Study List: Overview

When Tricefy receives a study from your ultrasound system, it is populated on your Studies screen. You can always return to this screen by selecting Studies at the top of the page.

Screen Layout

 The information you see on your study list is determined by the column headers (shown above in the red box). The first column in the screenshot above displays the clinic's icon - your account administrator created this in the Account Settings.

 See instructions for creating or changing your clinic's icon

The second column shows that thumbnails are closed (► indicates the thumbnails are collapsed). Select the image icon in the column header to expand all thumbnails:

Select the image icon in the column header again to close the thumbnails

  • You can open thumbnails for individual studies by selecting the ► button just for that study

The other columns shown in the screenshot include:

  • Patient's full name and study date - this data is received from the ultrasound system
     
  • Patient ID - this is a unique identifier assigned to each patient
    • If a Patient ID is entered into the ultrasound system, the same ID will be used in Tricefy
    • If a Patient ID is not entered into the ultrasound system, Tricefy will auto-generate an ID

Learn to correct a Patient ID

  • Study Details -  indicates the type of files included in the study:

indicates the number of images
indicates the number of cine clips
 indicates the number of collaborators
 indicates the number of consults (shares with doctors)
 indicates the number of notes, including annotations
 indicates how many times a link was sent to the patient

All  columns are customizable. You can change, remove and add additional column headers, such as Status, Gender, and Referring Physician.

 Learn how to modify the column headers in your Study List

The column headers allow you to easily reorganize your Study List. Select a column header to group studies together and list them in alphanumeric or descending/ascending order.

For example:

  • Selecting the Full Name column header will reorganize the studies so they are listed in alphabetical order by name (A - Z). Selecting Full Name again will reverse the order (Z - A).
  • Selecting the Status column header will list the studies grouped together by status

Basic Operation

To select a study (examination), click (or touch, if using a tablet) anywhere on the study once. The study will turn blue:

When the thumbnails are expanded, you can single-click the study to select all the thumbnails (you'll know they are selected because they will be outlined in green).  Single-click the study again to de-select the thumbnails.

To specify certain images for selection, click the individual thumbnails; selected thumbnails will be outlined in green).  Click the thumbnail again to de-select it.  

When a study is selected, additional options appear at the top of your screen:

 Open in viewer: Selecting this option opens the examination in the viewer, which allows you to zoom, view multiple images simultaneously, play video clips, and create annotations

 Learn more about the Viewer

 Send to: Selecting this menu provides options for sending the examination to a patient, doctor (such as a referring physician) or external server, like an EMR

​Learn more about the Send to Options

 Action menu: Selecting those little three dots displays a menu of actions that can be applied to the exam, such as downloading, deleting, or editing the study

 Learn more about the Action Menu

Side (Info) Panel

When a study is selected, the content changes in  the side panel to display information specific to the study.  If you don't see the panel, select the  icon in the upper-right corner of your screen.

The side panel allows you to view study information, patient information, attach files, apply labels, and see when the study was last shared.

Learn more about the Side Panel

 

Selecting Multiple Studies

Multiple images can be selected on your Studies screen by holding down the Shift key on the keyboard while making selections. When multiple studies are selected, the side panel is replaced with the following:

Selecting Compare will open all studies, side by side, in the viewer.

 Instructions for Comparing Studies

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Did you know you can automatically generate PDFs of your examinations?
              Learn how to create Study PDFs