Find out about the important new features and functionality that have been released for Turas Vaccination Management in August 2021.
Release, 712, Version 2021.8.19.2
The new features will provide you with the ability:
Updated offline forms are also now available in support of these new features.
By selecting ‘Create New Clinic’ from the homepage tile
or selecting ‘Clinic Management’ in the main navigation and then ‘Create a Clinic’ from the drop-down
The user will now have the option to select the vaccine type(s) to be administered at the clinic in the Vaccine Types section of the Create Clinic form
Where a clinic has been set up for the purpose of supporting Flu and COVID-19 then the user will have to select what vaccines the patient will receive on this visit to the clinic.
The option to select which vaccine types the patient will receive will only be available at registration if the clinic has been set up as a clinic that supports different vaccine types.
The user would select both Vaccine types in the case of Co-Administration, or just select flu if only flu vaccine to be administered or just select COVID-19 if only a COVID-19 vaccine to be administered.
NOTE: If for any reason a patient is registered only for flu or COVID-19 when the intention was to register for Co-administration of Flu and COVID-19.
The user can either remove the registered patient from the clinic list then re-register them by selecting both vaccine types when re-registering the patient.
the user can register the patient again selecting only the vaccination type that was missing. This would mean two separate vaccination for each vaccine type would appear on the list on clinic list. The Vaccinator would need to be made aware of this.
At a clinic set up to support multiple vaccine types and the patient has been registered to receive the different vaccines available at the clinic i.e. co-administration then at the Screening and Consent stage the user will be presented with the screen below.
The user will then have to complete the screening and consent for the different vaccinations.
At a clinic set up to support multiple vaccine types and the patient has been registered to receive the different vaccines available at the clinic then at the Vaccinate Patient stage the user will be presented with the screen below.
The user will then have to complete the vaccination details for the different vaccinations.
It is now possible to record up to four COVID-19 vaccine doses to support those immunosuppressed patients that require more doses than the standard approved COVID-19 course of vaccination.
The user interface has been designed to support the standard approved COVID-19 course of vaccination up to two doses and a booster dose, however, the user can reveal a dose 3 and dose 4 option by clicking on show other dose numbers.