Ncvd Acs Registry Web Application User Manual

Ncvd acs registry web application user manual

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NCVD-ACS Registry
Web Application
User Manual
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NCVD Web Application Modules
Online Data Access and Remote Data Capture
Each SDP is given the rights to access their own data and enter data remotely at their site via the
eNCVD Web Application. Depending on its rights, each SDP may access one or more of the
following eNCVD web application:
 Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) Registry
 Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Registry
Real-time Report
Reports are generated on a real-time basis based on data entered via the online data access and
remote data capture module

Data Standard
These documents contain the definition of all variables collected in the NCVD registries

This module allows user to change their password. Users are responsible for changing their
password every time it expires

Each authorised user is required to read through, understand, and sign the Security Policy for
NCVD Web Application before being authorised to access the application. This is to ensure that
users play an active role in ensuring security of data at their level

You need to inform the *NCVD RCC immediately if:
1. You change your mobile phone number
2. You lost/ forgot your password and username
3. You are no longer involved in the NCVD
4. You have a change of responsibility or task in the NCVD
5. You are transferred to a different hospital
6. You are transferred to another NCVD-participating hospital
*NCVD RCC: NCVD Registry Coordinating Centre
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How to access the eNCVD web application
1. Register your centre as a Source Data Provider (SDP) with the NCVD Management

2. Two forms need to be filled in: 1. Authorisation List, 2. Security Policy
Fill in the Authorisation List form for the purpose of access control and individually sign the
Security Policy form to receive your username and password

Access control
Only authorised users, for authorised purposes, can gain access to the system. Depending on the
assigned role, different roles have different access rights to the web application; i.e. some user
may be able to view data only, without the ability to edit the data

Access the NCVD website at
The NCVD homepage will be displayed as shown in Figure 1.0
Figure 1.0 Homepage of the National Cardiovascular Disease Database (NCVD)
Click on the icon and the eNCVD welcome page will be displayed as
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Figure 1.1 eNCVD welcome page
To access the eNCVD web application, key in your username and password in the designated
column and click on ‘Sign in’ button

(Note: You are required to change your password every 3 months for security reasons)
User authentication
There are two levels of user’s authentication. After user logs in using username and password, an
SMS containing authentication code will be sent to user’s mobile phone. User then types in the
authentication code given in the designated box displayed on Confidentiality Statement page as
shown in Figure 1.2
(Note: The password sent via SMS will be different for each new log in)
Alternatively, for SDP users with poor phone line reception, type the fixed password (given to you
by the NCVD RCC, by request) in the authentication page

Figure 1.2 Confidentiality Statement page
Authentication code
received via sms
The next page brings the user to the Patient List page as in Figure 1.3
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Patient List
Patient list shows all of the patients registered by your centre, in a descending order (recently
entered patient will be top of the list). Column ‘Reporting Centre’ should show your centre’s

Figure 1.3 Patient List page
Reporting Centre
Name of Source Data Provider (SDP)/ Hospital where the patient is admitted

Patient ID (Pt ID)
ID which is uniquely given to each patient registered in the registry web

Patient Name
Please enter patient’s full name with the correct spelling in capital letters

Old IC
In the event that patient doesn’t have MyKad, please enter patient’s Old IC

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Compulsory to enter patient’s MyKad as this is the useful criteria used for patient verification

Other ID document no

In the event that patient doesn’t have MyKad or Old IC, please select Other ID Document No

Please specify the type of document from the drop-down box provided (Registration Number,
Passport, Birth Certificate, Mother’s I/C, Father’s I/C, Armed Force ID, Work Permit #, Date of
Birth, Lab Number, Patient ID, Others)
Date of Admission
Date patient is admitted to hospital in dd-mm-yyyy format

PCI: Date of Procedure
For patients who had undergone PCI, Date of PCI Procedure in dd-mm-yyyy format

NCVD Application
User is able to filter patient based on record in ACS or PCI or both

