SportsWareOnLine™ User Manual

SportsWareOnLine™ User Manual

SportsWareOnLine™ User Manual

101 Tosca Drive

Stoughton, MA 02072 USA

(Phone) 781.297-2034

(FAX) 781.297-2039

(Web) www.csmisolutions.com

SportsWare™ and SportsWareOnLine™ are trademarks of Computer Sports Medicine, Inc.

© Copyright Computer Sports Medicine, Inc. 2012

Rev: B, 12/12/2012

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents

Getting Started .............................................................................................................................. 23

Welcome .................................................................................................................................... 23

Implementation Procedure ........................................................................................................... 24

Log-In To SWOL .......................................................................................................................... 25

Create a Password ................................................................................................................... 25

Institution Settings ........................................................................................................................ 27

Institution: General Page ........................................................................................................ 28

Institution: Institution ............................................................................................................. 28

Institution: Options................................................................................................................. 29

Institution: User Password Requirements .............................................................................. 30

Institution: Athlete Password Requirements .......................................................................... 31

Institution: Athlete Mobile Access ......................................................................................... 31

Institution: Date Filter Defaults.............................................................................................. 32

Institution: Attachments (Pre-Participation Forms) ............................................................ 32

Set Up Users .................................................................................................................................. 34

Licensing ................................................................................................................................... 35

Add a User..................................................................................................................................... 35

Users Database: General ......................................................................................................... 36

Users: Program Functions ...................................................................................................... 37

Users: Database Access ........................................................................................................... 38

Users: Restrict Group Access ................................................................................................. 39

Users: Add a Coach ................................................................................................................. 41

Picklists ......................................................................................................................................... 42

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Picklists: Printing ..................................................................................................................... 43

Picklists: Editing Multi-Level ................................................................................................. 43

Picklists: Injury ........................................................................................................................ 44

Picklists: Other ......................................................................................................................... 45

Defaults ......................................................................................................................................... 49

Using SWOL ................................................................................................................................. 49

SWOL Screen Layouts ............................................................................................................ 49

Database Listing Screen ......................................................................................................... 50

Database Input Screen ............................................................................................................ 52

Databases ...................................................................................................................................... 52

Athlete Database ........................................................................................................................... 53

Athlete Database: Listing Screen ........................................................................................... 53

Athlete Database: Input Screen .............................................................................................. 54

Athlete Database: General Tab .............................................................................................. 54

Athlete Database: Address Tab .............................................................................................. 58

Athlete Database: Emergency Tab ......................................................................................... 59

Athlete Database: Insurance Tab............................................................................................ 61

Athlete Database: Medical Tab .............................................................................................. 63

Athlete Database: Paperwork Tab .......................................................................................... 64

Athlete Database: Attachments Tab ....................................................................................... 64

Athlete Database: Notes Tab .................................................................................................. 65

Athlete Database: Audit Tab .................................................................................................. 65

Athlete Database: Actions ....................................................................................................... 66

Athlete Database: Add a New Record.................................................................................... 66

Athlete Database: Update an Existing Record ....................................................................... 66

Athlete Database: Delete a Record......................................................................................... 66

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Athlete Database: Duplicate a Record ................................................................................... 66

Athlete Database: Print an Athlete Record ............................................................................ 67

Athlete Database: Assign a Task ............................................................................................ 67

Injury Database ............................................................................................................................ 67

Injury Database: Listing Screen ............................................................................................. 68

Injury Database: Input Screens .............................................................................................. 69

Injury Database: General Tab ................................................................................................ 69

Injury Database: Background Tab.......................................................................................... 72

Injury Database: Attachments Tab ......................................................................................... 73

Injury Database: Notes Tab .................................................................................................... 73

Injury Note: Evaluate ............................................................................................................. 73

Injury Database: Audit Tab .................................................................................................... 74

Injury Database: Actions ........................................................................................................ 74

Injury Database: Add a New Record...................................................................................... 74

Injury Database: Update a Record ......................................................................................... 74

Injury Database: Delete a Record........................................................................................... 74

Injury Database: Print a Record ............................................................................................. 75

Injury Database: Assign a Task .............................................................................................. 75

Athlete Status ................................................................................................................................ 75

Athlete Status Note ................................................................................................................ 76

Treatment Database ...................................................................................................................... 76

Treatment Database: Listing Screen ...................................................................................... 77

Treatment Database: Input Screen ........................................................................................ 77

Treatment Database: General Tab .......................................................................................... 78

Treatment Database: Attachments Tab .................................................................................. 79

Treatment Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................. 79

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Treatment Database: Audit Tab ............................................................................................. 80

Treatment Database: Actions ................................................................................................. 80

Treatment Database: Add a New Record ............................................................................... 80

Treatment Database: Update a Record ................................................................................... 80

Treatment Database: Delete a Record .................................................................................... 81

Treatment Database: Duplicate a Record ............................................................................... 81

Treatment Database: Print a Record ....................................................................................... 81

Treatment Database: Assign a Task ....................................................................................... 81

Medication Database .................................................................................................................... 82

Medication Database: Listing Screen ..................................................................................... 82

Medication Database: Input Screen ....................................................................................... 83

Medication Database: General Tab ........................................................................................ 83

Medication Database: Attachments Tab ................................................................................ 84

Medication Database: Notes Tab ........................................................................................... 84

Medication Database: Audit Tab............................................................................................ 84

Actions ...................................................................................................................................... 84

Medication Database: Add a New Record ............................................................................. 84

Medication Database: Update a Record ................................................................................. 85

Medication Database: Delete a Record .................................................................................. 85

Medication Database: Print a Record ..................................................................................... 85

Medication Database: Assign a Task ..................................................................................... 85

Insurance Database ...................................................................................................................... 86

Insurance Database: Listing Screen ....................................................................................... 86

Insurance Database: Input Screen ......................................................................................... 86

Insurance Database: General Tab ........................................................................................... 87

Insurance Database: Company Tab ........................................................................................ 89

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Insurance Database: Attachments Tab ................................................................................... 89

Insurance Database: Notes Tab .............................................................................................. 89

Insurance Database: Audit Tab .............................................................................................. 89

Insurance Database: Actions .................................................................................................. 90

Insurance Database: Add a New Record ................................................................................ 90

Insurance Database: Update a Record .................................................................................... 90

Insurance Database: Delete a Record ..................................................................................... 91

Insurance Database: Print a Record ....................................................................................... 91

Insurance Database: Assign a Task ........................................................................................ 91

Referral Database ......................................................................................................................... 91

Referral Database: Listing Screen ......................................................................................... 91

Referral Database: Input Screen ............................................................................................ 92

Referral Database: General Tab ............................................................................................. 92

Referral Database: Attachments Tab ...................................................................................... 93

Referral Database: Notes Tab ................................................................................................ 93

Referral Database: Audit Tab ................................................................................................. 93

Referral Database: Actions ..................................................................................................... 94

Referral Database: Add a New Record .................................................................................. 94

Referral Database: Update a Record ...................................................................................... 94

Referral Database: Delete a Record ....................................................................................... 95

Referral Database: Print a Record .......................................................................................... 95

Referral Database: Assign a Task .......................................................................................... 95

Dr. Orders ..................................................................................................................................... 95

Dr. Orders Database: Listing Screen ..................................................................................... 95

Dr. Orders Database: Input Screen ....................................................................................... 96

Dr. Orders Database: General Tab ......................................................................................... 96

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Dr. Orders Database: Attachments Tab .................................................................................. 97

Dr. Orders Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................ 97

Dr. Orders Database: Audit Tab ............................................................................................. 97

Dr. Orders Database: Actions ................................................................................................. 97

Dr. Orders Database: Add a New Record .............................................................................. 97

Dr. Orders Database: Update a Record .................................................................................. 98

Dr. Orders Database: Delete a Record ................................................................................... 98

Dr. Orders Database: Print a Record ...................................................................................... 98

Dr. Orders Database: Assign a Task ...................................................................................... 98

Surgery Database .......................................................................................................................... 99

Surgery Database: Listing Screen .......................................................................................... 99

Surgery Database: Input Screen ............................................................................................ 99

Surgery Database: General Tab ........................................................................................... 100

Surgery Database: Attachments Tab .................................................................................... 101

Surgery Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................... 101

Surgery Database: Audit Tab ............................................................................................... 101

Surgery Database: Actions .................................................................................................... 101

Surgery Database: Add a New Record ................................................................................. 101

Surgery Database: Update a Record ..................................................................................... 102

Surgery Database: Delete a Record ...................................................................................... 102

Surgery Database: Print a Record ........................................................................................ 103

Surgery Database: Assign a Task ......................................................................................... 103

Sign-Out Database ...................................................................................................................... 103

Sign-Out Database: Listing Screen ...................................................................................... 103

Sign-Out Database: Input Screen ......................................................................................... 104

Sign-Out Database: General Tab.......................................................................................... 104

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Sign-Out Database: Attachments Tab .................................................................................. 105

Sign-Out Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................. 105

Sign-Out Database: Audit Tab ............................................................................................. 106

Sign-Out Database: Actions .................................................................................................. 106

Sign-Out Database: Add a New Record ............................................................................... 106

Sign-Out Database: Update a Record ................................................................................... 106

Sign-Out Database: Delete a Record .................................................................................... 107

Print a Sign-Out Record ....................................................................................................... 107

Sign-Out Database: Assign a Task ....................................................................................... 107

Physical Database ....................................................................................................................... 107

Physical Database: Listing Screen ........................................................................................ 108

Physical Database: Input Screen .......................................................................................... 108

Physical Database: General Tab ........................................................................................... 109

Physical Database: Attachments Tab ................................................................................... 110

Physical Database: Notes Tab .............................................................................................. 110

Physical Database: Audit Tab .............................................................................................. 110

Physical Database: Actions ................................................................................................... 110

Physical Database: Add a New Record ................................................................................ 110

Physical Database: Update a Record .................................................................................... 110

Physical Database: Delete a Record ..................................................................................... 111

Physical Database: Print a Record ....................................................................................... 111

Physical Database: Assign a Task ........................................................................................ 111

History Database ........................................................................................................................ 111

History Database: Listing Screen ......................................................................................... 111

History Database: Input Screen ........................................................................................... 112

History Database: General Tab ............................................................................................ 112

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History Database: Attachments Tab ..................................................................................... 113

History Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................... 113

History Database: Audit Tab ................................................................................................ 113

History Database: Actions ..................................................................................................... 113

History Database: Add a New Record ................................................................................. 113

History Database: Update a Record ..................................................................................... 114

History Database: Delete a Record ...................................................................................... 114

History Database: Print a Record ......................................................................................... 114

History Database: Assign a Task ......................................................................................... 114

Weight Database ......................................................................................................................... 114

Weight Database: Listing Screen ......................................................................................... 115

Weight Database: Record Screen ......................................................................................... 115

Weight Database: General Tab ............................................................................................ 115

Weight Database: Attachments Tab ..................................................................................... 116

Weight Database: Notes Tab ................................................................................................ 116

Weight Database: Audit Tab ................................................................................................ 116

Weight Database: Actions ..................................................................................................... 116

Weight Database: Add a New Record to the Weight Database ........................................... 116

Weight Database: Update a Record ..................................................................................... 116

Weight Database: Delete a Record....................................................................................... 117

Weight Database: Print a Record ......................................................................................... 117

Weight Database: Assign a Task .......................................................................................... 117

Inventory Database ..................................................................................................................... 117

Inventory Database: Listing Screen ..................................................................................... 117

Inventory Database: Input Screen ....................................................................................... 118

Inventory Database: General Tab ......................................................................................... 118

