Monitoring My Health

Monitoring My Health

What health information can I record?

Airmid lets you update your medical record by adding a numeric reading such as blood pressure, as well as other conditions or medications. You can also add vaccinations, allergies, procedures, notes, or documents. Additionally, Airmid allows you to import readings from platforms such as Google Fit or Apple Health. To start, simply tap the ‘Add Data’ button at the bottom of the page when viewing your medical record.

How do I view my health readings?

To view your health readings, select the top left icon from the homepage. From the drop-down menu, select ‘Progress’. You will now be shown graphs about your health based on the readings you have provided through Airmid, as well as those recorded in your record by your healthcare organisation. If your reading is within a normal range, it will be displayed with a white background. If it is under or over the normal range, it will show with a red background. The dotted line represents the target range, which can be set by your organisation. Scroll down to see more graphs, and use the filters to update the graphs to show readings from either the last week, 4 weeks, 6 months or a year. You can use the pencil icon to select graphs of interest.

How do I add or remove health readings?

To add or remove health readings, select the top left icon from the homepage. From the drop-down menu, select ‘Progress’, then select the pencil icon in the top right of the screen. After selecting the pencil icon, you can choose which graphs to add or remove. Click ‘Save’ in the top right corner to update Airmid. To add numeric readings, click the Add Data button at the bottom of the page. You can now select a date that the reading was taken. In the ‘Reading’ field, search for the type of reading that you are adding, and select from the options. Enter the number and click ‘Save’ to update your readings.

Can clinicians see the data I have recorded into the app?

This depends on how the organisations who care for you are set up and how you have configured your Airmid settings. To check if you are sharing data with the clinicians, open the Menu and go to organisations. Click on the organisation that you want to share your data with and you will see a setting to ‘Share data to this organisation’. If this is enabled you are sharing data. The clinicians on the other side also have an option to decide if they want patient entered content to be visible in your patient record, each organisation will decide on their own preferences if they want to see this data or not.

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