RTasks a website application; ResiDex, accessible through a webrowser! RTasks allows your staff to do electronic charting from any device with an internet connection and web browser - iPads and iPhones, Android tablets and smartphones, Windows / Apple PCs and laptops, ChromeBooks, you name it. RTasks provides immediate point-of-care charting information to caregivers including service Plans, medication lists, service histories, agency policies / procedures, and more are available to your caregivers at point-of-care in real-time, revolutionizing care delivery! 

RTasks: Record an incident with Body Diagram

If you have performed the Incident Setup steps in Desktop ResiDex and have User Role - 6 "Incidents",  you will be able to enter incidents using RTasks.  The same Incidents created in desktop Residex for your campus will be available to you in RTasks!

RTasks - Entering Resources

The Resources button in RTasks' Resident Profile screen allows users to document important resources for that individual, such as health care providers, organizations, insurances, and the like.


RTasks - Resident Status

Resident's status (Reserved, Active, Hold, Transfer, or Discharge) can easily be set from the RTask Resident Profile screen.  This article explains each status, how it is set and implications for the resident.

RTasks- 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.

RTasks: Resident Profile

 Resident Profiles in RTasks are accessed by selecting the RTasks People button, then selecting Residents. All staff may view information here;  users with provider type RN or LPN and users with role 11 - Manager or 13 - Supervisor are able to:

  • Admit a new resident
  • Update or edit current resident information (demographics, allergies etc...)
  • Change a client status (active, hold, or discharged)