Friday, July 31, 2009

On the Reporting Dashboard (design)

Here's a quick mockup of what I'm thinking the Report Dashboard should look like. I need some help with some of the most common queries that users ask about. You'll quickly notice that the dashboard is missing a graphical widget. Once I think of something to implement, I will add it. Let me know if you have any suggestions.


4 comments:

Ada said...

It would be best to have date range for each of the criteria. For example, date range for program enrollment, another date range for "On ARV", and another date range for "Lost To Followup".

Justin Miranda said...

Interesting. What is the query you're trying to ask if we add date ranges for ON ARV and LOST TO FOLLOWUP?

Ada said...

Sometimes, we use different definitions for "On ARVs" and "Lost to Followup". Let's use Lost to Followup as an example. Our Outreach definition is that on ARVs patients who have no encounter for over 6 months and NOT on ARVs patients who have no encounter for over 12 months. Our research definition is that on ARVs patients who have no encounter for over 3 months and NOT on ARVs patients who have no encounter for over 6 months. That's why I thought having date range for each criteria would be more flexible.

Justin Miranda said...

So hopefully, that will actually be built into the definition for LOST TO FOLLOWUP. In other words, when you click on LOST TO FOLLOW, you will triggering a cohort definition or logic query to fire. To keep the UI as simple as possible, we'll default to "today" as the date to calculate 6 MONTHS or 3 MONTHS. But when the user drills into the next page (Cohort Analysis), they'll be able to play around with the criteria in a more fine-grained way.