Reference Patient Chart Resources in Tasks
When users are creating a task, through the task command or updating an already created task, they are able to reference notes, commands, claims, documents, and tasks associated to a patient. This release further enhances the automated linking of tasks back to originating Command or Note.
Users are able to link resources by simply typing the type of resource that should be attached and further specifying on other critical data points such as provider, visit type, claim number, document type, and other relevant information. Once a task has been created and is reviewed, within the patient chart on the task list or from the task panel, users will be able to see the linked resources from the created task command. By hovering on the linked resource within the task, a user can easily view details to the resource on either a created task or from the task command to ensure the right resource is added. By clicking on a referenced resource in the task, users will be navigated to the resource in a new tab with easy identification of the resource so that users can view all relevant information within the timeline. Users will be limited to linking a maximum of 5 resources when creating, reviewing, or updating a task from the command or task view.
Default auth groups per role (Permissions BETA)
This work changes the way that auth groups are initially assigned to new staff. For background, auth groups are collections of permissions. Each permission in an auth group provides the user access to a part of the Canvas admin (which can be accessed by clicking "Settings" from the hamburger menu). Previously, auth groups were assigned to users based on the "domain" of the role (the domain can be changed on the admin page for the role). Now, the domain will play _no_ role in setting the auth groups for new staff. Instead, the default auth groups can now directly be edited per role. When a new staff is created, they will inherit the default auth groups for their role(s).
Fix bug related to allergy interactions
When users prescribe medications, Canvas checks for interactions between ingredients in the medication and recorded patient allergies. This work fixes a bug in which false positive interactions were surfaced. More specifically, the bug caused an allergy alert to be displayed even though there was no known risk of interaction between the medication and the allergy.
Dosage Form Auto populates in a Prescribe Recommendation
This release will auto populate the dosage form in the Prescribe Command if dosage_form is supplied in the context of the Prescribe recommendation argument.
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