App Manual for Doctors
Access all of your patients here. For each patient, you can deep dive into their calendar, profile and shared notifications. New patient requests will also appear here.
2. Patient's Calendar
Cycle day number, dosing, symptoms and notes are tracked and saved every day. As the provider, you can track patient's symptoms and notes, and make adjustments as necessary to cycle days, dosing information, and calendar types. Your calendar changes are automatically recorded in your patient's notifications and history is always saved.
3. Patient's Calendar Day
The day view hosts most of the controls for the calendar, adjustments that are not regularly made in a cycle can be found in the profile
Repeats: Dose adjustments can be edited just for the day, repeated on the same cycle day number or for all days.
Single Dose Changes: These are non-repeating changes on a patients dose schedule. Single Dose Changes disappear when cycle days are recalculated for any reason (Reset day 1, changing period length)
Symptoms: The full list of symptoms is available from the dropdown. Patients can add, change and remove symptoms for the current day and any days in the past. Patients cannot add symptoms for future days
Notes: leave your patients a message on a day. Both patients and doctors can leave notes. Notes can be added in the past or future, and can be changed or removed. Notes that mention the words "blood draw" will make the Blood Draw icon visible to the patient for that day
Calendar Switch: We support lunar and personal calendars. Lunar calendars are automatically calculated based on the Timezone set by the patient. Lunar cycle days are locked and cannot be changed. Personal calendars run depending on the period information provided by the patient. Personal calendar cycle days can be updated through the Patient's Profile
History is always saved, so changes in cycle day numbers and dosing are only applied going forward.
Reset Cycle Day: This recalculates the patient's cycle days going forward using the selected as cycle day 1. Reseting a cycle day in the past won't change the past, but days in the future will be updated to match the cycle that began on this day.
4. Patient's Profile
Information that impacts the patients' calendar, but don't apply per calendar day are found here.
Unit and frequency: you can update the frequency and medium of the dosing, this appears in the patient's Calendar Day going forward
Average Period Length: This number is visualized by the number of days marked as Expected Bleed on the patient's calendar
Average time between cycles: This number determines the number of cycle days for the patient
Period Margin: This is the number of days in the range surrounding your target period date. Patients who observe a period outside of this margin will trigger an unexpected period notification. For example, if someone says that their period is 26 days and the period margin is 2 days, we can expect a "normal" bleed to happen +/- 2 days away from day 26, or rather it could happen on day 24, 25, 26, 27, or 28 and the app would consider this normal.
5. Patient Notifications
You can see all of the notifications from your patient's point of view. This records all calendar changes made between you.
6. My Notification
Your notifications will include capture all calendar changes across all of your patients, as well as new patients on-boarding. This can get pretty noisy, so we've added some controls to toggle certain notifications on or off in your Settings page.
7. My Settings
All of your configurations for your account are found here. This also includes your notification settings and password management.
8. My Profile
Your profile information is visible to patients, especially during sign up. Having a full profile can make it easier for your patients find you
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