Reading Time 5 minsIntroduction Enabling Explanations Using Explanations Changing the fields included Downloading ExplanationsIntroduction Explanations are a means of discovering the root causes of trends within your data, for example, if you saw a sudden spike or decrease in a particular dataset. They can also help you to discover data insights and trends which may not be immediately obvious upon first looking at the data. It highlights the insights/trends that appear within your data and the fields behind that insight/trend, possibly surfacing a data point you may wish to focus on.Enabling ExplanationsExplanations are enabled by default. Should you wish to toggle the feature on/off you can do so at cube level by navigating to the Admin tab, searching for Feature Management under App Configuration. Then, in the AI section you can switch the feature on or off. Using ExplanationsTo access the feature from a widget, click ‘Analyse it’ and then ‘Explanations’. You will then be abl
Reading Time 5 minsIntroduction Activation Using Simply Ask Filtering a Query Saving a QueryIntroduction Simply Ask is our natural language querier. It enables you to ask questions of your analytics dashboards in every day language and the system will present the results to you. It is a means of accessing the data a user needs in a simple and easy way.ActivationThe Simply Ask feature is switched on at cube level. Once switched on, it will be available to all users. To activate it, select Feature Management, on the Admin tab, and in the Advanced Analytics section, toggle on Simply ask (NQL). Then click Save in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. To add the feature onto a dashboard, open the dashboard menu and select Simply Ask (NQL) > Enable Simply ask. This enables the feature for the Dashboard Designer. When the Designers republishes the dashboard and shares it with Viewers, those Viewers will also see the Simply Ask button.Using Simply AskTo ask a question of Simply Ask,
Reading time 2 minsIntroduction Restricting Dashboards to Role ScopeIntroduction Adding an OID filter to your dashboard will ensure that, when sharing it, users will only see the data based on the scope at which the dashboard was shared. Restricting Dashboards to Role ScopeWhen you share a dashboard with a user, you are, in effect, sharing access to the cube (or dataset). Sharing access to a single dashboard at Org level would then grant that user access to all the data contained within that cube. If you then share a dashboard with the same cube as its source to a role with a lower scope (for example, a regional role), then the system will allow that user to see the data from the higher scope, because the user already has access to the entire cube. This is illustrated by the diagram below. In this example, dashboards based on the same cube have been shared to one user at different scopes, so this user will see Org level data in both dashboards. To address this, you can apply an OID
Reading time 1 minsIntroduction Getting Starter IntroductionIt's very easy to transfer an audit between different Radar Healthcare Systems either: Transferring between Staging and Live Transferring to other Radar Healthcare partners Once an audit has been built within one system it can be downloaded. This file can then be uploaded into an new system. You can also use this method to update existing audits. The systems will recognise that the audit already exists and will apply the updates accordingly. Getting StarterFind the audit you wish to transfer. select the three-dot menu and choose JSON. This will download the audit as a JSON file. Log into the new site and go to the Audit Builder page and select Import audit. Select the JSON file you previously downloaded, select the Audit Type, and any related tags. Continue to preview the audit and finally import it. If you are uploading an audit which is already in the system two things may happen: If the audit is identical nothing wi
Please note - this user guide is in reference to the Enhanced Audit functionality.Reading time 1 minsIntroduction Reopening an Audit FAQs Can anyone reopen an audit section? Introduction An audit can be made up of one or more sections. Once someone has completed all the sections assigned to them, they can mark them as complete. Once complete, a section goes into a read-only state. Individual sections can be reopened for amending. All previous work is saved. Reopening an Audit To reopen a completed section, select the 3-dot symbol next to the chosen section and select ‘Reopen Section’. Once reopened the section status will change to reflect the overall status of the audit (pending, overdue, etc.). The due date and assignee will remain the same. All the information previously saved will be available and the user assigned to the section can add or amend as required. If the Audit has additional workflow steps such as the Action Plan option, this will be reset when a section is reopene
Question: Within events, an out of office deputy is somebody who is set to be assigned any new workflow steps that are triggered while the usual assignee is away. But, what happens if an Out of Office Deputy is also away, i.e. also has their out of office set? Will any workflow steps sent to them go on to the third person in the chain? Answer: No, if the person who is set as the Deputy for the original assignee also has their out of office set, then the event will revert back to assigning to the original assignee.
Reading time 1 minute + 2.30 minutes videoIntroduction The Audit is Assigned to You Directly The Audit is Assigned to Your Role FAQs Why is there a filter showing dates when viewing all audits? Introduction If an audit is assigned to you directly it will appear on your My Tasks dashboard when it is pending completion. Some audits are assigned to roles and anyone with that role, at the same location, can find and start the audit. If an audit isn't in your name, or your role, you will either need permission to reassign audits to yourself or speak to your system Administrator about gaining access. The Audit is Assigned to You Directly The audit will appear on your My Tasks dashboard when it becomes pending and is therefore due soon. Use the filter icon to search for a specific audit. Select 'AuditSection' under Type to find all audits assigned to you. Select the audit from the list to begin. Please note, some audits may only be completed on their due date - you will be notif
Reading time 2 minsIntroduction Implementing Confidential Events FAQs Will users still be notified of an event, even if the event is flagged as confidential? Introduction Using Radar Healthcare already provides a high degree of confidentiality and security for your events. However, there may be situations where events need to be created with additional level of security. Confidential events provide the ability to restrict which user roles can view confidential events, hiding them from the majority. Redirect workflows to designated default roles to manage such confidential events and provide access to users by granting permissions to view such events via tasks, or reassigning workflow items. Events can be made confidential at the point of reporting or can be retrospectively make confidential after they have been reported. Implementing Confidential Events Let Radar Healthcare know if you want to use confidential events and our Support Team will activate the function in your platform.
Reading time 2 mins Please note - this user guide is in reference to the Enhanced Audit functionalityIntroduction Exporting to PDF FAQs Can I download a blank audit first? Will images be included in the PDF export? IntroductionAn audit can be downloaded at any time. The PDF document contains all the questions of the audit and any information submitted as part of the auditing process. Exporting to PDF To export a copy of an audit, from the Audit Summary screen select the PDF icon on the top right of the screen.You can then select the information you would like to include in your export. By default, the export will include all the information from you audit. If you wish to exclude any items simply deselect them from the list. Scoring Scheme - Your audit will have been assigned a score out of 100% and a subsequent rank (E.g. 'Failed' or 'Passed'). Including this option will explain how the scoring structure works. Workflow Status- This is an overview of each section of the audit wor
Reading time 5 mins + 40 mins videoDemonstrations Building An Audit Scheduling an Audit Completing an Audit Reporting on Audits What’s changed? Solving the pain points Key Features and Benefits Roadmap Further Reading Original concept webinarOriginal Webinar Nov 2021 What the Health Tech Podcast DemonstrationsBelow are a series of video exploring our new and improved audit tool. Building An Audit Scheduling an Audit Completing an Audit Reporting on Audits What’s changed? Solving the pain points Customers were very restricted on the responses they can set to their questions (Yes/No/N.A.). Creating your own audits in previously involved uploading a spreadsheet then using drop-down menus to edit and style your question, which was ‘long-winded’. If you found that there was an error in your finished audit, you would have to recreate the whole thing again. In v1, you had to schedule the frequency of your audits on the audit screen itself. This meant that if you want to delete one
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