The Audit analytics dashboard allows you to track actions performed by your clinic users that are associated with a patient, such as viewing, creating or deleting a patient record, adding information to the patient chart, creating an appointment, etc. Some automatic actions, like sending notifications to patients, are also included in the report.

To learn more about how to use the Analytics module, see Analytics dashboards.

Filters

  • User: Name of the user that performed the action.

  • Record Type: Type of item on which the action was performed (Appointment, Patient, etc.). Defaults to is not blank.

  • Action: List of actions that can be performed by the user (create, deactivate, delete, comment, etc.).

  • Date: Date or period during which the action was performed. Defaults to is in the last 7 days.

  • Seen By: Providers that have had an appointment with the patient associated with the action. It is best to use the contains condition here as it is a list type filter.

  • InputHealth ID: Unique ID assigned to the patient.

  • Record ID: Unique ID assigned to the record.

  • Patient Name: Full name of the patient.

  • Time: Time (hour) at which the action was performed.

  • Weekday: Weekday on which the action was performed.

  • Notify By: Notification method selected for the patient (email, SMS or both).

  • Email: Email address of the patient.

  • Phone: Phone number of the patient.

Reports

Patients

List of patients for which actions were performed. Their ID, full name, age, phone number and email address are displayed. The total number of patients is indicated on the right-hand side.

💡 Tip: Click the ID, then the Patient Chart link to open the patient chart.

Audit Trail

Detailed information on actions performed. The following information is displayed:

  • Created Time: Date and time on which the action was performed.

  • Weekday: Day of the week on which the action was performed.

  • User: Name of the user who performed the action. For automatic actions, such as the sending of notifications to the patient, no user is recorded.

  • Action: Action performed (read, create, update, etc.).

  • ID Address: IP address where the action was performed. For automatic actions, no IP address is recorded.

  • Record Type: Type of item on which the action was performed (Appointment, Respondent (patient), etc.).

  • Record ID: Unique ID of the record.

  • ID: Unique ID of the patient associated with the action.

  • Patient Full Name

  • Updates: Specifics of the update, if applicable.

Updated February 25, 2022

Did this answer your question?