A schedule identifies the clinic where the therapist or resource is scheduled, the hours scheduled, and the type of hours scheduled. Schedules can be setup to repeat on 1,2,3 or 4 week rotations.
Work hour types that you would normally use on a schedule are typically classified as Working, with Patients or as Working, not with Patients. This allows a user to routinely schedule specific types of work activity and track them via the various schedule reports. For less detail, Use the Normal work hour type, which is classified as Working, with Patients.
Jump to: Add Therapist Schedule
Before You Begin:
In order to schedule a therapist or resource at a clinic, the therapist or resource must be associated with the clinic. Therapists, Resources and Hour Types are defined in the General Information module.
Select Therapist and Resource Schedules to create, edit and view schedules.
He is scheduled to work 8:00AM to 11:00AM and then from 12:00PM to 5:000PM Monday thru Thursday at the Midtown (Red) clinic and then works in Uptown (Lime Green) the same times on Friday. Each day starts with the Administration (dark green) work hour type, which is classified as Working, not with Patients. The remainder of his working hours are Normal (blue), which is classified as Working, with Patients.
Each day is divided into two rows.
The top part of the row indicates for which Clinic they are being scheduled and the bottom part indicates which Hour Type. The above sample shows Monday at the Midtown clinic with Administration hours from 8am until 9am and then Normal working hours from 9am until 10am.
You also have the ability to put Schedule Tick Marks on the schedule that will show up on the main schedule. These are shown as yellow bars on the previous example. These marks will be displayed on the Patient Schedule and can be used as desired. Here they are used to indicate the start of consecutive 45 minute intervals.
As a convenience, clicking in the schedule will cause the Clinic and Work Hour drop downs to display what has been clicked on.