The Vision Anywhere Home screen automatically displays your next booked appointment and a list of appointments booked for today.
Simply tap or click to open the patient record.
When you initially login to Vision Anywhere you are asked which appointments book you would like to use with your session. Select the relevant one to use in conjunction with your login.
If you are already logged in and want to change the appointments book, you must logout, re-login and select the required book.
If an appointment has been booked for a patient without a NHS/CHI number, their name displays without the symbol as their record cannot be downloaded.
Viewing a Patient Record
That's easy! From the Vision Anywhere home screen, either select your next appointment, choose a patient from the appointments list or search for a specific patient using the Patient Search box. Once you select a patient, their Patient Summary screen is displayed. From here you can simply browse the patient record or add data.
See - Patient Summary .
The Patient Summary screen is the initial screen which displays when you select a patient in Vision Anywhere. The screen provides you with a snapshot of all the essential clinical information you need.
See - Patient Summary .
You can now easily search the patient's record. Type the term you want to search for in the search box.
See - Search the Patient's Record.
Selecting the Options button in the lower right corner of the screen. Or right clicking in the app bars will bring up the filter options. This allows you to quickly select a specific type of information.
See - Filtering the Patient's Record.
If you have just looked at a patient record without adding any data simply select the Back button to return to the Vision Anywhere Home screen.
If you have added data please remember to close your encounter before returning to the Home screen.
Encounters are the equivalent of Consultations in Vision 3. They are used to define and group data added during a patient consultation, for example acute medication, diagnosis and symptoms can be contained together within one encounter.
This makes it easy to see what was recorded during current and previous patient consultations.
Yes - your system administrator can block this. See - Using Licence Manager.
The refresh time for Appointments view is 5 minutes. You can manually refresh by selecting the Options button or accessing the app bars, and choosing refresh.
Yes - these can be changed in settings. See - User Preferences.
Yes - you can be set up with access to more than one practice.
If the same email address is used in each system you will be asked to select which practice you want to log into when signing in.
A number of customer have successfully used Vision Anywhere on a Mac environment by using a virtual machine solution, however this is an unofficial solution and unsupported by Vision.
Also see - Video Tutorials.