Please see attached file.Assignment

 Understand how screens in an EHR relate to data management and standardization.   Standardizing things like font and button or toolbar placement creates consistency when users are interacting with screens and navigating through the EHR

 Create a document that defines some screen standards to ensure that all screens in the EHR have the same look and feel.  When screens are standardized and consistent, it improves user experience and efficiency. 

Criteria for Success:
 10 Points Possible

· 5 points for defining at least 5 standards for EHR screens
· 5 points for defining how those standardizations will improve the user experience and efficiency

 This example contains a screenshot of a screen from an actual EHR and details about how the screen is formatted.  Your task is to use this as an example to define rules that will create a standard look and feel for all screens in the EHR.Screen Design Standards

With adherence to these standards, both the user community and support staff will receive the following benefits:

· Improve user satisfaction.
· Facilitate training.
Anatomy of a Screen

This screen displays many of the features described in this document.

Screen Literals

General Consistency

· Capitalize the first letter of the first word and all major words. All other letters are in lower case.

· The screen title group is the only one with a type T literal on a screen.

· Use fly-by- help for step-by-step instructions, instead of on-screen instructions (unless the instructions are on a help screen).

· Example: “Press OK to send…”

· Do not use underscore characters to make ruled lines.

· Avoid slashes. Rethink the literal so that slashes are not needed.

xe “Screen Titles”Screen Titles

· Do not use the word “Screen” in the screen title.

· When more than one screen is required to complete a process, append the text
– (Screen # of #) to indicate the user’s current location in the process.

Patient Registration
(Screen 2 of 3)

Field Literals

· Use a colon at the end of the field literal.

· Use normal font.

· Left justify literals for the fields that are part of a group
List Screens

xe “Screen Literal Standards: Consistency issues”
· Delete references to numbers where they are used for selection of a line.

· Example: Some screens have instructions e.g. “Enter Order Detail #”.

· Don’t abbreviate column headings if possible.

Abbreviations XE “Abbreviations” t ”
See Field Naming Conventions”

· Abbreviations of single words should be initial caps and then lowercase.

Example: Service = ‘Srvc’ Provider = ‘Prov’

· Abbreviations of several words should be all caps

Example: Middle Initial = MI.

· Don’t use periods in abbreviations unless absolutely necessary to avoid confusion.

Screen Example

The following illustration (figure 1.2) is a visual example of standards described below.

· Screen flow and layout

· Buttons

· Groups and group frames

· Field placement and literals

Sample EHR Data Entry Screen 2

Navigation Within a Screen XE “Navigation within a Screen”
· Identify the user group: are they primarily mouse or keyboard users?

· Place the most important data or function at the top left.

· The logical workflow should be from the top left of the screen to bottom right.

· Provide command buttons (or scrollbars) that are appropriate on each screen: Save or Save and Continue, OK, Back or Cancel or Close, Next, previous, Right, Left

Button Size

xe ” Buttons: Button size”

· Try to make every button the same width in a button group.

· If buttons on any one screen have literals of widely varied lengths, use no more than 2 sui

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