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27.3Layout Manager


Select the Layout Manager option on the Design menu to do various editing from one location.



Figure 27 30: Layout Manager Option

Cut: use this button to cut the selected object.

Copy: use this button to copy the selected object to be pasted to another section.

Add: use this button to add an object to a particular section.





Figure 27 31: Add an Object Window

Delete: use this button to delete a selected object.

Properties: use this button to view and edit he properties of a selected object.

About: use this button to view information about the selected object and the version of the object.


27.4Importing GUI Templates


GUI templates from other sites can be imported into the EHR using the VC Manager application.

27.5Communications Tab


When you click the Communications tab, right-click on the RPMS label in the left panel to display a list of items on the communications tab.



Figure 27 32: Menu in Left Panel of Communications Tab

Select the Properties option on the menu to display the Properties of Tree View dialog.





Figure 27 33: Properties for Tree View

TOP: Location of top of the object relative to its parent.

LEFT: Location of the left side of the object relative to its parent.

HEIGHT: Height of the object.

WIDTH: Width of the object.

ALIGN: Alignment of the object relative to its parent. Choices are All, Bottom, Center, Left, None, Right, Top.

ANCHORS: Position of the object relative to the selected sides of its parent.

BORDER: Appearance of the border surrounding the object. Choices are Flat, Groove, Lowered, None, Popup, Raised, Up.

ICONS: Determines the file containing the icons for the tree view.

LARGEICONS: Determines the size of the icons. If true, large icons are displayed. If false, small icons are displayed.

ORIENT: Determines the location of the panels. Choices are Right, Left.

Node Editor: Allows you to create, delete, or modify the nodes. Click this button to have the right panel of the Properties for Tree View to change. Click the + sign to add a new tab, for example. After you add a new tab, you can highlight the new tab, right-click on it and select “Add Object” to add a selected object to the new tab.



Figure 27 34: Right Panel of Properties for Tree View Dialog

27.6Patient Chart Tab


Go to the Patient Chart tab and right-click on any of the tabs at the bottom, select “Properties” to display the Properties for Tabbed Notebook dialog.



Figure 27 35: Properties of Tabbed Notebook

TOP: Location of top of the object relative to its parent.

LEFT: Location of the left side of the object relative to its parent.

HEIGHT: Height of the object.

WIDTH: Width of the object.

ALIGN: Alignment of the object relative to its parent. Choices are All, Bottom, Center, Left, None, Right, Top.

ANCHORS: Position of the object relative to the selected sides of its parent.

FIXEDWIDTH: If false, the respective caption lengths determine the tab width. Otherwise, all tabs are set to the same width.

MULTILINE: Affects how the tabs are displayed if there is insufficient room to display them all. If true, tabs are wrapped onto multiple lines. Otherwise, a scroll bar appears.

TABPOSITION: Changes the location of the tabs. Choices are Bottom, Left, Right, Top.

TABSTYLE: Determines the cut of the tab. Choices are Cut Corner, Double Slant, Round Corners, Single Slant. Below are illustrations of the types.

Cut Corner

Single Slant

Round Corners

Double Slant









Tab Editor: Allows you to create, delete, or modify the tabs. Click this button and the right side of the Properties for Tabbed Notebook changes.



Figure 27 36: Right Side of Properties for Tabbed Notebook for the Tab Editor

Use the up and down arrows to rearrange the tab order.

The + sign adds a tab and you can name it after adding it.

Go to the new tab, right-click on the body of the tab, and select “Add Object” to add selected objects to the tab. If more than one object will go on the tab, you need to insert a splitter pane and then add the objects to each pane of the splitter pane.


27.6.1S

etting the Patient Detail View




Figure 27 37: Patient/Visit Toolbar Showing the Magnifying Glass

27.6.1.1How to Setup the Patient Detail to Display on the Face Sheet


You get to this by accessing the EHR option on the initial RPMS menu. Then select PAT | then select DTL to display the following:



Figure 27 38: Set Logic for Patient Detail View Choices

27.6.1.2How to Setup the Patient Detail to Display on the Health Summary


If you do not know the DFN number of the Health Summary, go to the next section to find out how to retrieve it.



Figure 27 39: Set Logic for Patient Detail View Information

27.6.1.3How to get the DFN Number of the Health Summary


Enter or Edit File Entries

Print File Entries
Search File Entries

Modify File Attributes

Inquire to File Entries

Utility Functions ...

Data Dictionary Utilities ...

Transfer Entries

Other Options ...

Select VA FileMan Option: print File Entries

OUTPUT FROM WHAT FILE: HEALTH SUMMARY TYPE//

SORT BY: NAME// NUMBER

START WITH NUMBER: FIRST//

WITHIN NUMBER, SORT BY:

FIRST PRINT FIELD: NAME

THEN PRINT FIELD: NUMBER


SORT BY: NAME//

START WITH NAME: FIRST//

FIRST PRINT FIELD: NUMBER

THEN PRINT FIELD: NAME

THEN PRINT FIELD:

Heading (S/C): HEALTH SUMMARY TYPE LIST  Replace

DEVICE: Right Margin: 80//

HEALTH SUMMARY TYPE LIST JUL 25,2005  06:56    PAGE 1

NUMBER NAME

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



18 ADULT REGULAR
73 ALLERGIES
91 AMBULANCE
28 APPT

XX Your own custom health summary


27.6.2Adding IHS Patient Chart (Behavioral Health System) to the EHR


Follow these steps to add an IHS Patient Chart tab to the EHR:

  1. Go into Design Mode.

Right-click on the top bar and select Design Mode from the menu.



Figure 27 40: Selecting Design Mode

  1. Add another tab:

Right-click on an area to the right side of the tabs.



Figure 27 41: Menu When You Right-Click Next to Tabs

Select Properties|Tab Editor.

Select the + sign and add a tab. (Rename the tab and click OK.)



Figure 27 42: Adding Another Tab


  1. Right-click in the body of the tab that you just created and add an object called PROGRAM LAUNCHER. A small box will appear. Double click on the small box so that it expands into the whole tab.

  2. Right-click in the body of the tab and go to properties.

Paste this into the EXENAME field (include the quotes): "C:\Program Files\IHS Patient Chart Application\BPCPC.exe"

Paste this into the COMMAND LINE field: "C:\Program Files\IHS Patient Chart Application"



  1. Put the words CLICK HERE in the CAPTION field.



Figure 27 43: Property Additions

  1. Save the template and exit design mode. The end result is shown in the following figure:



Figure 27 44: End Result Showing New Tab
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