This article explains how a Health Care Organization (HCO) admin creates a program for the department.
To create a program for the department, it is pre-required that a department has been created and/or set up first.
- Login to the Health Portal with your HCO admin credentials (Email and password).
- Once logged in, select All Programs and then Add New program from the left navigation menu.
- Click the dropdown and select the department under which you want to create a new program.
See the below screen as a sample, Pediatric Pulmonary is selected from the Department* dropdown.
- On the 'Create new program' page, enter the name of the program in the Program name* field. Click the dropdown and be sure you have selected the department where you want to create the new program from the list shown in the Department* field. Then click Add.
- When the program is created successfully, it will show under the List of programs for the Department in which you created the program. (See the screenshot below as an example, the wheezo program is visible under the List of programs in the Pediatric Pulmonary department).
Go to All Programs from the left navigation pane. Select the Department under which you have created the programs to see all the programs, as shown below"
For further assistance, contact email@example.com
wheezo® is not intended for diagnostic use. wheezo® is intended to detect and record abnormal breath sounds (continuous adventitious breath sounds/CABS) at the windpipe (trachea), reported as WheezeRate in adults and children (2 years and older).
When used to monitor wheeze, the user should be under the care of a licensed healthcare professional. A licensed healthcare professional’s advice is required to understand the meaning and importance of wheeze rate.
If the user is feeling breathless, or experiencing other symptoms, it is important to prioritise treatment over taking a wheeze rate. Do not delay treatment. Regardless of the wheeze rate, if the user has signs and symptoms such as, but not limited to, chest tightness, shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing, they should always follow their healthcare professional’s advice.