FTI current consists of three core features: content, categories, and organizations
Content refers to how a physician stores their notes on a certain topic. For example, a user may save content that defines what hypertension is:
Once content is added, the user can then easily locate and pull up that content when it is needed, or new content can be added by clicking the “New Content” button.
Categories are like folders, containing more categories or content within. In the above example, we added our “Defining Hypertension” content to the “Diagnosis” category, which belongs to the “Cardiovascular” category. Users have the freedom to use categorical structures that make the most sense to them
Major Categories can be added by clicking “New Category”
Subcategories can be added by clicking on a category and clicking “New Subcategory”
Organizations allow users to quickly share relevant information with colleagues. For example, if the content added above was published to an organization, other members of the same organization would then be able to see that content on their My FTI (formerly home) screen. If they decide the content was irrelevant to them, they can dismiss it and they will no longer see the content on their My FTI screen. If the information is relevant to their practice, they can click “View” to see the content. Subsequently, if they decide they would like to add the content to their own FTI, they can then create and use the categorical structure that the original author suggested (My FTI/Cardiovascular/Diagnosis) or use their own structure by navigating to their desired category and clicking “Add to [category]”.
After adding the content to a category, it can be viewed by clicking “View Content”