Integrating with the Engage Patient Context Adapter

You can configure the VMP Server to obtain information from one or more Engage Patient Context Adapters. This enables Vocera Collaboration Suite and VMP Web Console users to include links to patient information in message conversations.

  1. Start the VMP Administrator.
  2. Select Configuration > System Options.

    The System Options dialog box appears.

  3. Scroll to the Integrations section, and then to the Patient Context subsection.
  4. Set the Enabled field to Yes.
  5. In the VMP Administrator, select Configuration > Engage Servers.
  6. In the Engage Sites window, click the Add icon.

    The Engage Sites and Edit Site panels appear.

  7. If the Engage site that you are adding is to be the default site, select the Default Site checkbox.

  8. In the Edit Site panel, supply the following information for your Engage site.
    1. In the Engage Client ID field, type the client ID that the Engage server uses to represent your VMP Server.
    2. In the Site Label field, specify the name that you want to use to identify this Engage server.
    3. In the Adapter URL field, type the URL of the Engage Patient Context Adapter. An example URL is
    4. In the Adapter Authentication Key field, type the key that authenticates the connection between the VMP Server and the Engage Patient Context Adapter.
    5. If your Engage server is integrated with an Airstrip platform that displays waveform data for patients whose information has been obtained through the server's Engage Patient Context Adapter, set Airstrip Enabled to Yes.
    6. If Airstrip Enabled has been set to Yes:
      • In the Airstrip Shared Key field, type the Airstrip authentication field.
      • In the Airstrip Site ID field, type the Airstrip site ID.
    7. To map a VMP Server site to this Engage server:
      • Click the icon in the Mapped Voice Sites field.

      • In the Edit Mapped Voice Sites window, click the Add icon.

      • In the Select Sites window, select the site or sites to map, and click OK.
      • Click OK in the Edit Mapped Voice Sites window.
  9. To add an additional Engage site, click the Add icon again and repeat the preceding steps.
  10. Click OK to save your changes.
  11. The next step is to create a VMP group containing the users that have permission to access the Engage Patient Context Adapter. To do this, select Users & Groups > Groups.
    Note: You can also use an existing group, if this fits better with your group organization.
  12. If you are creating a new group:
    1. In the toolbar in the Groups pane, click Add.
    2. In the New Group dialog box, enter the name of the group (for example, Engage Group), and click OK.
  13. In the Groups view, select the group that is to receive Engage Patient Context Adapter permissions, and click the Permissions tab.
  14. Select the Patient data access checkbox.

After you have created this group, if you are viewing a user who is a member of the group, and you select the Member of tab, the Patient Data Access column indicates that the user is a member of a group that has patient data access.

The user is also listed as having the Patient Data Access user right:

This user right is not editable in the Edit Rights dialog box.