Create assessments, support plans, and more using the new Form Builder.
Forms within CareLineLive provide you with a way of collecting information & creating structured documents that you can associate and complete for clients & carers.
First, you will set up your form templates. This is how you define what information needs to be collected by the form and how it will be structured.
Once your form template is ready, you can then assign it to carers/clients and start filling them out.
We provide many different types of questions, including simple Text questions, multiple choice, dropdowns, and risks/needs.
Currently it's only possible to assign one instance of a form template to each carer/client
Each time you add a Risk question, you will need to associate it with a category. When completing the form, you'll then be asked to log any risks associated with the category.
For example, you may have a "Falls" risk category. Whoever is completing the form will be expected to add any risks associated to falls that they've found as part of their assessment.
For each risk, they will be asked to record the following information:
|Level||What is the level of risk associated with the Risk Category? None, low, medium, or high.|
|Description||Add some more context about the risk|
|Comments||Any additional comments that help to describe the risk.|
Similar to risks, in that each 'Needs' question type needs to be associated with a Need Category.
For example, you may have a Nutrition need category, the user will be expected to record all needs relating to nutrition, such as diet & fluid intake.
Each need has the following options that can be recorded:
|Importance||How important is the need? None, low, medium, or high.|
|Needs||What is the need?|
|Goals||What goals do we have that are related to the need?|
|Action||What are the recommended actions to take when addressing the need?|
|Text||A simple text answer|
|Multiple Choice||Select any applicable options from a predefined list|
|Single Choice||Select a single option from a predefined list|
|Checkbox||Simple yes or no question|
|Date||Select a date|
|Date & time||Select a date and time|
|Dropdown||Choose from a list of predefined options|
|Risk||Ask for any risks to be recorded against a risk category|
|Need||Ask for any needs to be recorded against a need category|
For each question you have the option of adding a description, as well as any 'help text'. Help text is shown to the user when completing the form.
If the question is mandatory, check the Required box.
Sometimes you only need a question to be answered if another question has been completed. Check the Depends on another question box and then choose the other question from the dropdown list.
Adding the first question
Decide what you want your first question to be (don't worry, you can edit it later and change the order if necessary). Click + drag the question into the section, release the mouse to drop the question. Alternatively, click the + button in the section header.
Add the rest of your questions & sections
Once done, we can look at how you can start to assign forms to carers & clients for completion.
Printing the form
If you don't want to assign the form and simply want to print or save a blank copy to your computer, click the PDF button in the form header.
Once you've created any form templates you want to use, you can start assigning them.
Templates can currently only be assigned once per carer/client
First open up the record of the carer/client that you wish to assign the form to, then click the + button in the top-right of the list.
The form will have the carer/client already selected.
Choose which template(s) you wish to assign and click 'Assign'.
You'll then be taken to a list that shows all assignments that have just been added.
If you want to remove the form once it's assigned, click the overflow icon (3 vertical dots) next to the form in the list and click 'Delete'.
Force lock a form
If someone has started editing an assigned form and forgets to lock it, you will not be able to unlock the form and begin editing it until they have locked it. A user with the administrator role will be able to force lock the form to allow another person to be able to unlock the form and use it.
To do this, head to Forms > Assignments and select the form you need to edit. You will see that it is being edited and allow you to lock the form.