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Enter an Assessment

  • Users must be specifically be given permission to record clinical Assessments.
  • Access to conduct ONLY "Non-clinical assessments" (leisure, dietary, and Bio/History) can optionally be granted to non-nursing staff.

Setup Condition Change Types

Setting up the Condition Change feature is very simple and must be done prior to any condition change entry. You would NOT want to edit the types or questions associated with a condition change AFTER you have been using the feature.

Assessment Question Setup

Assessments are made up of topics, categories (questions) and evaluation options (possible answers). Your database will come with a list of questions that you can select to appear on each assessment type.  We will break down the assessment setup for you.  If the questions that are there do not meet your needs, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to assist in customizing the assessment questions with you.

MD Order Snippets

Another use of the "Snippet" feature is to quickly create an MD order summary or allow quick entry of a set of Standing Orders. Create the snippet of text once and it is available to select and incorporate into MD Orders that are created.  

Alternatively, standing orders can be added to resident med lists as a Med Set, which will be automatically added to the list of resident meds in the MD Orders. 

Resident Bio/History

The Bio/History assessment offers users an opportunity to enter resident biographical data and personal preferences and share that with caregivers.  Information in the Bio/History assessment is entered in a similar fashion to other Residex assessments.  Once a bio/history assessment is marked complete, it can be either printed out and provided to staff, or sent electronically via RTasks to caregivers to review/acknowledge, and reference as needed to provide high quality, individualized care.  Bio/History is an assessment type that can be delegated to RTask users who do not have clinical roles assigned.