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Inventory Database: Attachments Tab ................................................................................. 119

Inventory Database: Audit Tab ............................................................................................ 120

Inventory Database: Notes Tab ............................................................................................ 120

Inventory Database: Actions ................................................................................................. 120

Inventory Database: Count an Item ...................................................................................... 120

Inventory Database: Enter a Bid .......................................................................................... 120

Inventory Database: Order Items ......................................................................................... 120

Inventory Database: Receive Orders .................................................................................... 120

Inventory Database: Actions ................................................................................................. 120

Inventory Database: Add a New Record .............................................................................. 120

Inventory Database: Update a Record .................................................................................. 120

Inventory Database: Delete a Record ................................................................................... 121

Inventory Database: Print a Record ..................................................................................... 121

Inventory Database: Assign a Task ...................................................................................... 121

Equipment Database .................................................................................................................. 121

Equipment Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................... 121

Equipment Database: Input Screen ..................................................................................... 122

The Equipment Listing Screen shows all of the Equipment Records in database. Equipment

Database: General Tab ......................................................................................................... 122

Equipment Database: Attachments Tab ............................................................................... 123

Equipment Database: Notes Tab .......................................................................................... 123

Equipment Database: Audit Tab .......................................................................................... 123

Equipment Database: Actions .............................................................................................. 123

Equipment Database: Add a New Record ............................................................................ 123

Equipment Database: Update a Record ................................................................................ 124

Equipment Database: Delete a Record ................................................................................. 124

Equipment Database: Print a Record ................................................................................... 124

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Equipment Database: Assign a Task .................................................................................... 124

Concussion Database ................................................................................................................. 124

Concussion Database: Listing Screen .................................................................................. 125

Concussion Database: Input Screen ..................................................................................... 126

Concussion Database: General Tab...................................................................................... 126

Concussion Database: Post-Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS) Tab ................................ 127

Concussion Database: Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) Tab ..................................... 128

Concussion Database: Orientation Tab ................................................................................ 128

Concussion Database: Memory Tab .................................................................................... 128

Concussion Database: Exertion Tab .................................................................................... 129

Concussion Database: Neurologic Tab ................................................................................ 129

Concussion Database: Concentration Tab ............................................................................ 130

Concussion Database: Recall Tab ........................................................................................ 131

Concussion Database: Attachments Tab .............................................................................. 131

Concussion Database: Notes Tab ......................................................................................... 132

Concussion Database: Audit Tab ......................................................................................... 132

Concussion Database: Actions .............................................................................................. 132

Concussion Database: Add a New Record ........................................................................... 132

Concussion Database: Update a Record ............................................................................... 133

Concussion Database: Delete a Record ................................................................................ 133

Concussion Database: Print a Report ................................................................................... 133

Concussion Database: Print an Individual Record ............................................................... 134

Concussion Database: Assign a Task ................................................................................... 134

Phone Database .......................................................................................................................... 134

Phone Database: Listing Screen ........................................................................................... 135

Phone Database: Input Screen .............................................................................................. 135

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Phone Database: General Tab .............................................................................................. 136

Phone Database: Attachments Tab ....................................................................................... 137

Phone Database: Notes Tab ................................................................................................. 138

Phone Database: Actions ....................................................................................................... 138

Phone Database: Add a New Record ................................................................................... 138

Phone Database: Update a Record ....................................................................................... 138

Phone Database: Delete a Record ........................................................................................ 138

Phone Database: Print a Record ........................................................................................... 138

Phone Database: Assign a Task ........................................................................................... 138

Status Database .......................................................................................................................... 139

Status Database: Listing Screen ........................................................................................... 139

Status Database: Input Screen .............................................................................................. 140

Status Database: Athlete Status ............................................................................................ 140

Status Database: Injury Status .............................................................................................. 141

Scheduling .................................................................................................................................. 142

Scheduling: Set-Up ................................................................................................................ 143

Scheduling: Calendar Timelines .......................................................................................... 143

Scheduling: Set up Available Appointment Times ............................................................. 144

Scheduling: Schedule a Game/Event .................................................................................... 145

Scheduling: Schedule an Appointment with An Athlete or Another SWOL User .......... 147

Scheduling: Confirm, Edit or Delete an Appointment ....................................................... 148

Reports ........................................................................................................................................ 149

Reports Module ...................................................................................................................... 149

Reports: Generate Standard Report ...................................................................................... 149

Reports: Database/Report/In-Active .................................................................................... 149

Reports: Create Stored Filters .............................................................................................. 150

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Reports: Recall Stored Filters .............................................................................................. 150

Reports: Group/Sport ........................................................................................................... 150

Reports: Date Range ............................................................................................................ 151

Reports: Status ..................................................................................................................... 153

Reports: Preview .................................................................................................................... 153

Reports: Athlete ..................................................................................................................... 154

Reports: Athlete: Roster ....................................................................................................... 154

Reports: Athlete: Travel Report, Travel 1/Page, (Medical Only), (Medical Only) 1/page .. 154

Reports: Athlete: Mailing Labels ......................................................................................... 155

Reports: Athlete: File Folder Labels .................................................................................... 156

Reports: Athlete: Alerts ........................................................................................................ 157

Reports: Athlete: Paperwork ................................................................................................ 157

Reports: Athlete: Immunization ........................................................................................... 158

Reports: Injury ...................................................................................................................... 159

Reports: Injury: Daily Log ................................................................................................... 159

Reports: Injury: Coach's Report ........................................................................................... 159

Reports: Injury: Status .......................................................................................................... 160

Reports: Injury: Days Out .................................................................................................... 161

Reports: Injury: Days Open ................................................................................................. 161

Reports: Injury: Statistics ..................................................................................................... 162

Reports: Injury: Treatments per Injury ................................................................................. 164

Reports: Injury: Open Injuries ............................................................................................. 164

Reports: Injury: Referral Report .......................................................................................... 165

Reports: Injury: Injury Counts ............................................................................................. 166

Reports: Injury: Injury with Treatments ............................................................................... 167

Reports: Injury: Notes .......................................................................................................... 168

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Reports: Treatment ............................................................................................................... 169

Reports: Treatment: Daily Log ............................................................................................ 169

Reports: Treatment: Pending ................................................................................................ 170

Reports: Treatment: Statistics .............................................................................................. 170

Reports: Treatment: Statistics Graph ................................................................................... 171

Reports: Treatment: Treatments Per Hour ........................................................................... 171

Reports: Treatment: CPT Billing ......................................................................................... 172

Reports: Treatment: Modality Log ....................................................................................... 173

Reports: Medication .............................................................................................................. 174

Reports: Medication: Daily Log ........................................................................................... 174

Reports: Medication: Statistics............................................................................................. 174

Reports: Insurance ................................................................................................................ 176

Reports: Insurance: Claims per Athlete ............................................................................... 176

Reports: Insurance: Claims per Injury ................................................................................. 176

Reports: Insurance: Outstanding Insurance Claims ............................................................. 176

Reports: Insurance: Totals .................................................................................................... 177

Reports: Referral ................................................................................................................... 178

Reports: Referral: Pre-Authorization ................................................................................... 178

Reports: Referral: Summary, Summary by Doctor .............................................................. 178

Reports: Referral: Referral Forms Outstanding ................................................................... 179

Reports: Surgery .................................................................................................................... 180

Reports: Surgery: Statistics .................................................................................................. 180

Reports: Surgery: CPT Billing ............................................................................................. 181

Reports: Sign-Out .................................................................................................................. 182

Reports: Sign-Out: Outstanding ........................................................................................... 182

Reports: Inventory ................................................................................................................. 183

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Reports: Inventory: Bid List ................................................................................................. 183

Reports: Inventory: Count .................................................................................................... 183

Reports: Inventory: Usage .................................................................................................... 183

Reports: Equipment .............................................................................................................. 185

Reports: Equipment: Service ................................................................................................ 185

Reports: Concussion .............................................................................................................. 186

Reports: Concussion: Summary ........................................................................................... 186

Reports: Phone ....................................................................................................................... 187

Reports: Phone: List ............................................................................................................. 187

Quick Treatments ....................................................................................................................... 187

Quick Treatment: Starting ................................................................................................... 187

Quick Treatment: Select Athlete .......................................................................................... 188

Quick Treatment: Select Existing Injury .............................................................................. 189

Quick Treatment: Select New Injury or No Specific Injury ................................................ 189

Quick Treatment: AT Access ................................................................................................ 190

Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Existing Injury .......................................................... 190

Quick Treatment: AT Access: New Injury or No Specific Injury ....................................... 191

Quick Treatment: AT Access: Adding Notes ...................................................................... 192

SportsWareOnLine/Mobile ........................................................................................................ 192

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal ............................................................................................ 193

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: Athlete Status ................................................................... 193

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickTreatment ............................................................... 194

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickInjury ...................................................................... 195

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickWeight .................................................................... 196

Mobile: Athlete Portal ........................................................................................................... 197

Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickTreatment .............................................................................. 197

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Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickInjury .................................................................................... 198

Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickWeight .................................................................................. 198

Mobile: Coach Portal ............................................................................................................. 199

Smart Phones: All Mobile Access: www.swol123.net ............................................................... 201

Smart Phones: Record Selection .......................................................................................... 201

Smart Phones: Edit an Athlete Record ................................................................................. 201

Smart Phones: Edit a Treatment Record .............................................................................. 201

Smart Phones: Reports .......................................................................................................... 201

Smart Phones: Utilities .......................................................................................................... 201

Online Help ................................................................................................................................. 202

Online Help: Contents ........................................................................................................... 202

Online Help: Index................................................................................................................. 202

Online Help: Search............................................................................................................... 202

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1 SWOL Compatible Browsers ............................................................................................ 25

Figure 2 Login / Logout Screen ...................................................................................................... 25

Figure 3 Message Box for Reset Password Link ............................................................................ 25

Figure 4 Password Reset Link in Email .......................................................................................... 26

Figure 5 Password Requirements .................................................................................................. 26

Figure 6 Login Page ........................................................................................................................ 27

Figure 7 Dashboard ....................................................................................................................... 27

Figure 8 Institution: General Tab ................................................................................................... 28

Figure 9 Institution: Attachment Listing Screen ............................................................................ 32

Figure 10 Institution: Attachment Page ........................................................................................ 33

Figure 11 Users Listing Screen ....................................................................................................... 34

Figure 12 Users: General Page ...................................................................................................... 36

Figure 13 Users: Program Functions Page ..................................................................................... 37

Figure 14 Users: Database Access Page ........................................................................................ 38

Figure 15 Users: Restrict Group Access Page ................................................................................ 39

Figure 16 Users: Add Coach Page .................................................................................................. 41

Figure 17 Edit Activity Picklist ........................................................................................................ 43

Figure 18 Edit Sport Picklist ........................................................................................................... 44

Figure 19 Cascading Injury Picklists ............................................................................................... 45

Figure 20 Select Athlete Database ................................................................................................ 49

Figure 21 Database Listing Screen ................................................................................................. 50

Figure 22 Database Input Screen .................................................................................................. 52

Figure 23 Athlete Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................... 53

Figure 24 Athlete Database: General Tab ..................................................................................... 54

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Figure 25 Athlete Database: Address Tab ..................................................................................... 58

Figure 26 Athlete Database: Emergency Tab ................................................................................ 59

Figure 27 Athlete Database: Insurance Tab .................................................................................. 61

Figure 28 Athlete Database: Medical Tab ..................................................................................... 63

Figure 29 Athlete Database: Paperwork Tab ................................................................................. 64

Figure 30 Athlete Database: Attachments Tab ............................................................................. 64

Figure 31 Athlete Database: Add Attachment .............................................................................. 64