General Information
Radio buttons
Radio buttons are used for data that requires selection of only one pre-defined value, as shown
below. The default value for all radio buttons is assigned to ‘Missing’ unless user chooses
otherwise (except fields that are specified otherwise)

Check box
Check box is used for data field which has either Yes or No values, as shown below. The default
value for all check boxes is set to Unchecked unless user chooses otherwise

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Date Picker
To prevent user from entering invalid dates, you are to pick a date from the date picker (located
next to every date field). If you click on the calendar icon, a calendar will pop up for you to select
the respective date. Alternatively, you can also enter the data manually in the text box provided

Click on calendar icon
Each icon represents different functions as defined in Appendix

(Note: Please refer to Icons & Functions)
Navigation toolbar
There are 7 navigation items in the toolbar on top of each page, where the user could click to do a
specific task. These include:
i. Patient
ii. Pending Task
iii. Report
iv. Data Download (limited access)
v. Change Password
vi. Support
vii. Logout
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Notification Form
Before entering data, please make sure that the ‘Reporting Centre’ is the NAME OF YOUR CENTRE

Calendar button is available to add the admission date. Date of admission is default to current

Remember that if the application is left idle for more than 60 minutes, the application will be
logged off automatically. The timer is displayed at the top left of the page viewed and counts down
the 60 minutes as shown below:
ACS Notification
The notification form consists of 11 different sections that need to be filled in

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This tab can be used to search/ view patient list and add/ register patient. When cursor is placed
on the ‘Patient’ tab, dropdown menu is shown as below:
a. View Patient (Patient List)
To VIEW a patient who has been registered in the database, select ‘Patient List’ under the ‘Patient’
tab. Search patient by filling in the selection criteria and click on ‘Show’ button as shown below:
Fill in selection criteria
b. Register Patient (Patient Verification)
To REGISTER a new patient, select ‘Patient Verification’ under the ‘Patient’ tab. Before registering
a patient, please verify that the patient has not been registered in the system before. Below is
how you do it:
(Note: This is an important step - to avoid any duplication of patient or notification)
1. Click on ‘Patient Verification’ under the ‘Patient’ tab as shown below:
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2. SEARCH patient by entering their MyKad and click on ‘Search’ button
*This search function will search patients from your centre as well as patients that has been
registered in the entire registry from other centres
Enter MyKad
3. “Patient Not Found, Kindly check the criteria you have provided…” – means patient is not
registered in the system for ACS or PCI. This is where you register/add notification for ACS or PCI
by clicking on the button. Fill in accordingly by sections and click on ‘Save’

For ACS Date of Admission before 2013: Click on Add ACS V1
For ACS Date of Admission 2013 and onwards: Click on Add ACS V2
Once saved, to check if your patient has been entered in the system – click on ‘Patient List’ and
your new entry should be top of the Patient List

4. For existing patients, it will be listed as below:
Indicates the number of existing notifications for this
patient in the database. E.g. this patient has one ACS
admission and one PCI admission
*Next step for this is to click to ADD new notification
(Please refer to ‘Add New Notification’)
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c. Add New Notification
 SEARCH patient via MyKad under ‘Patient Verfication’ OR
 For existing patient (already entered previously) search MyKad under ‘Patient List’
Click on and next page will be displayed:
Click on Add Notification V1 for admission before 2013 OR Add Notification V2 for admission
2013 and onwards

Fill in accordingly by sections and click on ‘Save’

Once saved, to check if your patient has been entered in the system – click on ‘Patient List’ and
your new entry should be top of the Patient List

(Note: For existing patient, Section 1 is prefilled based on their previous admission. To edit Section
1, please refer to d. Edit Patient Demographics)
Fields marked with *asterisk are mandatory to be filled in. Failed to do so, user won’t be able to
save the data. System will prompt user as shown below:
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User can request to delete their entry if theyve mistakenly duplicated the patients data. lick on ZRequest Delete’ and you will see the summary page of requests to delete by your centre.

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