Overview 

Historically, VISTA has always used the PIMS Scheduling module on the VT-100 emulated terminal. The Scheduling GUI is intended to be a replacement and complement for PIMS Scheduling. You can run the Scheduling GUI without any interaction with PIMS; or you can have it interacting with PIMS so that appointments will have various cascading effects on other packages using the PIMS triggered protocols and PIMS APIs. Most people use it with PIMS so that it can integrate well with CPRS. 

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Historically, VISTA has always used the PIMS Scheduling module on the VT-100 emulated terminal. The Scheduling GUI is intended to be a replacement and complement for PIMS Scheduling. You can run the Scheduling GUI without any interaction with PIMS; or you can have it interacting with PIMS so that appointments will have various cascading effects on other packages using the PIMS triggered protocols and PIMS APIs. Most people use it with PIMS so that it can integrate well with CPRS. 

A GUI interface to make, cancel, check-in, and no-show VISTA appointments.

 

 

Make and cancel appointments (Future appointments and Walk-ins)
Check-in and undo check-in's.
No-show and undo No-shows.
Make slots (i.e. how many patients will a provider see)
Set Overbook permissions to Clerks
Print Schedule List for Providers
Print Appointment List for Patients
Print Appointment Reminder Letters
Auto-Rebook appointments (along with Rebook letters)
Search for appointments in the future (you can limit to specific slot type or day)
Integration with the Radiology Package to make Radiology Appointments (v 1.6)
Dynamic view of Schedules:
Can open multiple schedules for a Clinic Group
Can view a single schedule in 1, 5 or 7 day view
Can change the time scale as long as it isn't less the minimum appointment length 
Bi-directional communication with PIMS Scheduling Module.
Appointment Clipboard Functionality
Drag and drop for appointments
Full UTF-8 support if the Mumps Database supports it.
L18N for Arabic