- Eliminating the two-step process between Tasks and Forms so that these are completed on the same page.
- Enabling you to meet your compliance needs more effectively by ensuring that the mandatory Forms are completed and therefore all observations have been made before completing of a Task. Also, by demonstrating through Instructions, that you have provided the relevant guidance and communicated best practice to all staff in the best possible way.
- Encouraging you to adopt a more outcome-based approach to your care delivery, where you will be able to help your service users set and achieve goals more efficiently. By ensuring that you create Tasks and record observations that periodically monitor the progress of your service users. For example, goals such as self-care, mobility, dietary progress, social interaction etc. can all be monitored in a methodical way.
How to do this: In the picture below you can see that in Jonathan's Tasks menu, you must first click into an assigned Task - in this case Breakfast. Below the Task Description box, you have a section to tag Instructions and Forms on to the Task. Remember that the Instruction must be created beforehand, and the Form must be set-up for the resident beforehand, in order for it to show on the list. Then you can add relevant Instructions and Forms to the task. You also have the ability to display these in the order of your choice. And in case of Forms, to decide whether or not the Form tagged MUST be completed or not, by de/selecting the box.
For any more help on how to create these tags and use this feature in the best possible way, do reach out to us.