Figure 32 Athlete Database: Notes Tab ......................................................................................... 65

Figure 33 Athlete Database: Audit Tab ......................................................................................... 65

Figure 34 Athlete Database: Task Page ......................................................................................... 67

Figure 35 Athlete Database: Task List ........................................................................................... 67

Figure 36 Injury Database: Listing Screen ..................................................................................... 68

Figure 37 Injury Database: General Tab ........................................................................................ 69

Figure 38 Injury Database: Background Tab.................................................................................. 72

Figure 39 Injury Database: Attachments Tab ................................................................................ 73

Figure 40 Injury Database: Notes Tab ........................................................................................... 73

Figure 41 Athlete Status Note ....................................................................................................... 76

Figure 42 Treatment Database: Listing Screen .............................................................................. 77

Figure 43 Treatment Database: General Tab ................................................................................ 78

Figure 44 Treatment Database: Select an Injury ........................................................................... 80

Figure 45 Medication Database: Listing Screen ............................................................................ 82

Figure 46 Medication Database: General Tab ............................................................................... 83

Figure 47 Medication Database: Injury Selection ......................................................................... 84

Figure 48 Insurance Database: Listing Screen ............................................................................... 86

Figure 49 Insurance Database: General Tab.................................................................................. 87

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Figure 50 Insurance Database: Company Tab ............................................................................... 89

Figure 51 Insurance Database: Injury Selection ............................................................................ 90

Figure 52 Referral Database: Listing Screen .................................................................................. 91

Figure 53 Referral Database: General Tab .................................................................................... 92

Figure 54 Referral Database: Select Injury .................................................................................... 94

Figure 55 Dr. Orders Database: Listing Screen .............................................................................. 95

Figure 56 Dr. Orders Database: General Tab................................................................................. 96

Figure 57 Dr. Orders Database: Injury Selection ........................................................................... 97

Figure 58 Surgery Database: Listing Screen .................................................................................. 99

Figure 59 Surgery Database: General Tab ................................................................................... 100

Figure 60 Surgery Database: Injury Selection.............................................................................. 102

Figure 61 Sign-Out Database: Listing Screen ............................................................................... 103

Figure 62 Sign-Out Database: General Tab ................................................................................. 104

Figure 63 Sign-Out Database: Select Injury ................................................................................. 106

Figure 64 Physical Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................ 108

Figure 65 Physical Database: General Tab .................................................................................. 109

Figure 67 History Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................. 112

Figure 68 History Database: General Tab .................................................................................... 112

Figure 69 Weight Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................. 115

Figure 70 Weight Database: General Tab .................................................................................... 115

Figure 71 Inventory Database: Listing Screen ............................................................................. 118

Figure 72 Inventory Database: General Tab ................................................................................ 118

Figure 73 Equipment Database: Listing Screen ........................................................................... 122

Figure 74 Equipment Database: General Tab .............................................................................. 122

Figure 75 Concussion Database: Listing Screen .......................................................................... 125

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Figure 76 Concussion Database: General Tab ............................................................................. 126

Figure 77 Concussion Database: Post-Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS) Tab .......................... 127

Figure 78 Concussion Database: Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) Tab................................ 128

Figure 79 Concussion Database: Orientation Tab ....................................................................... 128

Figure 80 Concussion Database: Memory Tab ............................................................................ 129

Figure 81 Concussion Database: Exertion Tab ............................................................................ 129

Figure 82 Concussion Database: Neurologic Tab ........................................................................ 130

Figure 83 Concussion Database: Concentration Tab ................................................................... 131

Figure 84 Concussion Database: Recall Tab ................................................................................ 131

Figure 85 Concussion Database: Select Injury ............................................................................. 132

Figure 86 Concussion Database: Select SAC Questions .............................................................. 133

Figure 87 Concussion Database: Individual Report ..................................................................... 134

Figure 88 Phone Database: Listing Screen .................................................................................. 135

Figure 89 Phone Database: General Tab ..................................................................................... 136

Figure 90 Status Database: Listing Screen ................................................................................... 139

Figure 91 Status Database: Athlete Status .................................................................................. 140

Figure 92 Status Database: Injury Status ..................................................................................... 142

Figure 93 Dashboard Calendar .................................................................................................... 143

Figure 94 Scheduling: Set up Available Appointment Times ....................................................... 144

Figure 95 Scheduling: Set up Available Times ............................................................................. 145

Figure 96 Scheduling: Schedule a Game/Event ........................................................................... 146

Figure 97 Scheduling: Schedule an Appointment ....................................................................... 147

Figure 98 Scheduling: Confirm, Edit or Delete an Appointment ................................................. 148

Figure 99 Reports Pull-Down Menu ............................................................................................ 149

Figure 100 Reports: Standard Report Generator with Advance Filters ...................................... 149

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Figure 101 Reports: Database/Report/In-Active ......................................................................... 149

Figure 102 Reports: Create Stored Filters ................................................................................... 150

Figure 102 Reports: Group/Sport ................................................................................................ 150

Figure 104 Reports: Date Range .................................................................................................. 151

Figure 105 Reports: Status .......................................................................................................... 153

Figure 106 Reports: Athlete: Roster ............................................................................................ 154

Figure 107 Reports: Athlete: Travel Report, Travel 1/Page, (Medical Only), (Medical Only) 1/page

.............................................................................................................................................. 155

Figure 108 Reports: Athlete: Mailing Labels ............................................................................... 156

Figure 109 Reports: Athlete: File Folder Labels ........................................................................... 157

Figure 110 Reports: Athlete: Alerts ............................................................................................. 157

Figure 111 Reports: Athlete: Paperwork ..................................................................................... 158

Figure 112 Reports: Athlete: Immunization ................................................................................ 158

Figure 113 Reports: Injury: Daily Log .......................................................................................... 159

Figure 114 Reports: Injury: Coach's Report ................................................................................. 160

Figure 115 Reports: Injury: Status Practice ................................................................................. 160

Figure 116 Reports: Injury: Status Game .................................................................................... 161

Figure 117 Reports: Injury: Days Out .......................................................................................... 161

Figure 118 Reports: Injury: Days Open ........................................................................................ 162

Figure 119 Reports: Injury: Statistics ........................................................................................... 163

Figure 120 Reports: Injury: Statistics (Grouped) ......................................................................... 163

Figure 121 Reports: Injury: Statistics (Graph) ............................................................................. 164

Figure 122 Reports: Injury: Treatments per Injury ...................................................................... 164

Figure 123 Reports: Injury: Open Injuries ................................................................................... 165

Figure 124 Reports: Injury: Referral Report ................................................................................ 165

Figure 125 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Day) .......................................................................... 166

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Figure 126 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Week) ....................................................................... 167

Figure 127 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Month) ..................................................................... 167

Figure 128 Reports: Injury: Injury with Treatments .................................................................... 168

Figure 129 Reports: Injury: Notes ............................................................................................... 168

Figure 130 Reports: Treatment: Daily Log ................................................................................... 169

Figure 131 Reports: Treatment: Daily Log (Details) .................................................................... 169

Figure 132 Reports: Treatment: Pending .................................................................................... 170

Figure 133 Reports: Treatment: Statistics ................................................................................... 170

Figure 134 Reports: Treatment: Statistics Graph ........................................................................ 171

Figure 135 Reports: Treatment: Treatments Per Hour ............................................................... 172

Figure 136 Reports: Treatment: CPT Billing ................................................................................ 172

Figure 137 Reports: Treatment: Modality Log ............................................................................ 173

Figure 138 Reports: Medication: Daily Log ................................................................................. 174

Figure 139 Reports: Medication: Statistics .................................................................................. 175

Figure 140 Reports: Medication: Statistics (Graph) .................................................................... 175

Figure 141 Reports: Insurance: Claims per Athlete ..................................................................... 176

Figure 142 Reports: Insurance: Claims per Injury ....................................................................... 176

Figure 143 Reports: Insurance: Outstanding Insurance Claims .................................................. 177

Figure 144 Reports: Insurance: Totals ......................................................................................... 177

Figure 145 Reports: Referral: Pre-Authorization ......................................................................... 178

Figure 146 Reports: Referral: Summary ...................................................................................... 179

Figure 147 Reports: Referral: Referral Forms Outstanding ......................................................... 179

Figure 148 Reports: Surgery: Statistics ........................................................................................ 180

Figure 149 Reports: Surgery: Statistics (Graph) .......................................................................... 181

Figure 150 Reports: Surgery: CPT Billing ..................................................................................... 181

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Figure 151 Reports: Sign-Out: Outstanding ................................................................................ 182

Figure 152 Reports: Inventory: Bid List ....................................................................................... 183

Figure 153 Reports: Inventory: Count ......................................................................................... 183

Figure 154 Reports: Inventory: Usage ......................................................................................... 184

Figure 155 Reports: Equipment: Service ..................................................................................... 185

Figure 156 Reports: Concussion: Summary ................................................................................. 186

Figure 157 Reports: Phone: List ................................................................................................... 187

Figure 158 Quick Treatments: Starting ....................................................................................... 188

Figure 159 Quick Treatment: Select Athlete ............................................................................... 188

Figure 160 Quick Treatment: Select Existing Injury .................................................................... 188

Figure 161 Quick Treatment: Background Information .............................................................. 189

Figure 162 Quick Treatment: Select Modalities .......................................................................... 189

Figure 163 Quick Treatment: Select New or No Specific Injury .................................................. 190

Figure 164 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Athlete ............................................................. 190

Figure 165 Quick Treatment: Background Information .............................................................. 191

Figure 166 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Existing Injury ................................................... 191

Figure 167 Quick Treatment: AT Access: New Injury or No Specific Injury ................................. 191

Figure 168 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Adding Notes .............................................................. 192

Figure 169 Online Help Options .................................................................................................. 202

Getting Started

Welcome

Welcome to SportsWareOnLine (SWOL). SWOL makes it easy to record, manage, report, and share your athlete’s training room information. We strongly suggest that you read this manual before using the program to familiarize yourself with all of the features available in SWOL. Doing so will make your SWOL experience much more productive.

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If you are using a previous version of SportsWare Desktop, CSMi can import your data for a fee.

Please contact CSMi if this has not already been arranged and you want this service.

Since the introduction of SportsWare for DOS in 1991, SportsWare has continued to grow in features. If there is a feature you would like to see in SWOL, let us know and we will add it to our new ideas file for consideration in a future release of SWOL.

Thank you for using SWOL. Enjoy.

Implementation Procedure

1. Create a folder on your computer/network called SWOL Documentation to store all of your SWOL Documents. For example: a. Copy of Invoice: Includes license count and e-mail address used to set up your account b. Sending Your Data to CSMi. For SportsWare Desktop owners with existing data they want imported into SWOL. c. Sending Excel Data to CSMi. For New SWOL Users that want data from an Excel file imported in to SWOL d. This Manual. If after reading this manual you have questions, please email them to [email protected]

. e. Sample Athlete Instruction Letter. Explains how Athletes Login to SWOL Pre-

Participation Module. f. Users Worksheet (Excel). Master document to keep track of SWOL Users and their rights. g. SWOL Questions. Create a Word document to store questions, comments and answers as you and your staff use SWOL. Share this document with your staff from time to time to expedite their learning process. When sufficient email them to [email protected]

for answers.

