Embeddable UI Components

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Overview

The Zus Care Team Workflow (CTW) component library is a powerful set of open-source React components you can use to enrich your clinical application with external patient data accessed from the Zus Aggregated Profile (ZAP).

These components allow your application to display real-time patient data from trusted sources and other providers using Zus, in provider-friendly formats. For example:

  • Users can view summarized and de-duplicated data, and dive into detailed event history

  • For a given clinical event, users can view the related source document (e.g., Continuity of Care Document, Encounter Summary, Provider Note)

  • Medication documentation, prescriptions, and fills are summarized into a single component view

  • Conditions are categorized and filterable by specialty area

In addition to displaying data, some components also include write capabilities allowing you to manage your own Problem and Medications Lists.

View external patient Medications information

View external patient Medications information

Manage the Problem List for your own patient records

Manage the Problem List for your own patient records

Available and Upcoming Components

The Zus Care Team Workflow (CTW) component library is primarily organized by clinical data class, though our Timeline component will expand to include numerous data types conducive to being viewed as an event log.

Getting Started

To get started with the Zus Care Team Workflow (CTW) component library:

  • You can find an overview of all the components, demos and examples, and technical documentation on how the components work in our Storybook documentation.
  • You can use the Zus App for inspiration or as a standalone tool. This application is built using our open-source React components.
  • You can view and install the CTW component library, following the instructions in the GitHub readme.