The Eko Dashboard is a tool to help you manage your patients, sites, and related data. You use it to:
Manage clinicians and sites in your program.
View and use all functionality enabled for your institution.
If you’re new to Eko, an Eko account should have been created for you by your Institution Admin, who assigned you the role of Program Admin. You should have received an email prompting you to create an account. If you already have an Eko account, you should have received an email confirming your Program Admin role.
Sign in to the Dashboard here, or you can find it on the Eko website by clicking Dashboard on the top right.
Programs help you organize and manage clinician access, live streams, and patient recordings based on your institution’s needs. Programs can be based on location, specialty, diagnoses, and so on. It’s up to your institution to decide how to set up programs.
There are two types of programs:
Used for live streaming use cases where the patient and the provider are in a virtual visit together at the same time. The Dashboard screen shows the list of live streams available to the user based on the program they’re viewing.
Used for recording use cases where the patient may have metrics captured at one time that are uploaded and then reviewed by a provider later. The Dashboard screen shows the list of recent recordings that have been taken by users that belong to the program the user is viewing.
Let’s take a tour of the screens you have access to in the Dashboard.
In the Program section of the navigation bar, you can view the currently-selected program or select a different program if there is more than one. Click the Program button to open a drop-down menu showing the list of programs. Click a different program name to select it.
In the Dashboard section of the navigation bar, the view changes based on whether or not the selected program is live stream-based or recording-based.
The dashboard for the live stream program shows the list of live streams you can join. You can:
Select whether to view the live streams for sites or clinicians.
Search for a specific user.
Click the star icon to favorite the live streams you join most often.
The Patients screen shows the list of patients assigned to the program you are viewing. By default, the table will be populated by active patients. You can search by patient name or filter the table to show archived patients, active patients, or all patients for the program. Clicking a row in the table will direct you to the patient profile.
This screen is only visible if recordings are turned on for your institution.
The Program Details screen shows information about the program, such as:
Number of users in the program.
Names of the Program Admins.
Capabilities the users have access to.
The table can be filtered to show the list of sites or clinicians that belong to the program. You use this screen to add and manage sites and clinicians.
Program Details showing sites:
Program Details showing clinicians:
The Analysis Metrics screen provides insight into how many positive findings have been captured while using Eko devices. This screen is only available if your institution has recording-based programs and Eko analysis. There must be at least one active program for the screen to be available.
The data on this screen shows:
The total number of recordings taken by sites within a program.
The number of positive findings (murmur detected, bradycardia, tachycardia, and atrial fibrillation).
The percent without findings (the number of recordings that resulted in a poor heart sound signal).
You can also view findings at the recording level and filter by findings in the table. This screen can be filtered to show data from the past 30 days or it can be set to show all data.
The Unassigned Recordings screen shows a list of recordings that haven’t been assigned to a patient profile. The list only shows the recordings that the signed-in user created. It doesn’t show all of the unassigned recordings for the entire program.
The Live Stream section is used to connect to a live stream. This is only accessible for recording-based programs where the institution has live streaming turned on. For live streaming-based programs, this section is disabled because this information is already shown in the Dashboard section.
Date of Issue:
April 17, 2023