Getting started for Clinicians
Welcome to the Medly Dashboard! Our guide will introduce you to the Dashboard and get you ready to start monitoring patients.

Log in to the Medly Dashboard

  Browser Requirements

Medly Dashboard is optimized for Google Chrome (v0.3113.113 or higher), available at https://www.google.com/intl/en-CA/chrome/browser/.

Medly Dashboard does not support Internet Explorer 8 (IE8).

  Log in to Dashboard

To log into the Medly Dashboard, visit dashboard2.medly.ca, and log in with your Dashboard user name and password. Once you are done using Dashboard, be sure to log out using the Log Out button at the top right of the screen.

Upon successfully logging in to Dashboard, you will be presented with the following screen:

 

  1. Clinical Alerts – Provides a list of all the patients with active alerts
  2. List of active alerts – Formatted as a task list; patients that have been reviewed or contacted can be checked off from this list
  3. Non-compliant Patients – Provides a list of patients that have not taken all necessary readings within a certain time period so that they can be appropriately contacted
  4. Patients – Patients that you have been assigned to as a caregiver can be accessed here; the patient summary can also be accessed from this page
  5. Profile – Your account information can be viewed and edited by clicking here
  6. Log out – Click here to log out once you are done using Dashboard

   Browser Requirements

Medly Dashboard is optimized for Google Chrome (v0.3113.113 or higher), available at https://www.google.com/intl/en-CA/chrome/browser/.

Medly Dashboard does not support Internet Explorer 8 (IE8).

   Log in to Dashboard

To log into the Medly Dashboard, visit dashboard2.medly.ca, and log in with your Dashboard user name and password. Once you are done using Dashboard, be sure to log out using the Log Out button at the top right of the screen.

Upon successfully logging in to Dashboard, you will be presented with the following screen:

  1. Clinical Alerts – Provides a list of all the patients with active alerts
  2. List of active alerts – Formatted as a task list; patients that have been reviewed or contacted can be checked off from this list
  3. Non-compliant Patients – Provides a list of patients that have not taken all necessary readings within a certain time period so that they can be appropriately contacted
  4. Patients – Patients that you have been assigned to as a caregiver can be accessed here; the patient summary can also be accessed from this page
  5. Profile – Your account information can be viewed and edited by clicking here
  6. Log out – Click here to log out once you are done using Dashboard

Alerts Centre

Navigating the Alerts Centre

Navigating the Alerts Centre

The Alerts Centre provides an overall view of all patients on Medly that require attention. This is done through two tabs:

  • Clinical Alerts
  • Non-compliant Patients

Clinical Alerts are triggered by patients on the Medly applications. Each alert is listed chronologically by default. The Clinical Alerts table is formatted as a task list. Clinicians are able to check off patients they have already reviewed or contacted. Once an alert is checked off, the text will turn grey and the checked alert will be removed from the Alerts Centre overnight. Clicking on the alert will take you to the patient’s summary page.

The Medly Dashboard sends automated phone calls to patients if they have not taken all necessary readings within a certain time period (dependant on their conditions). Non-compliant patients are those who receive one or more automated phone calls, and they are displayed in this view below. The Non-Compliant Patient List helps identify patients who are not following the adherence protocol so that they can be appropriately contacted.

Patient Profile

Patient Summary

Patient Summary

The Patients page displays all patients from who you have been assigned as a caregiver and lets you view all of their Medly data (collected physiological data, symptoms, alerts, medications, test results). Click on a patient’s name to view their Patient Summary.

If the patient has an active alert, it will appear at the top of the patient page, in bold red text and highlighting. Alerts can be triggered when a patient’s data indicates that they may be experiencing worsening readings or symptoms, e.g. high blood pressure. To dismiss an alert, click the checkbox beside the alert. This will cause the alert to grey out. At the end of the day, all dismissed alerts will be removed from the page To view the full history of alerts, click on the ‘Alerts’ tab on the patient’s page, which displays the full history of alerts that have been triggered for the patient.

Below the recent alerts, the patient’s information from the last 3 months will be displayed on the graphs and tables of the Summary page. The patient’s lab results, medications, care team, demographic information, and alert history are also accessible from the Patient Summary. Each graph displays the patient’s last week of data (expandable to the previous three months), with normal readings presented in blue and out of range readings presented in orange, along with a shaded band to indicate the target range for that patient. You can also view the graph in table form, by clicking the ‘Data Table’ button next to More Info.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Medication & Test Results

Medication & Test Results

To view a list of the patient’s current medication, click on the ‘Medication’ tab. The date and time the list was updated is displayed at the top of the page. The patient medication list includes baseline medication instructions and any additional information.

To add new medication to patient’s current list, click on the ‘Add New Medication’ button, and enter the required fields in the pop-up window. If you would like to delete a medication or change the details of the medication you have saved, click on the “Edit” button beside the medication and make the changes you want in the pop-up window. If the patient is no longer taking the medication and you would like to delete it from the Medication list, press the “Delete” button.

To view a list of the patient’s recent test results, click on the ‘Test Results’ tab. Patient test results are pulled automatically from the UHN Non-Operational Data Repository (NODR) every 12 hours or entered in manually. To add new test results manually, click on the ‘Add New Test Results’ button, and enter the required fields in the pop-up window.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Care Team

Care Team

The Patient Care Team includes all the caregivers who are linked to that patient’s care. Caregivers represent the clinican users of Medly Dashboard. Clinicians need to be linked with a patient in order to access their information and receive any associated alerts; this is done by adding their caregiver account to the patient’s care team.

  1. Click on the ‘Care Team’ tab under the patient’s page to display the members of the patient’s care team.
  2. To modify the care team (add or delete), click on the Edit Care Team button (Administrators only).
  3. To add a care team member, select a caregiver from the dropdown list and click Add.
  4. To remove a care team member, click the X beside the caregiver you wish to remove.
  5. Once you are ready, click Save.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Additional Information

Adding Patients

Medication & Test Results

To add a new patient, select the ‘Patients’ tab at the top of the Medly Dashboard, and click the ‘Add New Patient’ button. When creating a new patient, note that:

  • The patient’s email information is used for reference only. They will not receive any automated email communications.
  • The patient username and password is used to sync data from the Medly mobile applications with the Medly Dashboard.
  • Parameters can be customized for each patient, which will determine how the alerts are generated for the patient in the Medly mobile application. For example, checking off “Patient takes medication on weight gain” and completing the associated field will enable medication on weight gain alerts for the patient.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Editing a Profile

Medication & Test Results

To edit a patient profile, click on the ‘Profile’ tab within the patient you’d like to edit, and click the ‘Edit’ button. This will allow you to edit any of the demographic information, contact information, study parameters , and goal parameters listed in the patient profile.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Want to download a copy of this information? Click here for the Medly Dashboard Manual.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.

Each morning you will be presented with a daily task card to take your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measurements and record your symptoms. We recommend that you complete your morning task card within a span of 30 minutes, before eating breakfast, between the hours of 4:00 am and 12:00 pm. You will receive a call at 10:00 am as a reminder to take your morning readings before 12:00 pm. Note that you will only receive this call if you have not taken your morning readings by this time.

Watch the three short video tutorials below. These will guide you on how to properly take your weight and blood pressure as well as how to enter these measurements and symptoms into Medly.


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