2. Reset/Retrieve your Password (link will be sent from CSMi at time of purchase)

3. Customize Institution Settings

4. Edit the Group (school) and Sport Picklists to apply to Users and Coaches during setup.

5. Add Users (use worksheet first) and Apply User Rights

6. Edit Default fields such as Report Headings

7. Decide on the Reports you want to create. Review with staff, coaches, athletic director, etc.

8. Customize your Picklists

9. Train Staff on SWOL. Meet/discuss regularly until you are up and running comfortably

10. Practice with sample data

11. Go Live - Begin entering real athlete data

12. In-service Coaches on SWOL features and benefits they can use.

13. Notify athletes about SWOL’s pre-participation module (see sample letter)

14. Review with Staff on a regular basis

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Log-In To SWOL

SWOL supports the following browsers

Figure 1 SWOL Compatible Browsers

When you purchased SWOL you provided CSMi with an e-mail address. This address was used to set-up your SWOL account. Before you can log on to SWOL for the first time you need to create a password for your account.

Create a Password

1. From a web-enabled computer go to http://www.swol123.net

2. At the Login screen enter your Email address and click Reset Password

Figure 2 Login / Logout Screen

3. A message box will appear instructing you to check your e-mail for a link to the Reset

Password screen. The reset password link is valid for 24 hours.

Figure 3 Message Box for Reset Password Link

4. Password Email you will receive:

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Figure 4 Password Reset Link in Email

5. Click the link to open the Online Access Password reset window. Enter a password which meets password requirements shown in the Online Access window under Password

Requirements.

Figure 5 Password Requirements

6. Go to www.swol123.net

and Login using your e-mail address and password you selected.

After logging in to SWOL for the first time you should change the password requirements via

Institution Settings to match your organization’s password requirements.

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Figure 6 Login Page

Congratulations -- You should now be logged in to SWOL at the Athletic Trainer’s Dashboard.

Figure 7 Dashboard

The Dashboard is your gateway into SWOL

• The Main Menu located across the top (Dashboard, Database, Admin etc.) contains pull-down menus to navigate SWOL.

• The Button Bar located just below the Menu Bar contains icons for each of SWOL’s databases (Athlete, Injury, Treatment etc.). As you mouse over an icon the name will appear.

• Below the Button Bar from the left is your Calendar, names of Athletes on the Watch

List (exclusive to ATCs), Injuries and Referrals recorded for the day or the week, and your picture. You can change the Injuries and Referrals displayed using the Today or

This Week Radio Buttons located above the Athlete Watch List.

The next step is to define your Institution Settings.

Institution Settings

The Institution Settings are Global Settings that apply to all Users. Only Administrators have access to Institution Settings. From the Menu Bar select Admin, Institution.

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Figure 8 Institution: General Tab

Institution: Institution

Following is a description of all the fields on the Institution General Page.

Field Description

Institution Name

The Institution Name can only be changed by CSMi. If it needs to be updated send an email to [email protected]

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Field

Institution Type

AmerSpec Key

School ID

Participate in Group

Injury Studies

Allow Athlete Login

Allow Athlete to Edit their ID

Show the Paperwork to the Athlete

Description

Select the description that best describes your Institution.

If your school works with American Specialty Insurance contact your

ASI representative for your SWOL Access Key. Once this value is entered in SWOL you will be able to electronically transmit injury summaries to ASI.

For more information or help related to AmerSpec, visit www.amerspec.com

or call Abby Allison (260) 672-8800

To allow athletes to join SportsWareOnLine (typically done with incoming freshmen), you need to provide a School ID of between 1 and 20 characters. When the athletes go to www.swol123.net

and click the Join SportsWare button, they will enter your School ID so their new record will be correctly associated with your school.

In 2011 CSMi will launch an injury surveillance program for all SWOL

Owners. If you want to participate, select this option.

This option allows the Administrator to enable the SWOL Pre-

Participation program which allows athletes/parents to edit their

Records.

Note: Each SWOL Athlete Record allows you to enable or disable access for a particular athlete. For example, you might disable access for In-Active athletes. Athletes will need to have their email address stored in their SWOL Athlete page before they will be able to login to

SWOL.

This option allows the athlete or parent to log-in to their listing and change their ID number.

This option allows the athlete or parent to see their paperwork and if the paperwork has been completed.

Institution: Options

Field

Billing Information

Session Timeout

The fields under billing information can only be edited by CSMi. If this information is not current please send updated information to [email protected]

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If there has been no activity with SWOL at your computer for the

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Field

(Minutes)

Report Title

Medical History

Renewal Date

Description

timeout period, SWOL will require the user to login. Prior to logging out a user a window will appear warning SWOL will log out in 1 minute. This setting applies to SWOL, Quick Treatments, and Pre-

Participation Module.

The Report Heading appears at the top of your SWOL Reports.

You can allow athletes to log-in to SportsWare and enter Medical

History records. When an athlete logs-in, SportsWare checks if the athlete has an existing Medical History record. If the existing record was created after the renewal date, SportsWare allows the athlete to update the existing record. If the record was created before the renewal date, the athlete must enter a new record. If your school will be creating a new list of Medical History Questions, you should set the Renewal Date to yesterday so the athletes will be required to answer the new set of questions the next time they login.

Institution: User Password Requirements

Discuss User password requirements with your IT department. Your institution may have an existing Password policy which you are required to follow. SWOL displays the User Password requirements to each User when creating a password.

Note: For Password changes to take effect you must logout of SWOL.

Field Description

Expire Time (Days)

SWOL will expire User passwords that have not been changed based on this value. If the value is set to 0 passwords will not expire.

Once a password has expired, the User will receive a password expiration notice the next time they attempt to Login to SWOL and be instructed to use the Reset Password routine to update their password.

Minimum Length

Requires Numeric

Character

Minimum number of characters required for a password.

If checked, at least one character has to be a number.

Requires Special

Character

If checked, at least one special character must be used ( @, !, #, $, %,

^ or &).

Requires Mixed Case

If checked, at least one character has to be Upper Case and at least

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Field

Characters

Description

one character has to be Lower Case.

Institution: Athlete Password Requirements

Discuss Athlete password requirements with your IT department. Your institution may have an existing Password policy which you are required to follow. SWOL displays the Athlete Password requirements to each Athlete when creating a password.

Note: For Password changes to take effect you must Logout.

SWOL offers the option to create Athlete Password requirements separately from User

Password requirements in case Athlete Password requirements do not have to be as stringent as

User Password requirements.

Field

Expire Time (Days)

Description

SWOL will expire athlete passwords that have not been changed based on this value. If the value is set to 0 passwords will not expire.

Once a password is expired the Athlete will receive a password expiration notice the next time they attempt to Login to SWOL and be instructed to use the Reset Password routine to update their password.

Minimum number of characters required for a password.

If checked, at least one character has to be a number.

Minimum Length

Requires Numeric

Character

Requires Special

Character

Requires Mixed Case

Characters

If checked, at least one special character must be used( @, !, #, $, %, ^ or &)

If checked, at least one character has to be Upper Case and at least one character has to be Lower Case.

Institution: Athlete Mobile Access

Controls which mobile applications the athlete can access.

Field

Quick Treatments

Quick Injury

Description

Athlete can access the Quick Treatment application.

Athlete can access the Quick Injury application.

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Quick Weight

Description

Athlete can access the Quick Weight application.

Institution: Date Filter Defaults

Controls how many records appear in listing screen.

Note: The shorter the default value, the faster the listing screen will be displayed.

Field

Injury Listing Screen

Description

Treatment Listing

Screen

Number of days from current date for which injuries will be displayed.

Number of days from current date for which treatments will be displayed.

Institution: Attachments (Pre-Participation Forms)

SWOL includes the ability to post multiple pre-participation forms on the Athlete Portal. On-line forms replace the need to mail and collect hardcopy forms. Following is the procedure to post a form.

1. From the top, center of the Institution Window select the Attachment Tab. The

Attachment Listing Screen will appear.

2. Click Add.

Figure 9 Institution: Attachment Listing Screen

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Figure 10 Institution: Attachment Page

3. Click Browse to open the File Manager.

4. Locate your file from within the File Manager, highlight, and Click Open.

Field

5. Assign a Title to the document which will appear in the Athlete Portal. Then define how

SWOL should manage the document.

Description

This is a fillable PDF…

Select this box if true. Fillable PDF’s avoid the need for Users to print hardcopies.

This form is used by Athletes

This is an informational form…

Distribute a copy of this form…

Every athlete will see it when they log on to SWOL

Form will include an electronic signature

This form is used by Athletic Trainers in the following databases

Athlete

Injury…

Select the databases where the form should be stored

Other Commands for SWOL Institution Page

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Edit

Delete

Renew

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Description

Select to Edit a Stored document

Select to Delete the Posted document

Select if you have a form that needs to be completed every year.

SWOL will save the completed form (now unavailable) and make an new blank form available to the athlete from the Athlete Portal

Select Open to view the stored attachment

Select to Design your own PDF

Open

Design PDF

Set Up Users

Generally speaking there three types of SWOL Users; Athlete/Parents, Coaches, and Athletic

Trainers (or those granted some level of ATC right). This section covers adding Coaches and

Athletic Trainers to SWOL.

From the SWOL Main Menu under Admin select Users to open the Users Database Listing

Screen.

The first time you open this database the only User will be the one provided to CSMi at the time of purchase.

Figure 11 Users Listing Screen

The purpose of the Users database is to define who can access SWOL and how they can use it.

For example, you may want to grant more access to a Certified Athletic Trainer compared to a

Student Athletic Trainer or an experienced SWOL User compared to an inexperienced SWOL

User.

One of an athletic trainer’s responsibilities is to communicate the playing condition of athletes to coaches. To facilitate this process Coaches can be given limited access to SWOL to retrieve emergency contact information and injury status.

If CSMi imported an existing SWDT database for you, all of the Users who were in the SWDT database have been imported into SWOL with the same rights. You should review their rights.

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Licensing

When setting up SWOL enter all of your Users regardless of the number of licenses purchased.

Users can be Active or In-Active (no access). Valid licenses float from User to User as they login and logout of SWOL. When all licenses are in use the next User to attempt to log in will be informed all licenses are in use and they will need to wait for a User to logout of SWOL. Athletes,

Coaches and Users with View Only Rights do not require a License.

Sample of SWOL Assigned Users.

License Required

Yes

Typical User

Head Athletic Trainer

Access Priveleges

Add, Edit or Delete records other than their own

Add and Edit records

View, Edit and Print their record via Athlete Portal

View or Print records

View or Print Athlete on assigned teams

Yes

No

No

No

Athletic Trainers

Athlete or Parent of an Athlete

Team Physician or Nurse

Coach

Add a User

On the Right side of the Users Database Listing Screen is the Choice to Add a User (ATC) or Add a Coach. Click Add a User to open a new User Record.

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Figure 12 Users: General Page

Located at the top of the Users Input Screen are four tabs, one for each User Screen Window.

Users Database: General

Field Description

Full Name

Phone e-Mail

Existing Pwd

New Pwd

User’s Full Name - It will appear on the User's Listing Screen.

User’s Phone Number

Email address User will use to login to SWOL. Note: An email address

can only appear once in the SWOL database. If an athlete is also an

Athletic Trainer that person will require two unique email addresses,

one for the User Profile and one for their Athlete Record.

***** Indicates there is a password associated with this User record.

You cannot enter data in this field.

Note: As a security feature SWOL always shows six asterisks

regardless of the length of your password.

Add or change existing password for the User. We recommend letting

Users define their own passwords when they enter SWOL for the first time via the Reset Password routine.

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Field

Confirm Pwd

Administrator

Description

Confirm User password. Leave blank if Users are creating their passwords.

Activate if User should have administrative rights. ONLY

Administrators have access to the Institution Database and ONLY

Administrators can add new Users.

You can have as many Administrators as you please and must have at least one however we recommend you limit the number.

