A Report Profile generates reports and are managed by a user assigned to an Admin Role. Each Report Profile is configured with a specific report type and settings. Settings include the devices, range of data history, how frequent a report is generated, and users that receive report notifications.
Only a user assigned to an Admin Role has access to the following features.
Manage Report Profiles
Managing Report Profiles include creating new Report Profiles, managing Report settings, and archiving Report Profiles.
Control who has access to reports
Access is controlled by the devices included in the Report Profile and the Role(s) assigned to a user.
To view a report, a user is required to be assigned to the Business Unit or Location assigned to all devices included in the report. For example, if a report includes devices from two different Business Units, only users assigned to both Business Units have access to the report.
All OneVue users have access to the following features. To view the reports generated by a Report Profile, a user is required to be assigned to the Business Unit and/or Location for the included in the Report Profile.
View and download active reports
Active reports are those reports generated by active Report Profiles. Commonly, they are set to generate automatically.
Generate a new Report
Although reports may be generated automatically, at anytime a user can generate a new report for active Report Profiles.
View archived reports
When a Report Profile is archived it no longer generates reports and all of its report history is archived. OneVue stores archived reports for long-term storage and does not allow archived Report Profiles or reports to be deleted.
Create electronic records of user report reviews (21 CFR Part 11)
The Report Review feature provides an online method to electronically record the acknowledgment of report reviews by OneVue users.
Each OneVue solution provides Report Types unique its use and devices.
The available report types provide device states and event data.
Reports only include OneVue Sync Transmitters. 72MHz Analog Clocks, Digital Clocks, and Timers do not transmit data to OneVue, and therefore are not included in reports.
The Transmitter Warning-Alarm State Report only includes Transmitters currently in a Warning or Alarm state. When in either of these states, the device requires attention to resolve the cause of it entering a Warning or Alarm state.
Includes Notify InfoBoards and Sync Bluetooth Clocks and Repeaters currently in a Warning state.
The Clock-InfoBoard Warning State Report only includes Sync clocks and timers and Notify InfoBoards that are currently in a Warning state. When in a Warning state, a device requires attention to resolve the cause of it entering a Warning state.
The Critical Notification Event History Report includes the critical notification events reported by OneVue Sync Transmitters and Notify InfoBoards.
The Digital Event report includes code blue and elapsed timer events logged by InfoBoards. An InfoBoard transmits its events to OneVue during its daily check-in to OneVue. Data includes the time of each event, the event type, event action, timer value, and user entered comments.
Only applies when InfoBoards are also used as a Scheduled Countdown Timer. These reports provide the details of the Zone, which includes the period schedules, assigned to an InfoBoard.
The user report types provide summary details of your OneVue users, from their assigned Roles, Device Classes, and Alert Rules. These reports can only be accessed by a user assigned to an Admin Role.
The User Report provides details of each user, including their assigned Device Classes, Roles, and Alert Rules, and indicates if a User Profile is inactive.
If a staff member is leaving your organization and you need to reassign their responsibilities, this report provides what's needed to reassign their OneVue responsibilities to another user.
The User Role Report provides details of the Roles and Device Classes assigned to each user.
If you need to understand who has access to account data and features, this report provides what's needed to identify who's assigned to specific Business Units or Locations and their assigned Roles.
The User Alert Rule Report provides who alert notifications are sent to for each Alert Rule and indicates if the rule is enabled or disabled.
If you need to analyze who receives alert notifications, this report provides what's needed to ensure notifications are being sent to the right staff and you have the right coverage.