A key feature of security in Noah is the ability to track all activity related to patient data. This includes editing patients, exporting patients, deleting patients, and much more. These events are tracked in the Noah Activity Log. The Activity log is turned on automatically at installation.
The Activity Log can only be managed by a Noah Administrator. By default, the log is not viewable by Level 1 or Level 2 Noah users. The ability to ‘View the Activity Log’ is an action that can be configured under the User Level definitions in the Noah Console.
- A separate database for record storage. The Activity log events are stored in an encrypted Microsoft Compact Edition database.
- Each event includes the date and time, the logged in username, the PC name, the patient name, the specific activity, and additional notes in some cases. The screen shot below shows an example.
- The activity log supports manually archiving records so the location can maintain a history for as long as required. In addition to archiving records, a Noah Administrator will be able to delete outdated records. Archiving records and deleting records are logged activities.
The full list of Activities can be found here.