system.

Evo 21554 – New Feature

Core tQuest, has now been rebranded to EMIS Health.

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