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Add or edit a student's medication list in jmc Office

Manage student medications in jmc's Health module for accurate recording, administration, tracking, and reporting.

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Written by Rachel Cox
Updated over a week ago

In jmc's Health module, managing student medications is streamlined and effective. Health professionals can easily add or edit a student's medication list, ensuring accurate recording and administration. Detailed information such as medication details, dosage, and instructions can be entered, enabling tracking of medication usage, monitoring of supply levels, and generating reports as needed. Additionally, features like low inventory notifications and the ability to print or export the medication list provide convenience and accessibility.

To add or edit a medication record, go to Health > Medication Log > Edit Student Medication and select the "Medications" tab.

Step One: Enter a student's name in the "Find" field to begin adding or editing the list of medications for the selected student.

Helpful Tip: Place a checkmark in the "Display Optional Fields" checkbox to enable and track additional medication fields such as "Pharmacy Name", "Prescribing Doctor Name", and "Rx Number".

Step Two: Click the "Add Row" button to add a new medication for the student.

Step Three: Click the "Edit" button to enable editing of the medication information.

Step Four: Select the medication using the "Medication" drop-down list to assign a medication to the student.

Step Five (optional): Enter the medication form in the "Form" field to indicate what type of of medication the student is taking such as capsules or liquid.

Step Six: Place a checkmark in the "Notification Threshold Enabled" checkbox if you'd like to be notified of low inventory.

Step Seven: Enter quantity in the "Notification Threshold" field to receive a notification when inventory drops below the specified quantity.

Step Eight: Enter a date in the "Date Submitted" field or simply click the calendar icon to indicate when the medication was submitted to the office.

Step Nine: Place a checkmark in the "As Needed (PRN)" checkbox if this medication should be administered as needed.

Helpful Tip: Place a checkmark in the "Student no longer taking this medication" checkbox when a student no longer takes the prescribed medication.

Step Ten: Enter any notes in the "Comments" field to track additional information for future reference.

Step Eleven: Click the "Update" button to save the medication information for this student or click the "Cancel" button to discard your changes.

Step Twelve: Click the "Print" button on the "Medications" tab to print the list of medication records for the currently displayed student or click the "Export" button to export the list of medication records as a CSV file.

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