Active

Send Email Notification

On Changes

If selected SWOL will send an email notice to this user whenever an

Athlete/Parent edits their information. More than one User can have this selected.

Online Contact

Allows User to access SWOL. Unselect and User will not be able to login to SWOL. At log-in the User will be informed they are no longer an Active SWOL User. You may choose to use this if users stop working with you, but you expect them to return.

Password

Requirements

Shows the current Password requirements set by the Administrator(s) in the Institutions Page.

Users: Program Functions

Field

Edit Picklists

Figure 13 Users: Program Functions Page

Description

Allows User to edit Picklists. Be sure to review and customize all of the

SWOL Picklists before you begin entering data in SWOL.

If CSMi imported your existing Desktop data your Desktop Picklists are

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View In-Active

Athletes

Show Notes In

QuickTreatment

View SSNs

installed.

Allows User to view and generate reports that include In-Active Athletes.

Use this option if you want to limit who can see and edit the Injury Notes via Quick Treatments.

For example, if Athletic Training Students need the ability to add Quick

Treatments but you do not want them to see the associated injury notes, do not select this option for the Athletic Training Student.

Allows the User to see the Social Security numbers for all of the Athletes.

For security reasons you may want to deny this right to most users.

Users: Database Access

On this tab you assign which Databases an Athletic Trainer or similar User will see when they log onto SWOL. We strongly recommend you only select Databases you intend to use. This will keep your database listing screens tidy.

Figure 14 Users: Database Access Page

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Field

View, Edit, Add,

Delete, Print

Athlete

Injury

Treatment…

Description

The Database Access Selections control the Databases each User can

View, Edit, Add, Delete, and Print. SWOL includes 17 databases.

If you activate the checkbox at the top of a column it will automatically activate all of the checkboxes in the column. The same is true if you unselect the checkbox at the top of the column; all of the checkboxes in the column will be unselected.

Be very selective on who you assign the ability to Delete Records.

Once a record is deleted it and all of the underlying records are permanently deleted from SWOL. For this reason we strongly

recommend leave Delete unchecked for all Users. When a record needs to be deleted edit the User Settings to include the ability to delete, delete the record, and then unselect delete.

Each Database is listed on the left side of the Database Access section. Use these checkboxes to set how you want each User to use each of Databases.

If none of the actions are chosen in a database row that Database will not appear on the SWOL Main Menu for the User.

Users: Restrict Group Access

Note: See section on editing picklists to edit the Schools that appear in the Restrict Group Access list.

Figure 15 Users: Restrict Group Access Page

Field Description

Restrict Group Access

Use this option to limit what Group of athlete records an Athletic

Trainer can access. This feature is typically used in an outreach program with multiple Athletic Trainers assigned to specific schools.

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To assign an Athletic Trainer access to more than one school hold down the Control key and click on the appropriate schools. By default if you do not select any schools, the athletic trainer has access to all groups.

For example, if ATC One is assigned to SWOL College she will only be able to access records from SWOL College Athletes.

Note: For this feature to work, every athlete entered in SWOL must have the Group field completed in their Athlete Database Record.

Athletes with blank Group fields can be seen by every User.

Click the Save button to save your changes.

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Users: Add a Coach

To add a coach, click the Add a coach button.

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Figure 16 Users: Add Coach Page

Field

Full Name

Description

Coach’s full name.

Phone Number Coach’s preferred phone number

e-Mail

Existing Pwd

Coach’s email address

Astericks will appear once a password is entered. Data cannot be entered into this field.

New Pwd

Leave blank. Coach will complete at log-in

Confirm Pwd

Leave blank

Active

Controls access. Checked for Coach to have access to SWOL. Uncheck to block

Coach access to SWOL.

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Field Description

View In-Active

Athletes

Controls if Coach can access records for In-Active Athletes. In-Active Athletes are typically graduates or students who are no longer participating in Sports.

Password

Requirements

RestrictGroup

Access

Current Institution Password Requirements. These are defined in the

Institution Screen

Each Coach should to be assigned to the school(s) she coaches. This limits her access to only her schools. Click on the school to give the coach access.

To assign a Coach access to more than one school hold down the Control Key and click on the appropriate schools

To Edit your Goup List see Editing Picklists

RestrictSport

Access

Each Coach should to be assigned to the Sport(s) she coaches. This limits her access to only her Sports. Click on the Sport to give the coach access.

To assign a Coach access to more than one Sport hold down the Control Key and click on the appropriate schools

To Edit your Sport List see Editing Picklists

To Save a Coach's information click Save in the upper right corner of the screen.

Picklists

SWOL includes the ability to customize all of the Picklists. We recommend reviewing the

Picklists in SWOL BEFORE you begin entering data. If CSMi imported your existing SportsWare

Desktop Data into SWOL your Desktop Picklists will be in SWOL already.

From the Main Menu select Picklists to open the Picklist pull-down menu. Most of the Picklists in

SWOL are contained under Multi Level. For this reason we included the ability to print a hard copy of all the default entries under Multi Level so you can review and edit them.

Note: To review the default entries under Multi Level we recommend the report – “No Injuries.”

There are over 4,000 injuries in SWOL and printing them will create a very long report.

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Picklists: Printing

1. From the Main Menu Select Picklist, Multi-Level.

2. On the left side of the screen select No Injuries.

Picklists: Editing Multi-Level

1. From the Main Menu Select Picklist, Multi-Level.

2. Highlight the Picklist you want to edit. This example will edit the Activity PickList.

Figure 17 Edit Activity Picklist

3. Use the Add and Delete buttons as needed. a. Add will insert a blank space for a new entry

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b. Delete will delete the highlighted entry.

Some Picklists contain more than one level such as Sport. Under heading of Sport the first level contains each of the teams. Highlighting a Sport will expose all of the positions associated with selected sport.

To add a new Sport click Add at Level 1. To add new Positions under a Sport highlight the Sport and press Add at Level 2. Click OK in the upper right corner when finished editing Picklists.

Figure 18 Edit Sport Picklist

Picklists: Injury

Injury Picklists are four levels deep.

For example if you want to edit the Specific Injury Site lists under Head do the following:

1. Select Body Area = Head

2. Select Body Part = Eye

3. Select Injury = Abrasion

4. Edit the displayed Injury Site

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Figure 19 Cascading Injury Picklists

Picklists: Other

Athlete Immunizations

The Athlete Immunizations are used on the Athlete Record, Medical page.

Athlete Paperwork

The Athlete Paperwork is used on the Athlete Record, Paperwork page.

Player Status

The Status entries are used as filters on the Player Status Report. The Status entries are used for describing a player’s Practice Status and Game Status. In addition to the Player’s statuses you will have the opportunity to record Return to Practice and Return to Game Dates along with a brief note. We recommend keeping the status list short such as Full Go, Limited and Out.

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History Questions

History Questions appear in the Patient Portal and the Athlete Database Record.

Treatment Modalities

The Treatment List appears in the Treatment Database and Optional Quick Treatments. If you plan to document the value of services provided or bill for your services be sure to include CPT

Code, Modifier, Unit Time and Unit Cost. If you work in an outreach program your billing department may be able to help you collect this information.

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Surgical Procedures

The Surgical Procedures appear in the Surgery Database. If you plan to document the value of services provided be sure to include CPM Code, Modifier, Unit Time and Unit Cost. If you work in an outreach program your billing department may be able to help you collect this information.

Sign Out

The Sign Out List includes all of the medical related products you loan to an Athlete that you want returned.

Physical Questions

Physical Questions appear in the Patient Portal and the Physical Database Record.

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Concussion Questions

The Concussion Questions are used on the Concussion Record, Memory page.

Evaluations

Evaluations appear in the Injury SOAP Notes. Include the names of all the possible joint specific evaluations one might use.

Note: This is a two level Picklist. First you add or edit the Body Part, then you add or edit the

Evaluation. If you delete a first level Body Part all of the second level Evaluations will also be deleted.

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Defaults

SWOL includes an Athlete Address Default and a Report Heading Default.

Athlete Address defaults are available from the Athlete Database input screen.

The Report Heading appears at the top of the Standard SWOL Reports.

Using SWOL

When you login to SWOL the Dashboard will appear. Go to the Athlete Database by Selecting

Database, Athlete from the Main Menu or Click on the Athlete Database Icon.

Figure 20 Select Athlete Database

SWOL Screen Layouts

SWOL has two types of screens you need to be familiar with: Database Listing and Database

Input Screens.

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Database Listing Screen

When you select a Database the first screen to appear will be the Database Listing Screen

(Listing Screen for short) for the selected database. All of the Listing Screens share the same layout.

Figure 21 Database Listing Screen

Listing Screen Overview starting at the top

Item Description

Main Menu (Left Side) contains

Pull Down Menus on the Right Side

Main Menu (Right Side) contains buttons to return to the

Dashboard or Logout of SWOL

Your location path in SWOL. You can jump to any level by clicking on said level in the location path.

Database icons. Icons only appear for the databases the User has rights to access. The active icon indicates the database you are in

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Actions (Add, Update, Delete ....) appear on the left side of each

Listing Screen

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Column Filters appear across the top of each Listing Screen. Select

Show All to clear the column filters.

Checkboxes to View In-Active

Athletes and Dim Records

Click on a Column Heading to sort the Listing Screen by that column.

Click a second time on the same column to reverse the sort order.

Not all column headings shown

Each Row in the Listing Screen represents a Record stored in the

Database

Scroll forward and backwards commands and page numbers available are displayed at the bottom of each Listing Screen. You can jump to the first or last page, page by page or jump to a specific page. The current page is highlighted.

Page size sets the number of records listed per page. Items indicates the number of records in the current database.

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Database Input Screen

When you select a record in a database and press Update SWOL will open a Database Input

Screen. All information for a record is entered from a Database Input Screen.

Figure 22 Database Input Screen

• Save command is located in the top right corner

• Cancel command is located in the top right corner

Databases

SWOL includes 16 Databases. Adding, Updating and Deleting Records is similar in each database.

If a database record can be associated with an injury you will be given the choice of attaching the new record to an existing injury, new injury, or no injury at all.

Referential integrity is a system of rules that SWOL uses to ensure that relationships between records in related databases are valid and that you don't accidentally delete or change related data.

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Database

Athlete

Related Database

Injury, Physical, Medical History, Weight

Injury

Treatment, Medication, Insurance, Referral, Dr. Orders, Surgery, Sign-Out,

Concussion

In SWOL each Injury, Physical, Medical History, and Weight record is connected to an Athlete record in the Athlete Database. Similarly, each Treatment, Medication, Insurance, Referral, Dr.

Orders, Surgery, Sign-Out, and Concussion record is linked to a specific record in the Injury

Database.

This structure provides a number of advantages in managing your athlete data, for example:

• You can generate a report showing the number of treatments for each injury.

• When you update information on an injury, the updated information automatically shows in the Treatment, Medication, Insurance, Referral, Dr. Orders, and Sign-Out records.

Warning: When you delete an athlete, all the records downstream; Injury, Physical, Treatment,

Medication, Insurance, Referral, Dr. Orders, Sign-Out, Medical Records, Weight, and Concussion records for that athlete are automatically deleted. For this reason we recommend you leave the

Delete option off for all Users.

Athlete Database

Each Athlete will have one and only one record in the Athlete Database.

Athlete Database: Listing Screen

Figure 23 Athlete Database: Listing Screen

The Athlete Listing Screen shows all of the Athletes in database. Across the top of the Listing

Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are

Last Name, Sport, and Group.

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Below the Filters are two Checkboxes which adjust what records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings:

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Injuries for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Dim Records – Shows In-Active athletes in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for

Active Athletes.

