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Tutorial for new user?

Last post 04-01-2009, 9:31 PM by Records For Living Support. 1 replies.
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  •  03-24-2009, 8:35 AM 1323

    Tutorial for new user?

    What form of tutorial can you suggest to assist me in entering data regarding tests, calendar events, visits, etc.
    Every time I attempt to use your system, it tells me that a date or some other item is missing and I can go no further.
    I need step-by-step instruction in the performance of these tasks.  How do I get such help??
  •  04-01-2009, 9:31 PM 1328 in reply to 1323

    Re: Tutorial for new user?

    Attachment: RequiredData.PNG
    Thank you for your interest in HealthFrame.

    I have created a summary for you of all pieces of information that HealthFrame requires.  I have the information organized per type of data (e.g. visit, test, conditions, etc).  For each kind of data, I have marked the pieces that are required.

    As you can see, for the most part, the typical information that is required is the 'name' or 'type' for the new record.  For instance, a new condition needs to be described, e.g. 'Asthma'; or a new treatment/procedure that is being entered, e.g. 'Appendicitis'.

    In some circumstances, the date is important too.  If you're entering data about a visit, the date is typically important - even if it is an approximate date (you can always add notes, to remind you that your date was an approximation).  Certainly a date is important when entering a calendar event.  Note that in some cases, the date is defaulted to the current date ('Default: Today').

    There are three other 'special' pieces of information that are required: the provider with whom you are communicating, your relationship to a particular family member and the role of an individual provider (PCP, specialist, etc).

    One final point to note is that no information is required for "Birth Information" - though entering your birth date is highly recommended.

    We hope the summary table below is helpful.

    Please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
    Support Team

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