OnePacs has added an additional layer of security that may be enabled on any user account. When enabled, two-factor authentication requires that a user enter a 6-digit passcode generated from a registered device in addition to user name and password when logging into the web application. Users can set up two-factor authentication in Options -> User Preferences.
- Two-factor authentication can be required by security policy. If this option is enabled, users will be required to register a device and provide a one-time passcode on their next login.
- User managers are provided new tools to suspend or reset two-factor device credentials.
- If two-factor authentication is not mandatory, the user may manually suspend two-factor authentication for a brief period of time.
- It is now possible to view configuration changes made to a specific user or facility.
- It's also possible to view all configuration changes made by a particular user.
- A new permission was added to control access to this feature.
- A calculated turnaround time column was added.
- A time-to-target column was added to the worklist. This column will display the time remaining until the target (or warning) time.
- Radiologists may be given a separate max queue size value for stat cases (ie a limit on the number of stat cases they can be assigned).
- Incoming document filtering was improved to allow keyword filtering and hiding empty folders.
- Additional data is available in the interfaces dashboard when viewing an incoming order or report message.
- Logging in with an unsupported browser will result in a warning message. This applies to older version of Microsoft Internet Explorer version 9 and lower.
- Users using Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or below are no longer able to open the report editing window.