Track Symptoms and Events with Incident Reports

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Tracking symptoms and reporting events/incidents are two immensely important activities in helping your doctors, nurses, and therapists provide you the best healthcare. An Incident Report allows you to manually track a symptom you’re experiencing over time (e.g., pain, nausea) and/or report a specific event (e.g., seizure, fall). Make sure to create an Incident Report each time you experience a symptom or event. To manually track a symptom or report an incident, the process is the same. Follow these simple steps—video at the bottom of the page:

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1.  From within a conversation (like your PHI Conversation), tap the “+” icon next to reveal the action menu.

2.  Select “incident report”.

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3.  Complete the required fields marked “❉”. (Image shows completed sections). Try to give as much detail even on non-required fields to help everyone understand what happened.

4.  Tap the “check mark” in the upper right corner to complete your report.

 

 

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5.  To view the completed report, simply tap on the Incident Report Action Message to reveal the details.

To view a chart of your symptom or incident history, tap “View History” or “View Chart” to see real-time longitudinal updated charts right on your device.

 

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