A new Windows release of Qliq for Desktop is here. Version 2.79 includes several new features that will aid in clinical collaboration across your entire organization.
New in this version is the ability to set Escalated Call Notifications directly from the desktop app. This is useful for those users who can only access secure texting from a desktop and need to be notified of important messages when they are away from their desk.
One simple, yet important and highly requested update is the ability to adjust the font size of Qliq messages. This provides enhanced accessibility and reduces eye strain on the end user.For organizations using the Qliq On Call Schedule, we added ability to include notes to each OnCall physician. Notes can include special contact instructions that are useful to clinicians who are trying to reach those physicians directly from the Qliq app.Finally, the latest update to Qliq for Desktop is the inclusion of CareChannels, a patient centered-message exchange that connects care team members around a single episode of care. Users will now be able to create and manage patient care channels right from the desktop app.To download Version 2.79, please click here or visit www.qliqsoft.com/download-desktop
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