April 2023

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  • Release Date: April 18, 2023
  • Announcement Date: April 11, 2023

Patient Journey

New Features and Improvements

Patient Identity

  • The Universal Identity platform's newest feature automatically cleans up all outdated Match – Same Source tasks. This ensures that your stewardship team will only focus on relevant tasks. For more information, refer to this documentation.
  • To make searching for patient records more convenient, you can now filter for the desired source in the Universal Identity Platform UI.
  • When you accept a Rejected Overlay, we automatically update the task's status, resolution, and assignee. The status changes to Closed, the resolution to Same Person, and the assignee to the user who is currently logged in.
  • You now have the ability to assign tasks to your team of data stewards in bulk. The tasks will be distributed in a round-robin manner, ensuring a fair and equal distribution among the stewards.
  • The Universal Identity user interface has been updated to retain user selections for the Show History and View Options features throughout the session, even as users switch between tasks.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where the most recently asserted name of the patient was not displayed on the Identity View.
  • Fixed an issue where only the 10 most recent tasks associated with a patient were displayed in the Tasks Associated with Link ID section. We now display all tasks.
  • The default start time and end time in the filters on the task queues have been updated to 12:00 AM and 11:59 PM, respectively.
  • Fixed an issue where redundant overlays were being created with every incoming post, even if the patient demographics were identical. This occurred when the postIdentity payload had attribute clusters that lacked values.


Provider Data Management

New Features and Improvements

  • Expanded the underlying Provider Data Management data model to include a new Contact Information attribute cluster that ensures when records with the same address are posted, phone and fax numbers are grouped together with the correlating address. The Contact Information attribute cluster contains the following attributes:
    • street line 1
    • street line 2
    • city
    • state
    • zip code
    • address name
    • address type
    • phone number
    • fax number
      Multiple contactInformation instances can be created within a provider record and multiple phone and/or fax numbers can be assigned to a single address location within contactInformation.
  • Expanded the underlying Provider Data Management data model to improve how License and Specialties information is stored. The introduction of additional attributes for tracking a license status including the following attributes:
    • effective date
    • expiration date
    • last updated date
    • status
    • status detail
    • profession code
    • profession rank code

For more information, see Understanding Provider Attributes and Attribute Clusters.