Setting assessment levels for your clinical tools

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You can create assessment levels for your clinical tools to help you establish and calculate clearly defined data on your patients and track their health and wellbeing over time. You can include as many assessment levels as you need. Below is an example:

Assessment

Label

Range

Normal

0 - 19

Mild

20 - 24

Moderate

25 - 29

Severe

30

To set an assessment level, edit your tool and select any option other than "No Scoring" in the scoring section. Then click Add Assessment Level and set the name of the level (e.g. "mild") and the minimum and maximum score thresholds for that level. You can also optionally choose a colour to colour-code each level.

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Repeat for each level (e.g. mild, moderate, severe). If you wish to use the same assessment levels that you used for a previous scale/category, tick the Use Same As checkbox and select the scale you set up earlier:

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RESULT: Whenever you use the tool and publish the note, the score and levels are displayed in the colour you selected:

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