Once the Analytics tool has been activated in your account Settings, the first screen, you will see the following:
Any saved treatment templates in your account, which include tasks/workflow, will be automatically included to the menu Workflow's menu in Analytics. You can select Template from the dropdown menu. Just tap the name of required Template into a field:
Let's begin by selecting some Unique filters (e.g., Dates period, Doctor, Problems):
Once you have selected your unique filters, click the SAVE button & give the preset a suitable name for future reference
You may compare the saved presets & even save these as Views for the future comparison.
This is useful for comparisons of Doctor to Doctor OR Period time to Period time.
Just click on +ADD TO COMPARISON button below the Workflow:
You may compare dates just by opening the Unique filters and selecting a necessary time period.
Here we have a saved View which is a comparison of two saved Presets - Dr. Johns vs. Ivan:
Let's take a look closer at the tasks & goals within these workflows and how we set them.
Firstly, we will look at an individual task Discharge Instruction and find out more details about the values on it:
Task name: Discharge Instruction
Timer button locates on the right side of the task name
12 min. - average time to be completed
42 rep. - How many times the task was checked off
Goal (also it's possible to set the goal).
NOTE: It is possible to edit these goals by clicking on Edit Goals button on the ride side of the Workflow
Also, set the goal (time) at any tasks next to the H(hour) and M(minutes):
Click the Timer button if you want to remove the task from the Analytics workflow:
For example, Call the Owner task. The timing of this task may not concern you if you wish to know that it’s completed at some point. The total workflow time stays the same. The time is automatically added to the next task.
NOTE: Removing the task from the Analytics DOES NOT remove it from the Whiteboard. It will still appear as a task on the Whiteboard, but without a timer. If you wish to switch that action back, click the Timer one more time.
A few important things to note re workflows & tasks:
Subtasks exclude from the workflows. The main reason is that you can pass tasks to the next person, whereas Subtasks are more of a checklist/reminder - you are not going to pass these on to someone else.
On the Whiteboard, any tasks that include in an Analytics workflow is locked:
Because you have to set the workflow goals within the Analytics. If you don’t have a goal set, you can still amend them.
You can still add, edit, and change tasks, put them in-between the existing tasks, but they won’t be accounted for within the workflow Analytics.
The task timers on Whiteboard count DOWN, rather than counting forward!
Toggling this slide allows you to control when the Analytics starts reporting on the workflow:
This is useful if you prepare your patients in Smart Flow the day before. For example, the first task could be Transfer to Surgery. Once that task is completed, the timers will then start.
How do you view your performance?
Red Tasks show that you have exceeded your goal by double the time or more
Orange Tasks show that you have exceeded your goal by less than double the time
Green Tasks mean that you have achieved your goal on time.
NOTE: The task blinks on the Whiteboard and starts counting forward to indicate how far behind you are:
Here is a detailed video outlining the Analytics tool:
If you require any further assistance with setting up / using the Analytics tool, please contact our Support Team.
We hope you found this information useful!