The Athlete Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Sport1, Sport2, Sport3,

Group, Grad Class, and Active. The athlete’s current sport will be highlighted in bold type. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Athlete Database: Input Screen

Note: You can fill in as much or as little information as you need. Think about the reports you want to generate. For example, if you want to create Travel Reports (Athletes, Emergency

Contacts, Insurance, Medical Alerts and Insurance Information) you would need to fill out data on all five tabs.

Athlete Database: General Tab

Figure 24 Athlete Database: General Tab

Background

Field

First Name

Description

Athlete First Name.

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Last Name

ID

SSN

Class

Gender

Birth Date

Athlete Last Name

Athlete school ID number.

Social Security Number

Year the athlete is expected to graduate.

Athlete Gender (female or male).

The Athlete’s birth date.

Status

Field

Status Record

Release

Expiration

Date

Active

Checkbox

Description

Records the date at which the Athlete’s Information Release form expires.

Note: Use the Report, Athlete, Record Release Expire report to print a report of

Athlete releases which expire during a time.

Indicates Active athletes. Athletes currently in sports programs are set to Active.

Athletes are typically set to In-Active when they graduate or leave the sports program. Setting athletes to In-Active, rather than deleting them allows you to re-call their data if questions arise at a later time.

SportsWare typically only displays and reports on records for Active athletes. Use the

View In-Active Athletes checkbox command located at the top of the Athlete Listing

Screen to view the records for In-Active athletes.

SportsWare allows you to display In-Active Athlete records in a grayed font.

Use the View, Dim Records checkbox located at the top of the Athlete Listing

Screen to dim the records for In-Active athletes

Cleared to Play

Checkbox

Records if athlete is cleared to play. For example, all documentation is in and grade requirements have been met.

Watch

Notes for

Watch

Puts Athlete on a Watch List only the Athletic Trainer can see. The Watch List appears on the Athletic Trainer's Dashboard.

Record reason why Athlete is on the Watch List. Only the Athletic Trainer has access to information recorded here.

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Field

Practice

Expected

Return

Game

Expected

Return

Notes

Description

SportsWare uses this field to decide which athletes should be included on the

Coach’s Report and Status-Practice Report. (From the Injury Database select

Report, Coach.)

If an athlete cannot practice, record the expected date of return here. It will appear on the Coach’s Report

SportsWare uses this field to decide which athletes should be included on the

Coach’s Report and Status-Game report.

If an athlete cannot compete, record the expected date of return here. It will appear on the Coach’s Report

Notes in this field appear in the Coach’s Report. Each time you edit a record for an athlete SWOL will ask if you want to edit the Practice and Game Status and the Notes.

Online Access

Field

Existing

Password

Description

Online Access

The Athlete’s e-mail address. This is the field SWOL will use for the Athlete Portal.

e-Mail

Each Athlete Record can only have one email address to access it via the Athlete

Portal.

The same email address can be used for more than one Athlete Records (family) but the passwords must be unique for each Athlete Record.

Once an email address is recorded you can initiate an email by selecting the Letter

Icon.

Shows asterisks. Nothing to record

New Password Enter a password for the Athlete to use when logging on to SWOL.

NOTE: If you leave blank (our recommendation), the athlete will have the ability to create a password the first time she logs on to SWOL.

Confirm

Password

Access Level

If you choose to enter a password for athlete enter it a second time to confirm accuracy.

View gives the Athlete the ability to view her Pre-participation information via

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Field

View

Edit

Description

the www.swol123.net Athlete Portal. Edit gives the Athlete the ability to edit her Pre-participation information via the www.swol123.net portal.

Athlete Picture

Field Description

Browse, Edit,

Press Browse to select a picture to store in the Athlete Record.

Delete

Use Add to store the picture in the Athlete Record.

Use Delete to remove a picture from the Athlete Record.

Sport/Group

Field

Sport1, 2, 3

Current

Group

Description

SWOL will store up to three sports for each athlete.

Select the radio button next to Sport 1, 2 or 3 to signify what is the athlete’s current sport. The current Sport will be automatically inserted when creating new sub-records for the Athlete.

The Group field is typically used to indicate the Athlete’s school or organization. Completing the Group field will enable you to create individual reports for multiple schools or organizations.

If all of your Athletes are from the same school (i.e. all of the records would have the same entry) you can leave this field blank.

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Athlete Database: Address Tab

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Figure 25 Athlete Database: Address Tab

SWOL can store two addresses for each athlete. In the high school setting the second address might be used if the athletes’ parents live separately. In the college setting the addresses may be used for the athletes’ school and home addresses.

Field Description

Address

City

State

Athlete Street Address

Athlete City

Athlete State

Zip

Country

Phone

Athlete Zip Code.

Athlete Country

Athlete Wired Phone number. Note: SWOL does not apply phone formatting so you can enter international numbers. You will need to add formatting characters, e.g. (, ), or – if you want them to appear on your reports.

Athlete Cell Phone number.

Cell

Beeper

Athlete Beeper number.

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Note: You may enter a secondary address for an athlete with two different addresses. The secondary address includes a space for an additional email address. Make sure to enter the primary email address on the Athlete General tab.

Insert Default Address

To expedite data entry you can set a default address (street, city, state, zip, and phone) in

SWOL. This is especially useful at the high school level where most of the athletes have the same

City, State, ZIP, and Area Codes.

Athlete Database: Emergency Tab

Figure 26 Athlete Database: Emergency Tab

SWOL accepts two Emergency Contacts per Athlete.

Field Description

First

First name of Emergency Contact

Last

Signature on file checkbox

Relationship

Address

Last name of Emergency Contact

When checked indicates there is a signed release to treat the athlete on file.

The Emergency Contact’s relation to the Athlete.

Emergency Contact Street Address

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Address

City

State

Emergency Contact Street Address

Emergency Contact City

Emergency Contact State

Zip

Country

Emergency Contact Zip Code

Emergency Contact Country

Home Phone

Emergency Contact Home Phone number.

Work Phone

Cell

Emergency Contact Work Phone number.

Emergency Contact Cell Phone number.

Beeper

Emergency Contact Beeper number.

E-mail Address Emergency Contact e-mail address.

Insert Athlete Address

To expedite data entry you can copy the Athlete addresses to the Emergency Contacts. This is especially useful at the high school level where most athletes live with their parents.

To copy the Athlete Address, from the Emergency Contact page, click the Athlete 1 or Athlete 2 button.

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Athlete Database: Insurance Tab

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Figure 27 Athlete Database: Insurance Tab

You can enter a primary and secondary insurance company. When entering insurance claims,

(see Insurance Database), SWOL copies the Insurance Information from the Athlete Record to the Insurance Claim Record.

Field Description

Company

Address

Address

City

Insurance Company name.

Insurance Company Street Address

Insurance Company Street Address

Insurance Company City

State

Zip

Phone

Name

Insurance Company State

Insurance Company Zip Code

Insurance Company Phone number.

The Policy Holder name.

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Birth Date

ID

Policy

Plan

Type

See First

The Policy Holder birth date.

The Policy Holder ID.

Insurance policy Number

Insurance Policy Plan Number

The Insurance Plan type, e.g. PPO, HMO.

The person the athlete must see for an initial visit and referral.

Phone

The See First contact’s phone number.

Insert Insurance Company Address

To expedite data entry you can the store Insurance Company addresses in the SWOL

Phonebook.

To insert the Insurance Company Address:

1. From the Insurance Contact page, click the Lookup button.

2. SWOL will display a Picklist of Insurance Companies.

3. Select the desired Insurance Company and click the OK button.

To add or edit the list of Insurance Company Addresses:

1. From the Phone Book Database, enter the Insurance Company information and select the record type as “Insurance Company”. Insurance Company information entered in the

Phone Book Database will be available through the Lookup button.

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Athlete Database: Medical Tab

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Description

Figure 28 Athlete Database: Medical Tab

Field

Alerts

Record the athlete’s alerts, e.g. allergies.

Immunizations Record the athlete’s immunizations. Customize this list via Picklists,

Immunizations.

Drugs Taken

Medications the athlete is taking.

Doctor

The Athlete’s Primary Physician and his/her phone number. Note: Use the

Phone Book Database to enter Doctor information. Doctor information entered in the Phone Book Database will be available through the Lookup

button.

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Athlete Database: Paperwork Tab

Figure 29 Athlete Database: Paperwork Tab

The Paperwork Page includes a list of 5 expiration date boxes for paperwork you may have to track. To enter an expiration date, simply highlight the text box and select a date from the popup calendar.

Athlete Database: Attachments Tab

Figure 30 Athlete Database: Attachments Tab

You can attach any type of Windows file to an Athlete Record. For example, scanned reports, picture of an injury, Word documents. There is a 4MB limit for each file uploaded.

Figure 31 Athlete Database: Add Attachment

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Item

Add

Open

Delete

Accept

Action

Add a new Attachment. To add an Attachment:

1. Click the Add button.

2. SWOL displays the Windows Open Dialog box.

3. Select the file you want to add and click the Open button.

4. Enter the Description and click the OK button.

Open the selected Attachment

Delete the selected Attachment.

Accept the select Attachment. Once an Attachment is accepted it can no longer be edited.

Athlete Database: Notes Tab

Figure 32 Athlete Database: Notes Tab

The Notes Page allows you to record general information in the Athlete Record. Note: SWOL

automatically copies all changes from the General Tab Practice, Game and Notes Status Fields

into this Notes field, creating a running history of the changes.

Athlete Database: Audit Tab

Figure 33 Athlete Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

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Note: Audit tracking does not record changes to Note fields (Status Notes, Medical Notes, and

General Notes). Small changes to long notes would results in long Audit Trails. The user entering the note should record their initials and the date directly in the note field.

Athlete Database: Actions

Athlete Database: Add a New Record

To add a new Athlete to the Athlete Database:

1. Click Athlete Database icon to access the Athlete Database.

2. From the Athlete Listing Screen, click the Add button. SWOL will create a new, blank

Athlete Data Record Screen.

3. Enter the new athlete information.

4. Click the OK button to save the new record, or click the Cancel button to delete the new record.

Athlete Database: Update an Existing Record

To Update an Athlete Record:

1. Click Athlete Database icon to access the Athlete Database.

2. Select the Athlete Record from the Athlete Listing Screen and click Update.

3. Update the Athlete Record with the new information.

4. Click the Save button to save the change to the athlete record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Athlete Database: Delete a Record

1. Click Athlete Database icon to access the Athlete Database.

2. Select the Athlete Record from the Athlete Listing Screen.

3. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

4. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Note: When you delete an Athlete Record, all of the Athlete’s Injury, Treatment, Referral,

Physical, Medication, Sign-Out, Surgery, Medical History, Concussion, and Billing records are also deleted.

Athlete Database: Duplicate a Record

If a family has more than one Athlete in SWOL it may be faster to duplicate an existing Athlete

Record than create a new record.

1. Click the Athlete Database Icon to access the Athlete Database

2. Select the Athlete Record you want to duplicate from the Athlete Listing Screen

3. Click Duplicate. SWOL will create a new record with the word DUPLICATE in the First

Name field, the Last Name from the original records and copy all of the other completed

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fields from the original record to the new record that were completed on the Address,

Emergency, and Insurance Tabs.

Athlete Database: Print an Athlete Record

1. Click Athlete Database icon to access the Athlete Database.

2. Select the Athlete Record from the Athlete Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button

Athlete Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Athlete Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When that person logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link.

