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Any arbitrary schedule date can be selected for display.


Figure 1: Date chooser allows user to select any date for display.

Can spawn multiple windows to display data on different screens (e.g. today’s schedule and tomorrow’s schedule).

Comments for each case can be entered directly into the “Comments” column and all running instances of the app are updated to display the comments.

Schedule data can be saved to a file as HTML or CSV.

Data can be copied to the clipboard and pasted into another application as HTML or CSV.

Schedule can be printed.


Figure 2: Print preview screen.


Columns can be auto-resized to fit contents.

Can display in full-screen mode (hides the application title bar and menu).

Can pass in parameters such as the schedule date via the shortcut.

Legend can be displayed or hidden.


Figure 3: When enabled, the legend displays at the bottom of the screen.


Columns may be resized, and can have application auto-fit columns.

Can display in full-screen mode.

Default schedule date can be configured via the application desktop shortcut (e.g. T, T+1).

Right-click or double-click a row to bring up a comment editor to enter a comment for the selected case.  The application will automatically color the comments in the display, for example “Emergency” will be bold and red.


Figure 4: Comment editor allows user to select from a list of standard comments from the drop-down menu or enter a custom comment.

The application is fully configurable, allowing the user to modify the following settings:

Font and background color

Refresh frequency

Color of progress bars can be customized (“In Progress”, “On Time”, “Over Time”)

Columns may be resized, enabled/disabled, and the order may be customized.

The schedule data may be sorted by any of the columns.

The application can be configured to display finished cases or remove them from the display once they are complete.

The application can be configured to advance on to the next day after cases have all been completed.

The cases may be grouped by OR, with alternate background colors.

VistA Access and Verify codes can be stored by the program in encrypted format so that a user does not have to manually logon to the application.

All customization settings are stored to an INI file so that they persist between sessions.


Figure 5: The Application Settings dialog.  Provides maximum customizability for the application, including the ability to select specific columns for display and reorder them.