AngelTrack 2.0 build 223 (2015-06-20) release notes

AngelTrack terms of service are updated during this build to include the following requirement:

Customer Obligations

Customer agrees to read and implement the "Disaster Preparedness" guide included within Product's online help so as to ensure continuity of service during an outage. Customer agrees to periodically review and test the disaster preparedness measures so taken, to ensure they are sufficient for maintaining continuity of service through an outage of twenty-four (24) hours. IN THE EVENT CUSTOMER CANNOT ENSURE CONTINUITY OF SERVICE THROUGH AN OUTAGE OF TWENTY-FOUR (24) HOURS, CUSTOMER SHALL CEASE ALL USE OF PRODUCT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE OR WITHIN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

The following features, bugfixes, and changes are present in this build:

Improvements and new features

  1. The worldwide IP block list goes into effect. All internet traffic from outside North America is blocked. If you need to access your AngelTrack cloud server from outside North America, you must contact AngelTrack support to request an exception be added to your cloud server's deny list.
  2. The Dispatch Assign page is now aware of return-trips that are postponing their activation until their outbound trips have completed.
  3. Notification messages sent to crews are more compact, so as to work better over SMS (text message) links.

Significant bugfixes

  1. The chart of anticipated runtimes that appears under the map on the Dispatch Create page sometimes overlaps the chart of calculated price quotes.
  2. The Time Clock Log page sometimes allows crew members to clock themselves out even though they have unfinished reports.
  3. Beginning in build 221, one-shot ePCS forms are being attached to the patient record, rather than to the dispatch record.
  4. Some catch-and-release trips failed XSD validation when exported to NEMSIS 3.
  5. When 8 is input as the tenths digit of an odometer reading in the Run Call page, it is sometimes stored as a 7.
  6. Crew members should not be able to edit the date ranges of their certificates using the Employee Self-Edit page; only HR should be able to edit certificate entries.
  7. When the patient disposition is set to "Patient treated - released AMA", the PCR Signatures page open the "Telemedicine Consult" signature form rather than the "Patient discharge AMA" form.