Interpreting the Monthly Report

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Interpreting the Monthly Report

The first step to reading the monthly report is familiarizing oneself with:

  1. The different Types of Tracking Points and how they are represented on the report.

  2. Medications - These are tracked per day with either an 'x' for days that a medication was listed as missed, or as the numerical value of the dosage given in the medication settings.


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