Generating the Consultation Template

Create a new client

Open the case from the diary

‘Select ‘First Consultation’ (if this option has been activated)

Complete the necessary information on the admission section at the top of the initial consultation

We can make any of the fields you see mandatory.
Complete any other information that is necessary for this episode.

PSFS Recording

Next is the PSFS section of the template.

You will be asked to add in any PSFS scores you would like to submit.

Add in the PSFS activities. Usually 3

Once confirmed press ‘submit’.
This will then create a slider below where the practitioner can pick the correct score.

Once the correct scores have been selected, press ‘save’.
This will then store the individual scores and give an average in the scores / goal section for that particular case.

You can then add your VAS score from the same section.

The average PSFS and VAS will then appear side by side.

Follow Up Appointments


When it is time for the follow up appointment, follow the same process. Click on the appointment – go to case.

This will automatically open the follow up consultation.

From here, you will see the previous PSFS score automatically pulls through to the template.

Again, input the new scores and then press save at the top of the consultation.

Every time you complete a follow up you will have the option to add to this existing score.

You can look at each score in more detail by editing the score on the right hand side of the case.

Discharging the case

Once we have reached the end of treatment, the next step is to discharge the case.

The discharge template will then appear.

Again, we can make these field mandatory if needed.

It is best to fill everything in, but for the purpose of data collection, practitioners will need to enter a discharge pain scale, enter a GROC score and enter a net promoter score. There is ls also an option for the net promoter score narrative.

This concludes the treatment. Should the client come back in for further treatment you can either add post closed notes or start a new case.

Results

Upon request Bluezinc can supply a report that will function on everything seen above.

The report will list all cases discharged within your date range, you can then export this report to CSV / excel files.

Everything you see below will all be on one line on the report.

The first section is basic case information.
Client ID: This is your TM3 Client ID
CaseId: The case reference for this particular case
Gender: The gender selected on the reg form
DOB: Same as above
The report will display true or false depending on the data input on the initial consultation.

VASInitial: The initial value entered in to the VAS score
PSFS1: The name of the first activity
PSFS1 Score: The initial score for that activity
PSFS2: The name of the second activity
PSFS2 Score: The initial score for that activity
PSFS3: The name of the third activity
PSFS3 Score: The initial score for that activity
Practitioner: Leading practitioner for that case
Admission Date: Date the case was first opened/ first treatment date
CaseBodySite: The Body site of the case
Diag Code: The ICD9 code linked to this treatment
Discharge Date: The date the case was discharged, usually last treatment date
NoOfSession: Total number of appointments linked to the case


Outcome Status: This is the discharge status entered on the discharge template
Discharge Pain Scale: The pain scale entered on the discharge template.
PSFS1: The name of the first activity
PSFS1 Score: The final score for that activity
PSFS2: The name of the second activity
PSFS2 Score: The final score for that activity
PSFS3: The name of the third activity
PSFS3 Score: The final score for that activity

GROC: The Global Rate Of Change selected on the discharge template.
NetPromoterScore: Value of the Net Promoter Score on the discharge template
Net Promotor Narrative: The text field entered on the discharge template


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