An archived resident is a resident that is no longer active - Most PainChek patient functionality - e.g. conducting an assessment - is not possible when a person is archived.
Archive a patient doesn't delete the patient or any of their data - it simply places then in a different group to make identifying and working with your active residents easier.
Viewing Archived Residents
Archived residents can be accessed by clicking on ‘Archived Resident’ on the PainChek dashboard.
Once there you can click on a resident to view their resident profile.
Archiving a Resident
Note: Your user access level may be restricted from archiving residents
Once a Resident is no longer required in the system, you can archive them so they are no longer active.
To do this, select Residents on the left-hand side and go to Active Residents:
Select the Action button on the right and select Archive:
Select a reason for the Resident to be archived and press Confirm:
Restoring a Resident
You may not be granted permission to restore resident records. In that case you would not see the "Restore" option described below.
If a resident has been archived in error, you can restore the resident profile to make the resident active again.
Click on Residents and click on the Archived Residents tab:
Find the resident you would like to restore and click on the Actions button and Restore:
After you have restored a resident, you will be able to find them in the Active Residents tab in the PainChek Portal and the app.