Figure 34 Athlete Database: Task Page

1. Click Athlete Database icon to access the Athlete Database.

2. Select the Athlete Record from the Athlete Listing Screen.

3. Click Task.

4. Fill out Task fields and press Insert to send to the receiver.

Figure 35 Athlete Database: Task List

Injury Database

The Injury Database is used to record injuries, the actions taken, and the conditions under which the injuries occurred. Injuries, therefore, are linked to an athlete record. Before an injury can be

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recorded for an athlete, the athlete must have an Athlete Record in the Athlete Database. An athlete can have an unlimited number of injury records.

To access the Injury Database, click on the Injury button on the left sidebar.

Injury Database: Listing Screen

Figure 36 Injury Database: Listing Screen

The Injury Listing Screen shows all of the Injuries in the database. Across the top of the Listing

Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are

Last Name, Sport, Group and Date Search. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are four Checkboxes which adjust what records are displayed or highlighted in the List Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Injuries for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows both open and closed injuries

• Hidden Injuries - Hidden injuries are injuries that were recorded for Treatments without an Injury. For example you record Ice Treatments for an athlete but it is not worth it to record as an injury. Shows both Injuries and Hidden Injuries.

• Dim Records – Shows hidden and closed Injuries in a dimmer font so it is easier to see

Open Injuries.

The Injury Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Injury Date, Body Part,

Injury, Side, Sport (as in Sport the injury occurred in), Group, Modified, Active, Close, Hidden,

and Quick. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Dates in the Modified Column for all Open Injuries will be colored based on the last time the record was edited. The purpose is to make you aware of Open Injuries that have not been recently updated.

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Modified Column Color Codes

• Black - record has been edited within the last 5 days

• Green - record has not been edited within the last 5 to 10 days

• Yellow - record has not been edited within the last 10 to 15 days

• Red - record has not been edited within the last 15 days

Injury Database: Input Screens

Injury Database: General Tab

Figure 37 Injury Database: General Tab

Status

Field

Athletic

Quick

Hidden

Injury Date

Time

Ret to Play

Description

Use this to identify the injury as being Athletic-related. By default this box is checked when new records are added.

Identifies records entered via Quick Treatments. Athletes typically enter Quick

Treatment records. This checkbox makes it easy for the athletic trainer to find such records, confirm they are correct, and then remove the checkmark.

Identifies injury records created via Treatment Database or Quick Treatments. Hidden

Injuries are not included in Injury Statistics reports.

Date the injury occurred.

Time the injury occurred

Select this field to indicate the athlete has returned to play. The Injury will remain

Open as Treatments can continue to be entered for the Injury.

• When you enter the Return to Play date, SportsWare calculates the

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Field

Days Out

Closed

Days Open

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number of days between the Injury Date and Return to Play Date and inserts it into the Days Out Field.

• To print a report of days out, from the Report menu, select Injury,

Days Out.

Automatically calculates based on the difference between Injury Date and Ret to Play date.

Select this field and choose a date from the pop-up calendar to indicate the injury is closed and is no longer being treated.

SportsWare calculates the number of days between the Injury Date and

Closed Dates and inserts it into the Days Open Field. If you manually adjust the Days Open entry it will not affect the Injury Dates.

To print a report of the Days Open, from the Report menu, select Injury, Days

Open.

SportsWare allows you to select if Closed Injuries and the related records

(Treatment, Medication, Referral, etc.) are displayed. From the View menu, click Closed Injuries if you want to view them.

SportsWare allows you to display Closed Injuries and the related records in a grayed font. From the View menu, select Dim Records.

Automatically calculates based on the difference between Injury Date and Date the

Athlete stops receiving treatment for the Injury.

Indicates the sport the athlete was playing when the injury occurred.

Sport

Action

Field

ATC

Action

Referred

Hospitalized

Surgery

Description

Certified Athletic Trainer or Athletic Training Student recording the injury.

Action Taken.

If athlete was referred to a healthcare provider. Note: If you need to track numerous

referrals for the same injury you should use the Referral Database.

The injury required hospitalization.

The injury required surgery. Note: If you want to record surgery types you should use

the Surgery Database.

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Description

Field

Body Area

Body Part

Description

The Body Area injured, e.g. Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity.

The Body Part injured, e.g. Knee, Hip. The Body Part picklists are linked to the

Body Area. After selecting a Body Area, SportsWare loads the appropriate

Body Parts.

The side injured, e.g. Right, Left, Midline.

Side

Injury 1

Field

Injury

Description

The Injury, e.g. Bursitis, Contusion. The Injury picklists are linked to the Body

Part. After selecting a Body Part, SportsWare loads the appropriate Injuries.

Site

The Injury Site, e.g. Pre-patellar Bursa. The Injury Site picklists are linked to the Injury. After selecting an Injury, SportsWare loads the appropriate Injury

Sites.

ICD-9

The ICD-9 code for the Injury. SportsWare allows you to enter the default ICD-

9 code when editing the Injury picklist.

Severity

The Severity of the injury, e.g. Grade 1, Grade 2, Mild, Severe.

Note:

• There are sections to fill out Injury 2 and Injury 3, if necessary. These sections have the same fields as Injury 1 described above and apply to the same Body Area, Body Part.

Note: If the athlete injured both their shoulder and their knee, two separate injury

records should be entered.

To record a condition not associated with a specific Body Part such as influenza, select

General Medical for Body Area and Infectious Disease for Body Part, then in Injury select influenza.

If you use the Picklist Editor to delete an entry from Body Area picklist, SWOL will delete all of the Body Part, Injury, and Injury Site records associated with the Body Area entry you deleted. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT DELETE ANY ENTRIES FOR ANY

OF THESE FIELDS.

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Injury Database: Background Tab

Field

Mechanism

Onset

Description

Figure 38 Injury Database: Background Tab

Injury Mechanism, e.g. Rotation, Abduction.

Injury Onset, e.g. Acute, Chronic.

Level

Position

Protection

Activity

Season

Location

Athlete level when injury occurred, e.g. Varsity, Junior Varsity, Club Sport.

Position in the Sport, e.g. Center, Quarterback. The Position picklist is linked to the Sport picklist.

Protective equipment worn when the injury occurred, e.g. Knee brace, tape.

Activity when the injury occurred, e.g. Practice, Game.

Season when the injury occurred, e.g. Pre-season, In-season.

Playing location where the injury occurred, e.g. Away, Field house, Stadium.

Environment Environment when the injury occurred, e.g. Sunny, Rain, Snow, Facility

Controlled.

Surface Playing surface when the injury occurred, e.g. Mat, Artificial Turf, Grass.

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Injury Database: Attachments Tab

Figure 39 Injury Database: Attachments Tab

You can attach any type of file to an injury record for example an x-ray or movie clip of an injury.

From the Attachments Tab you and Add, Open, Delete, or Accept an Attachment.

Injury Database: Notes Tab

Figure 40 Injury Database: Notes Tab

Note Commands

Field Description

Insert Date

Spell Check

Inserts current date and time.

SOAP

Runs the Spell Checker

Opens the Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan template for recording notes

Injury Note: Evaluate

At the top of the SOAP Notes Template screen is the option to access a list of standard evaluations.

Field Description

Use the Pull-down list to select a Body

Part or other option. Press Evaluate.

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Review the Evaluation Option. Select

Positive or Negative for all Evaluations performed.

To edit the Evaluate List go to Picklists,

Evaluations.

Press Save to inser the results into the

Objective Field of the SOAP Template.

Injury Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Injury Database: Actions

Injury Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Injury Database:

1. Click the Injury Database button to access the Injury Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Injury Record.

4. Enter the Injury information.

5. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Injury Database: Update a Record

To edit an Injury Record:

1. Click Injury Database button to access the Injury Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Injury Record from the Injury Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Injury Record.

5. Update the Injury Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Injury Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Injury Database: Delete a Record

To delete an Injury Record:

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1. Click Injury Database button to access the Injury Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Injury Record from the Injury Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Note: When you delete an Injury Record, all the linked Treatment, Referral, Medication, Sign-

Out, and Surgery records are also deleted. Any records linked to other Injury Records are retained in the database.

Injury Database: Print a Record

1. Click Injury Database icon to access the Injury Database.

2. Select the Injury Record from the Injury Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Injury Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Injury Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Athlete Status

After adding or editing an Injury, Treatment, Referral, etc. record there are three options:

Field Description

Status

Save

Cancel

Save your changes and update the Athlete's Status.

Save your changes and return to the listing screen.

Cancel your changes and return to the listing screen.

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Athlete Status Note

Figure 41 Athlete Status Note

The Status Window is used to communicate the Athletes Status on the Coach Report. The Coach

Report uses the Practice and Game Status fields to select athletes for report.

The Status Window includes the following fields:

Field

Practice

Description

Cleared to Play General Cleared to Play checkbox. For example once all pre-participation paperwork is in Athlete is Cleared to Play

Practice Status. To edit the Pull-down list go to Picklists, Status Values. We recommend you keep this list short.

Date the athlete is expected to return to practice.

Expected

Return

Game

Game Status. To edit the Pull-down list go to Picklists, Status Values. We recommend you keep this list short.

Date the athlete is expected to return to game participation.

Expected

Return

Notes

Notes you want the Coach to see on the Coach Report.

Treatment Database

The Treatment Database is used to record treatments to an athlete. Each Treatment Record is linked to a record in the Injury Database. If you are providing a treatment without an existing injury, e.g. preventive taping, you should record the body part you are providing treatment to.

This will add a “hidden injury” in the treatment database.

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Figure 42 Treatment Database: Listing Screen

The Treatment Listing Screen shows all of the Treatments in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport, Group and Date Search. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Treatments for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Treatments for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Treatment Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Treatment Date,

Treatment, Body Part, Injury, Side, Sport (as in Sport the injury occurred in), Group, Active,

Hidden, and Quick. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Treatment Database: Input Screen

The Database Input Screen has four Input Tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

Typically you would create a new Treatment record each time the athlete is treated in the athletic training room.

Attached to each Treatment Modality is a CPT code, a Unit of Time and a Unit Cost. SWOL includes this information for athletic trainers who need to track treatment types for comparison to a traditional physical therapy setting.

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Status

Field

Pending

Missed

Quick

Date

Time

Location

ATC/ATS

Sport

Figure 43 Treatment Database: General Tab

Description

Indicates a treatment is scheduled for a future time. To view a list of pending treatments, from the Reports menu, select Treatments, Pending.

Indicates an athlete missed a scheduled treatment.

Treatment records added via the Quick Treatments program are marked as

Quick. After the treatment has been reviewed by the trainer, the Quick checkbox can be cleared.

Date treatment provided.

Time treatment provided.

Location where the treatment was provided.

Name of the athletic trainer providing the treatment.

The athlete’s sport when the treatment was provided. When adding a new treatment record, SportsWare initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

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Billing

Used in conjunction with the optional Billing Module. The Billing Module allows for the creation of CMS 1500 Forms which are used to submit Insurance claims.

• Select Billed if Treatment session has been billed.

• Select Unbilled if Treatment session has not been billed.

Injury

The displayed Injury fields linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Treatment Record.

Treatment Modalities

Item Code

Modifier

CPT Code

Treatment

CPT code Modifier.

CPT code for the Treatment Modality.

Treatment modality.

Unit Time

Units Cost

Units

Total Cost

Comment

The base unit of time for the Treatment Modality.

Cost per unit.

The number of unit times the Modality was applied.

Unit Cost times Unit Time.

Additional comments on the Modality, e.g. Ultrasound settings.

Treatment Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Treatment Record.

Treatment Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Treatment Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record. This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report. See the Injury Database Notes Section for instructions.

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Treatment Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Treatment Database: Actions

Treatment Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Treatment Database:

1. Click the Treatment Database button to access the Treatment Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Treatment Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 44 Treatment Database: Select an Injury

• If you are adding a treatment for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the

Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a treatment for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new treatment.

