1. Select the “Med Mgmt” icon on the main navigation bar to be taken to the Medication Management Module
At the top of the Med Management screen, the orange date bar will display the current date.
- To view medication on a different date, use the arrow on the left to view the previous day and the arrow on the right to view the following day.
- To jump on a different day, tap the date bar. A pop-up will appear with a calendar of the current month.
- To view the previous month, tap the word “Previous”. To view the following month, tap the word “Next”.
- To view a previous year, tap the current year at the top of the pop-up. Then select the desired year from the scrollable list and tap “OK”. Once you have selected your desired date, tap “OK” at the bottom of the pop-up box.
- To jump back to the current date, tap the white “T” on the date bar at any time.
Selecting the Schedule tab will display all of the scheduled medications due on the selected day for the selected care recipient. In the scheduled section, the wheel displays the percentage of medications that have been administered, skipped, or are incomplete. Completed medications are represented in blue, skipped medications are represented in orange and incomplete medications are represented in grey.
Below the header, you will find all the assigned medications displayed in chronological order of when the medications are due. Medications set to “As Needed” time will be displayed at the bottom, and the hour increment for the current time will default as expanded as these items are “Due Now”. The right side of each row indicates how many records are left outstanding for that time period, how many records are overdue during the time period, or indicates if all meds due during that time period have been completed.
Overdue meds are indicated with an alert symbol on both the care recipient picture and Med Mgmt icon in the main navigation bar for the selected care recipient.
Selecting the List tab will display all active and inactive medications listed for your Care Recipient.