Guam joins the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC)
Guam joined the NLC and has been added to our system as "available" for selecting compact status. RNs and LPNs will have this available for immediate use immediately.
Bugfix to the User Management Report
We’ve been hard at work improving the value of our User Management Report. You’ll find this report in the "Dashboard" primary navigation when you select “Facility Users”--it is intended to help managers easily maintain oversight of their team members using the Passport system. In the previous report, we included name, email address, username, permissions, last login time, last logout time, and if that login was successful. We discovered a bug that was not properly displaying this information for some implementations of SSO. This has now been corrected, and the last login/logout time is populated for all clients.
For users who have permission to manage users, this report can be found from the Facility Dashboard. Select "Dashboard" -> "Facility Users" -> "Export User Report" -> "Download". The report will show all users for your entire organization, despite the user interface showing a more filtered list of users at the facility.
Skip invalid email addresses in Provider Files
We've heard your feedback about opportunities for the files to not fully fail for a minor data issue on one row, and we are taking some meaningful steps towards re-evaluating what data fields are causing files to fail. Instead of failing a full file, we identified some fields of data that are good candidates to skip when they are invalid. We have shifted the below validation away from causing a full file failure, and instead, we will skip the bad data and process the file successfully with a minor warning:
- Invalid Email Address - For Provider Files, we accept email addresses in several known formats and check for valid email domains before importing. In the past, if an invalid email format was sent over we would fail the entire provider file causing delays in enrolling providers into monitoring. Now, if something is added in the email address field of a provider file that is outside of the accepted formats, instead of failing the entire file, we will skip just the invalid email, and import the rest of that provider's good data, alongside the rest of the data in the file.
Please note that this does not apply to user files that rely on email as a critical component of user security. Please reach out to Client Success if you have any questions on how these improvements to the file processing affect your population.