This application is in a stage of development that may be subject to change or deprecation and may not yet be feature complete or perform consistently.

Zus's standalone application allows clinical users to get up-to-speed on their patient populations quickly and easily. It uses the same front-end components and underlying data as the ZAP for EHRs and embedded components, making it a great place to start.

The Patient Profile is an interface for a care team user to view a patient’s relevant clinical information in order to inform their next action. The complete profile is a compilation of components that render subsets of clinical information (i.e. Medications, Conditions). Customers can opt to have their care teams log in to the Patient Profile as a whole, or embed individual components of the profile into their interface of choice.


When you log into the ZAP, you will arrive on a Dashboard page that allows you to search for your patients by name (any combination of patient first name and/or last name) or patient identifier.


If you click on the Patients tab at the top of the page, you'll load a list of all of your patients in Zus.


Patient List load times may be long

We are working on continuously improving the load time of the patient list. Until this work is complete, the patient list may take up to one minute to load. In the meantime, you can use the patient search from the Dashboard to find individual patient ZAPs.

Patient Profile

The Patient Details page consists of cards containing relevant clinical and administrative information for the selected patient. Users can click on the tabs in the left side panel to navigate to the underlying tabs.

From the Overview, users can navigate to:

  • "View Details" where users can view and edit patient demographic information.
  • "Request Records" which allows you to create an on-demand patient history request.
  • "Conditions" where users can view and edit patient conditions.
  • "Medications" where users can view and edit patient medications.
  • "Diagnostics" where users can view patient diagnostic report data.
  • "Documents" where users can view relevant documents retrieved for the patient.
  • "Allergies" where users can view and edit patient allergies.

πŸ”΄ The red dot beside each clinical tab indicates when there is new or unreviewed data.