Scheduling Services

Resident Service Plans

The RTasks Resident option allows a user with ResiDex user role "2 - ResiDex Service Plans" to edit services for a resident.  With this role a user can:

  • View services
  • Add a new service
  • Discontinue a service
  • Modify a current service or services

Service Set Entry

When entering services for a resident you may wish to use the "Service Set" option.  This is helpful when you are scheduling a group of services such as vital signs or wish to have a set of services for a specific "care level". Before you use the service set feature in RTasks, you need to setup your services sets.  Find out how to setup service sets in our "Service Set Configuration" documentation.

ResiDex Services: "Plan"

Assigning services such as bathing or laundry can pose challenges.  What days of the week might be best--based upon other bathing or laundry services scheduled campus-wide?  What provider might have time on any given day?  The Residex "Plan" feature allows easy access to campus-wide assignments that makes balancing workloads that much easier!

ResiDex Service Entry: Mass Add

If you need to enter many services for a resident all at the same time (for instance, when entering a new resident's service plan for the first time), Mass Service Entry will allow you to do so quickly and efficiently.

Note: The list of available services  pulls from the "Global Service List" in each database.  You may edit the Global Service List, but we recommend doing so with caution; editing the name of a service that is in use will change the service name for all campuses using that service in the shared database.

Rescheduling a Group of Services

RTasks allows users to easily reschedule a group of services to a different time or different provider.

Supervision of Treatment Services

Whether required by regulation or performed as a best practice, the nurse should periodically review and assess the efficacy of treatments prescribed for the resident.  Residex (Hosted) and RTasks offer a means by which users can document these treatment supervisions.