The FibriCheck portal can be consulted here. It provides full details about your patients, and it is also where you can create new prescriptions.
Your portal has the following components:
- Create prescription: create a FibriCheck prescription
- My patients: overview of all your patients
- My reports: overview of all reports
- My settings: adjust your dashboard as you see fit
- User instructions: consult the dashboard user manual
- Contact us: get in touch with us if you have any questions
Want to know more about the data you can consult?
- Click here for the details of a patient record.
- Click here for more information on the contents of a report.
How are the last measurement and last most severe measurement calculated?
This list takes into account all of the patient's active and inactive groups of which you are staff, and which you have activated under Settings > Groups. The last measurement is the patient's most recent measurement across these groups. The last most severe measurement is the patient's most recent, most severe measurement across these groups.
Why am I seeing a more recent measurement date in the list when sorting from oldest to newest?
In FibriCheck's database, the last measurement and last most severe measurement are saved on group level. This list applies logic to calculate one last measurement and one last most severe measurement per patient, that is subsequently shown on the list. When sorting from old to new, it might occur that the patient has a last (most severe) measurement that fits the sort, but this measurement is not shown because - across all the patient's groups, including the inactive groups - it is not the actual last or most severe measurement. If you are sorting from old to new, and you are seeing this occurrence, it is an indicator that the patient has data from inactive groups. You can always click on the patient's name to see all measurements in detail.
Why am I not seeing all of my patient's inactive groups directly in the list?
Only the last two inactive groups are shown on the list to make sure that the data shown does not overwhelm. You can always click on the patient's name to see all previous group memberships.