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  1. The New User Interface MEDITECH Training & Education

  2. Goals and Objectives MEDITECH Training & Education

  3. Goals Explain NUI History behind changes Describe the Benefits Detail Requirements and Features Objectives Understand what NUI is and why MAGIC was enhanced Provide ideas as to how and why it will benefit your institution Comprehend the setup process and features Goals and Objectives

  4. Goals Provide a demonstration Discuss tips and considerations for rollout Supply documentation Objectives First hand opportunity to see what NUI looks like and how it functions To provide you with the opportunity to receive further clarification For future references Goals and Objectives

  5. Why NUI? MODERN LOOK AND FEEL Cosmetic Change It's Time! Facelift! Flexible Update Look Appealing Appearance Enhances MAGIC

  6. Ultimate Benefit • Changes the look and feel of MAGIC • Low cost solution for MAGIC Customers • Allows for a Client Server look • Does not require CS networking or hardware upgrades

  7. Additional Benefits • Windows look and feel • Enhanced menu options • Mouse enabled • Enhancements to graphs

  8. New User Interface Requirements • 4.9 MAGIC software • P7.0 or later MAGIC Operating System • Version 4.12 or later Remote Workstation software • PC running Windows 95, 98, or 2000 with NT 4.12 or higher

  9. Categorizing Changes • Appearance • Toolbar • Navigation • Graphs • Menus

  10. Appearance Changes • Workstation Icon • Color Schemes • Title Bars/ Workstation Utility Menus • Text Changes • Customer Defined Screens • Color Coding of Text • Response Field Changes • System Messages

  11. Workstation Icon Changes The default icon for Version 4.00 or later of the MEDITECH Workstation has changed • Earlier and later versions can be installed on the same PC

  12. Color Schemes • Workstation color schemes are set by the Windows Control Panel • Changing your Windows colors changes your MEDITECH Workstation colors • Color schemes are PC specific

  13. MEDITECH Workstation with Windows Standard Color Scheme

  14. Changing the Color Scheme in the Control Panel

  15. New Workstation Colors

  16. Title Bars • Workstation title bars will display routine and lookup names • Title bar fonts and point size can be formatted • Access to the Workstation Utility Menu is gained through the title bar

  17. Title Bars

  18. Title Bar Formatting • To format title bars: • Windows Control Panel • Display - Appearance - Item - Title Bar • Formatting applies to title bars only • To format Workstation text: • Windows Control Panel • Display - Settings - Font Size

  19. Reformatted Title Bars

  20. The Workstation Utility Menu To access the Workstation Utility Menu • Click on the Workstation icon in the title bar • Right Click on the Workstation title bar

  21. The Workstation Utility Menu

  22. The Workstation Utility Menu Functions on the Workstation Utility menu can also be performed using the following keystrokes: • Alt + F1: Workstation Help • Alt + F4 : Exit • Alt + C : Copy • Alt + V : Paste • Alt + D : Reset Display (NEW)

  23. Text Changes • Standard Menu, routine, and prompt text • Upper/lower case • NPR DTS 2752 - Custom menus converted to mixed case • Proportional fonts • Character width is variable • Lookup and response field text • Fixed fonts • Character width is uniform

  24. Example of Proportional and Fixed Fonts

  25. Customer Defined Screens • “Display Font” prompt added to the MIS Customer Defined Screen Dictionary • Defines how query text will be displayed • Two Options: • Proportional • Fixed (Default)

  26. The MIS Customer Defined Screen Dictionary

  27. Customer Defined Screen Example - Fixed Font Similar to traditional CDS display • Uniform text size • Easy to check for overlap

  28. Customer Defined Screen Example - Proportional Font Width of each character varies • Greater care required to prevent text and response field overlap

  29. Customer Defined Screen Tips When using a proportional font: • Use the “Display Screen” option before filing the CDS to visually check for text and response field overlap on the screen • Printed versions of the CDS always use a fixed font

  30. Color Coding of Text Color coding of text will still be available in the Workstation • Examples of color use: • Patient Statuses • High or Low Lab Values in PCI

  31. Workstation Text Colors

  32. Workstation Text Colors

  33. Response Field Changes • Response fields are now represented by 3D input boxes • Consistent with Windows applications • Radio buttons or check boxes may be used for Yes/No response fields

  34. Response Field Examples

  35. System Messages The Workstation uses Windows Dialog Boxes to display system messages • Error Messages • Help Messages • Dialog Boxes

  36. MAGIC Error Message

  37. MAGIC Help Message

  38. MAGIC Dialog Box

  39. The Workstation Toolbar • Used to perform functions in the MEDITECH workstation • Buttons represent different functions • Toolbar position based on mouse setup • Windows Control Panel • Mouse - Button Configuration • Left or Right handed mouse

  40. Right Handed Toolbar

  41. Toolbar - Standard OK Button • F12 on a PC

  42. Toolbar - Standard Exit Button • F11 on a PC

  43. Toolbar - Standard Help Button • Shift + F8 on a PC • Displays online documentation for fields and routines.

  44. Toolbar - Standard Lookup Button • F9 on a PC

  45. Toolbar - Standard Magic Menu Button • Shift + F12 on a PC

  46. Toolbar - Standard System Info Button • When on a menu, the number of messages in MOX will display as a Tool Tip when button is highlighted • While in a routine, it is used to check or uncheck individual items from a list • Right Ctrl key on a PC

  47. Toolbar - Standard • Page Up / Page Down Buttons • Page Up and Page Down keys on a PC • Arrow Buttons • On a PC, Up & Down Arrows, Shift Left & Right Arrows

  48. Toolbar - Standard Select All Button • While in a procedure • Shift + Right Control key on a PC • Used to check or uncheck all items from a list

  49. Navigation Changes • General Navigation Changes • Using the Keyboard • Using the Mouse • Multipage Drivers • MDI (Multiple Document Interface) • Resizing the Workstation Screen

  50. Using the Keyboard (Menus) • On Desktops • Arrow keys are used to highlight items • Enter to select an item • On Cascading menus • Up and Down Arrow keys are used to highlight items • Enter or Right Arrow keys are to select either a routine or submenu