HIPS - Release Note v7.3

HIPS v7.3 is a minor release that provides the following important functionality improvements:

  • Goals of Care document type introduced for upload and display 
  • Advance Care Planning document type now also supported for upload 
  • User interface enhancements: 
    • Improved Advance Care Information indicator on Patient Summary screen, covering:
      • Goals of Care documents
      • Advance Care Planning documents
      • Advance Care Directive Custodian Record documents
    • New Advance Care Information screen focussed on:
      • Goals of Care documents
      • Advance Care Planning documents
      • Advance Care Directive Custodian Record documents
  • Enhancements for HL7 ADT and ORU messages:
    • Enhanced validation of HL7 message fields
    • Improved processing of edge cases
    • Alignment to HL7 standard for representation and interpretation of null values
Identifier: 
DH-2983:2020
Date: 
17-04-2020
SHA256 Checksum: 
0de63162c3f83bb79190ccf7210a6c32c68025312734b8b9c6c8e1af73c7b60e
Type: 
application/pdf
Size: 
409.98 KB
Release history
Product component
Identifier: 
DH-2967:2019

The defect fix was incorporated to address an issue identified in the HIPS 7.2 minor release in relation to patients without IHI not appearing in the Patients without IHI list in HIPS UI.

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