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Introduction

This article is meant to assist you with the Medications Tab.

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Medications Tab Layout

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Medications

Click on the green “Add Medication” button to add medication to a case file.

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Add New Medication General Tab Layout

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Be sure to save any new medications you add.

Medication Information

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Field Name Description
Status Indicate whether the medication is active or inactive
Medication Name Name of the medication
Psychotropic Indicates the medication is psychotropic
Controlled Indicates the medication is controlled
Bloodwork Required Indicates whether there is bloodwork required
Reason Reason for the prescription
Date Prescribed Date prescription was given
Prescribed By Who the medication was prescribed by
Reason Include the reason why the client has been prescribed the medication

Dosage Information

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Field Name Description
Dosage Instructions Specific instructions on how to take the mediciation
Dosage Times Times of the day when medication is needed
As Needed Indicates the medication is not taken daily and is on an as needed basis

Response/Reaction to Medication

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Field Name Description
Response Date Date there was a reaction to the medication
Response to Medication Select whether there was an increase or decrease in the level of functioning
Response Comments Any comments about the response to the mediciation
Potential Side Effects Select all side effects that apply
Other Side Effects List any side effects that were happened and were not included on the above list

File Attachments

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For assistance with attaching files, refer to the Attaching and Deleting Files article and video in Related Topics

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