Gustav announces its new version 4.10, now available to its entire user community. Here are the highlights of Gustav 4.10 in terms of improvements and new features.
Therapeutic Nursing Plan (TNP)
An improved version of the Therapeutic Nursing Plan (TNP) is now available in Gustav. This new version of the TNP is even simpler and more user-friendly, while respecting clinical logic and meeting the new OIIQ standards.
Drawing control for clinical documentation forms
In order to improve and optimise clinical forms, it is now possible to add drawing controls to them. This dynamic control allows the addition of colour, texture in the form of lines and fill, all supported by a legend. It is also possible to annotate the drawing by adding dynamic notes.
Adding dynamic subtitles to forms
It is now possible to dynamically add a subtitle to a clinical form. This feature allows you to specify a document title in order to provide more information about the clinical document to others involved in the case.
Improved functionality of the inter-shift report
Several improvements have been made to the inter-shift report in terms of functionalities to facilitate the reading and management of the various elements of information contained therein. In this regard, it is now possible to consult the elements of the inter-shift report without having to open them individually and to filter them according to the shifts selected by the user while maintaining the grouping by date or by user. It is also now possible to give a status to a report in order to optimise its management, namely : New, Pending, Handled, Resolved or Unresolved.
Transfer of clients for an existing care pathway (episode)
It is possible to change the clientele for the same care pathway (episode) still in progress for a resident/patient.
Complete management of common tasks
In order to give more autonomy to our customers, it is now possible to configure and manage all common tasks at a global (corporate) and specific (site) level. Thus, depending on the access rights profiles, it is possible to manage common tasks at a global (corporate) level in terms of properties, schedules and sites applied and to adjust everything specifically for a site. It is also possible to associate practice guides with a common task to support the worker in carrying it out.
In order to better meet the needs of its user teams in the health care network, CHSLDs, retirement homes and IRs, Gustav, a world-class clinical coordination platform, is continuously improving and evolving in order to offer the best functionalities to support good clinical practices and to remain at the cutting edge of technology.
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