Description: Finding information in 'Joint Longitudinal Viewer (JLV), formerly Joint Legacy Viewer, can be overwhelming at times. Where do you start? How do you get to the information you want without having to read notes individually? This seminar is part two of a two-part series and is focused on the advanced use of JLV to uncover clinical data. The presentation will cover advanced filtering techniques, building reports in JLV, finding images, and using community health summaries.
This seminar is meant for researchers that are familiar with the basics of JLV and want to learn additional methods for finding information or improving the methods they currently use. Newer users may want to review the archived session from '3/1 for coverage of how to get started with JLV.
Learn how to use JLV for:
• Determining eligibility of a research subject
• Chart abstractions
• Identifying adverse events