31 Medications Module
REACH Medications Dispensary is an Extension Module that is available for the REACH Boarding System.
It can also be used as a stand alone module by schools that do not use REACH, using the REACH database platform with integration capability to Student Information Systems throughout the world.
Control who can administer medicines
REACH allows you to identify which staff members are permitted to dispense medications.
You can limit a staff member's authority to dispense medication by medication type (Prescription / Over-the-counter) and by category of medication (eg: can dispense Schedule 4, cannot dispense Schedule 8).
Managing staff permits for medication dispensing is controlled in the accessibility settings of staff role permissions or individual staff profile permissions
Prescribed Medications Only are medicines that are prescribed by doctors or nurses for students. You need a doctor's prescription to buy prescription medicines from a pharmacist. Otherwise, only authorised health care professionals can supply them, such as in a hospital setting.
|OTC||Over the Counter medications are medicines that you can buy over-the-counter (OTC) for self-treatment from pharmacies, with selected products also available in supermarkets, health food stores and other retailers.|
|Medication Type||Each medicine must belong to an medication type. Medications types can be Prescription Medication Only (PMO) or Over the Counter (OTC) medication. The Medication Type will determine how the medicine can be assigned or made available to students. It also determines how the medicine can be administered.|
|Medication Category||Within each Medication Type are Categories of medicines. Each medicine must belong to a Type and a Category so that staff permissions to administer and parent permits for OTCs can be managed.|
|The Daily Medications Board is the dashboard in REACH where scheduled daily PMOs are displayed and the dashboard from where all medications are dispensed (including OTCs). The Daily Medications Board is a split table. The top section contains a list of Scheduled Medications for the day and their current status. The bottom section contains a list of all medicines that have been administered for the day including all scheduled medications that have been administered and all OTC's that have been administered.|
|Scheduled Medications are medicines that have a designated dosage and delivery time for students. This list appears daily on the Daily Medications Board and will include any PMO medications or OTC medications that have been prescribed by a doctor or nurse with required administering for the day.|
|Administered Medications is a list of medicines for each day that have been administered to students. This list will include the scheduled PMO and OTC medications for the day that have been administered already and also any OTC medications that have been administered that were not scheduled.|