Entering Medications, Diagnosis, and Ratings

Entering Medications, Diagnosis, and Ratings

Users are able to input key information into the HRST without necessarily going through the process of rating individuals.  This knowledgebase article explains and demonstrates how to go about entering and updating medications, diagnoses, and addresses.  

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For a demonstration on how to enter medications, click on this link.  An animation will be displayed that walks you through the process

http://www.hrstonline.com/support/medications


In addition to the basic procedure for entering medications, it is also important to learn how to avoid some of the pitfalls.  Click on this link to see an animation of that topic.  Mastering the information in this animation will greatly improve the quality and usefulness of the data entered.

http://www.hrstonline.com/support/entering-medications


To see a demonstration on how to enter diagnoses, click on the link below.

http://www.hrstonline.com/support/diagnoses

 

For those users actually entering Ratings, click the link below to see a demonstration on how to enter ratings into the HRST:

http://www.hrstonline.com/support/ratings


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