Here's a sneak peak of the dashboard of the patient record. The devs are pretty close to getting this out the door now, expect full size shots and links when they do.
Also check out this shot from yesterday for some more details.
7 months ago
Oh my! That looks solid and huge. Great job!
super nice!!!! any chance to see the full shot?
@Christian Poschmann not really until we launch. You can see full pixels of one of the panels here.
Great sterile and hygienic style! Bullseye.
Damn clean. Great work! :)
Very clean. Would love to see real pixels
thanks @Sasha Agapov @Christian Poschmann @Boris Valusek @Jeff Brown @Balraj Chana
thanks @Tanveer Junayed real pixels and link coming soon
Pretty cool, Im like google analytics for my body, yes please!
@Maximilian Larsson exactly!
reminds me of fitbit :) so good looking stuff.
Excellent work! Lot's of info displayed but so clean
6 months ago
by Andrew Lucas
It's been a busy week over here, we've just launched our new homepage and also made some huge improvements to the patient record, with our new version that's just gone live.
You can now track a number of different measurements in detail:
- Blood Pressure
- Peak Flow
- Dietary Intake
- Blood Glucose
You can also record your allergies, conditions and medications. Soon we'll be adding the ability to record a number of other things including your family history, immunisations and procedures.
The record is made out of a number of modules which you can rearrange, hide and expand. When you expand a module, you are shown a larger chart which allows you to filter the data via a date range and with some of the measurements it also gives you the ability to plot a national average line on the graph.
It was our soft launch yesterday, everyone's worked really hard on this project and we'll be continuously adding features to it over the next year.
SJ did an amazing job on the front end build again with this one, she worked her magic with the D3 charting library to.
Check out the attachment for more details and some of the upcoming features, or alternatively you can go and try the demo through our new homepage.
5 months ago
@Christian Poschmann @Tanveer Junayed check out the rebound
5 months ago
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