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Purpose: ID Badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the Vanderbilt Card. PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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Tap On!!. Tap Off!!. The New Vanderbilt Card (Previously the “Badge”). X. TAP. Purpose: ID Badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the Vanderbilt Card. The Vanderbilt Card maintains all functions of the previous ID badge and also allows :

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Purpose id badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the vanderbilt card

Tap On!!

Tap Off!!

The New Vanderbilt Card

(Previously the “Badge”)

X

TAP

  • Purpose: ID Badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the Vanderbilt Card.

    • The Vanderbilt Card maintains all functions of the previous ID badge and also allows :

    • Fast access to a computer workstation (CWS) with Tap On and Tap off technology!

      • Saves overall time to log on to the Virtual Clinical Workstation (VCWS) with less opportunity to misspell VUNetID or e-password


Purpose id badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the vanderbilt card

1st Time Vanderbilt Card Set-Up

  • Upon receiving your new Vanderbilt Card: Create a PIN number

    • For security reasons, you must create a PIN number

    • Tap your badge to the card reader, the log on box will appear, fill in the blanks for VUNet ID and e-Password

    • The accessVU screen will appear with prompts to set up your 4 digit PIN number

    • Fill in all blanks and click “Set PIN”

A one-time PIN number set-up is required


Purpose id badge redesign incorporates a computer chip now referred to as the vanderbilt card

Accessing a VCWS with the Vanderbilt Card

From your unit CWS screensaver:

Briefly tap and hold your badge/card to the top of the badge/card reader (for best results use the badge/card with the black stripe on the back)

Make sure VCWS login box is checked

Enter your e-password or 4 digit Pin number

When your documentation session is finished, re-tap the badge/card reader to log-off (your virtual session will remain intact)

Tap Off!

Tap On!!

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VUNet ID

4 Digit PIN

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Tapping in process

Tapping In Process

  • The first CWS tap on of the day requires e-Password for authentication

  • The next tap on attempt will only require PIN number

    Instant Access

  • Instant access within the same workstation:

    • If a user taps off and returns to the same CWS within ten minutes, the user can tap on for instant access to the CWS without entering a PIN number

    • If another user logs on to the CWS you’re working with, your instant access is terminated


  • Vanderbilt card troubleshooting tips

    Vanderbilt Card Troubleshooting Tips:

    Things to consider:

    • Make sure the PIN number is set up correctly. The PIN number cannot be three or four sequential or similar numbers

      • Unacceptable examples: 1234, 5678, 1111, 2222, 1333, etc.

    • Do not puncture the Vanderbilt Card for any reason

      • Other HID-type cards may interfere with the card reader

      • Make sure that *only* the VU ID badge is being tapped onto the card reader

      • If another ID card also has the chip/code it may interfere with the card reader

    • The Vanderbilt card requires 15-30 minutes from being made to become active, if you cannot log-on after 30 minutes please submit a HD ticket, include CWS ID, User ID and date/time


    Reminder of t imeouts and timeframes

    Reminder of Timeouts and Timeframes

    • With no activity the CWS will:

      • After 10 min – CWS will lock with VCWS session intact, the user is required to tap on and enter the PIN number to regain VCWS access

      • After 110 min - The CWS physical connection is ended, VCWS session remains intact. After 3hrs of no activity, the VCWS session is terminated.

    • 24h after initial log-on with VUNetID and password the user will be required to enter their e-password with next log-on


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