• If you are adding a treatment without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the treatment, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Treatment information.

6. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Treatment Database: Update a Record

To update a Treatment Record:

1. Click Treatment Database button to access the Treatment Database.

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2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Treatment Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Treatment Record from the Treatment Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Treatment Record.

5. Update the Treatment Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the changes to the Treatment Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Treatment Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Treatment Record:

1. Click Treatment Database button to access the Treatment Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Treatment Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Treatment Record from the Treatment Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Treatment Database: Duplicate a Record

To duplicate a Treatment Record:

1. Click Treatment Database button to access the Treatment Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Treatment Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Treatment Record from the Treatment Listing Screen.

4. Click the Duplicate button.

5. SWOL will add a new Treatment Record. The new record will be set to the current date/time and duplicate all other Status and Treatment Item fields.

6. Make any changes you want to the record.

7. Click the Save button to save the new Treatment Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

8.

Treatment Database: Print a Record

1. Click Treatment Database icon to access the Treatment Database.

2. Select the Treatment Record from the Treatment Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button

Treatment Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Treatment Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to

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the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Medication Database

The Medication Database is used to record Medications given to the athlete. Medication

Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database. If you are providing a Medication without an existing injury you need to record the body part you are providing Medication to. This will add a “hidden injury” in the Injury database.

Medication Database: Listing Screen

Figure 45 Medication Database: Listing Screen

The Medication Listing Screen shows all of the Medications in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group . The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Medications for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Medications for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Medication Listing Screen includes the following columns: : Full Name, Body Part, Injury,

Side, Medication Date, Medication, Active, Closed, Hidden. If you click on a column heading

SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

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Medication Database: Input Screen

The Database Listing Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

You can record up to 5 Medications per Medication Input Screen. Typically you would create a new Medication record each time the athlete is treated in the training room.

Medication Database: General Tab

Figure 46 Medication Database: General Tab

Status

Field

Date

Doctor

Sport

Description

Date Medication was dispensed.

Physician who prescribed the medication.

The athlete’s sport when the treatment was provided.

Injury

The displayed Injury fields linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Medication Record.

Medication

Field Description

Medication

Count

Prescription

The medication given to the athlete.

The number of pills.

Directions for taking the medication.

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Medication Database: Attachments Tab

The attachment tab allows you to attach any type of file to a Medication Record.

Medication Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Medication Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record.

Medication Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Actions

Medication Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Medication Database:

1. Click the Medication Database button to access the Medication Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete. Click the Add button to add a new

Medication Record.

3. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 47 Medication Database: Injury Selection

• If you are adding a Medication for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a Medication for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Medication.

• If you are adding a Medication without a specific injury and it is on the Existing

Injury List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Medication, a Hidden

Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there

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was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

4. Enter the Medication information.

5. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Medication Database: Update a Record

To update a Medication Record:

1. Click Medication Database button to access the Medication Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Medication Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Medication Record from the Medication Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Medication Record.

5. Update the Medication Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Medication Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Medication Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Medication Record:

1. Click Medication Database button to access the Medication Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Medication Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Medication Record from the Medication Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Medication Database: Print a Record

1. Click Medication Database icon to access the Medication Database.

2. Select the Medication Record from the Medication Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Medication Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Medication Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When that person logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

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Insurance Database

The Insurance Database is used to track insurance claims involving student athletes. Insurance

Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database.

Insurance Database: Listing Screen

Figure 48 Insurance Database: Listing Screen

The Insurance Listing Screen shows all of the Insurance Records in database. Across the top of the Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Insurances for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Insurances for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Insurance Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, Body Part, Injury,

Invoice Date, Invoice Number, Provider, Service, Amount, Balance, Active, Closed and Hidden.

If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Insurance Database: Input Screen

The Insurance Screen has five tabs: General, Company, Attachments, Notes, and Audit. You can record one insurance invoice per Insurance Record. If you receive multiple invoices for a particular injury create an Insurance Record for each invoice.

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Figure 49 Insurance Database: General Tab

Injury

The displayed Injury fields are linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Insurance Record.

Invoice

Field Description

Sport

Doctor

The athlete’s sport when the Invoice was created.

Doctor seen on the submitted invoice. Note: Use the Phone Database to add

Doctor information.

Provider

Service

Number

Provider on the submitted invoice. Note: Use the Phone Database to add

Provider information.

Service provided.

Invoice number.

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Field

Date

Submitted

Description

Invoice date.

Date invoice was submitted to the insurance company for payment.

Payment

Field

Invoice

Amount

Primary

Insurance

Secondary

Insurance

Athlete Paid

School Paid

Other

Description

Amount due on invoice.

Amount paid by primary insurance carrier.

Amount paid by secondary insurance carrier.

Balance

Amount paid by athlete.

Amount paid by school.

Amount paid by other sources. SWOL allows you to enter up to 3 additional payment sources. You can customize the picklist options in Edit Picklists.

Invoice amount minus all payments. The balance is automatically updated after changes to the invoice amount or payments are entered.

Claim History

Notes on the claim history.

Contact

Insurance company contacts for processing the claim.

Field Description

Contact

Name

Insurance company. This is copied from the Athlete Record Insurance Tab when the new Insurance Record is added.

Person at the insurance company processing the claim.

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Field

Phone

Description

Phone number for the insurance company contact.

Insurance Database: Company Tab

Figure 50 Insurance Database: Company Tab

The Insurance Company information is copied from the Athlete Database Insurance Tab when the new Insurance Record is added. Click Update to Populate the Company fields with the data previously recorded in the Athlete’s Athlete Record Insurance Tab.

Insurance Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to an Insurance Record, e.g. copy of the Invoice from the provider.

Insurance Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Medication Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record.

Insurance Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

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Insurance Database: Actions

Insurance Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Insurance Database:

1. Click the Insurance Database button to access the Insurance Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Insurance Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 51 Insurance Database: Injury Selection

• If you are adding an Insurance for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding an Insurance for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Insurance.

• If you are adding an Insurance without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Insurance, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Insurance information.

6. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Insurance Database: Update a Record

To update an Insurance Record:

1. Click Insurance Database button to access the Insurance Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Insurance Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Insurance Record from the Insurance Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Insurance Record.

5. Update the Insurance Record with the new information.

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6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Insurance Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Insurance Database: Delete a Record

To delete an Insurance Record:

1. Click Insurance Database button to access the Insurance Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Insurance Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Insurance Record from the Insurance Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Insurance Database: Print a Record

1. Click Insurance Database icon to access the Insurance Database.

2. Select the Insurance Record from the Insurance Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Insurance Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Insurance Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When that person logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Referral Database

The Referral Database is used to record Referrals made to other healthcare providers. Use this database if you want to track referrals and their estimated values. Referral Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database.

Referral Database: Listing Screen

Figure 52 Referral Database: Listing Screen

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The Referral Listing Screen shows all of the Referral Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name and Sport, Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Referrals for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Referrals for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Referral Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Referral Date,

Appointment Date, Injury, Sport, Group, Active, Closed, and Hidden. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Referral Database: Input Screen

The Referral Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit. Typically you would create a new Referral record each time you refer the athlete to a healthcare provider.

Referral Database: General Tab

Figure 53 Referral Database: General Tab

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Referral

Field

Date

Sport

Doctor

Description

Date of Referral

Form Returned

Checkbox

Indicates the completed referral form was returned to the Athletic Trainer after the Athlete’s visit.

Appointment

Date/Time

Date and Time of actual referred appointment

The athlete’s sport when the referral was written. When adding a new referral record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

Doctor the athlete was referred to.

Provider

Service

Amount

Clinic the athlete was referred to.

Service provided.

Cost of the service.

Injury

The displayed Injury fields linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Referral Record.

Request

A note field to record instructions to the provider.

Referral Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Referral Record.

Referral Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Referral Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record. This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report.

Referral Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

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Referral Database: Actions

Referral Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Referral Database:

1. Click the Referral Database button to access the Referral Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Referral Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Referral Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 54 Referral Database: Select Injury

• If you are adding a Referral for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the

Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a Referral for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Referral.

• If you are adding a Referral without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Referral, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Referral information.

6. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Referral Database: Update a Record

To update a Referral Record:

1. Click Referral Database button to access the Referral Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Referral Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Referral Record from the Referral Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Referral Record.

5. Update the Referral Record with the new information.

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6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Referral Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Referral Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Referral Record:

1. Click Referral Database button to access the Referral Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Referral Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Referral Record from the Referral Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Referral Database: Print a Record

1. Click Referral Database icon to access the Referral Database.

2. Select the Referral Record from the Referral Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Referral Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Referral Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When that person logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Dr. Orders

The Dr. Orders Database is used to record orders from your team physician or the athlete’s physician. Dr. Orders Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database.

Dr. Orders Database: Listing Screen

Figure 55 Dr. Orders Database: Listing Screen

The Dr. Orders Listing Screen shows all of the Dr. Orders Records in database. Across the top of the Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

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Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Dr. Orders for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Dr. Orders for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Dr. Orders Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, Dr Orders Date,

Doctor, Body Part, Injury, Active, Closed, and Hidden. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Dr. Orders Database: Input Screen

The Dr. Orders Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

Dr. Orders Database: General Tab

Doctors’ Orders

Field Description

Figure 56 Dr. Orders Database: General Tab

Date

Sport

Doctor

AT

Date of Dr. Orders.

The athlete’s sport when the referral was written. When adding a new referral record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

Doctor who wrote the orders.

Trainer working with the athlete.

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Injury

The displayed Injury fields linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Dr. Orders Record.

Dr. Orders Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Dr. Orders Record.

Dr. Orders Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Dr. Orders are the same notes you see in the attached Injury Record.

This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report.

Dr. Orders Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Dr. Orders Database: Actions

Dr. Orders Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Dr. Orders Database:

1. Click the Dr. Orders Database button to access the Dr. Orders Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Dr. Orders Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 57 Dr. Orders Database: Injury Selection

• If you are adding a Dr. Orders for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the

Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a Dr. Orders for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Dr. Orders.

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• If you are adding a Dr. Orders without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Dr. Orders, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Dr. Orders information.

6. Click the Save button to save the Dr. Orders.

Dr. Orders Database: Update a Record

To update a Dr. Orders Record:

1. Click Dr. Orders Database button to access the Dr. Orders Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Dr. Orders Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Dr. Orders Record from the Dr. Orders Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Dr. Orders Record.

5. Update the Dr. Orders Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Dr. Orders Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Dr. Orders Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Dr. Orders Record:

1. Click Dr. Orders Database button to access the Dr. Orders Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Dr. Orders Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Dr. Orders Record from the Dr. Orders Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Dr. Orders Database: Print a Record

1. Click Dr. Orders Database icon to access the Dr. Orders Database.

2. Select the Dr. Orders Record from the Dr. Orders Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Dr. Orders Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Dr. Orders Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

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Surgery Database

The Surgery Database is used to record an athlete’s surgeries. Use this database if you want to track surgeries and calculate the number of surgeries performed on your athletes. Surgery

Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database.

Surgery Database: Listing Screen

Figure 58 Surgery Database: Listing Screen

The Surgery Listing Screen shows all of the Surgery Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group . The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Surgery for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Surgery for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Surgery Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID Surgery Date, Surgical

Procedure, Injury, Sport Group, Active, Closed, and Hidden. If you click on a column heading

SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Surgery Database: Input Screen

The Database Input Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit. You can record up to 5 Surgeries per Surgery Record.

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Figure 59 Surgery Database: General Tab

Surgery

Field

Date

Sport

Description

Surgery date.

The athlete’s sport for which the surgery was performed. When adding a new

Surgery record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

Doctor performing the surgery.

Hospital where the surgery was performed.

Doctor

Provider

Injury

The displayed Injury fields are linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Surgery Record.

Surgical Items

Item Code

Modifier

CPT Code

Procedure

CPT code Modifier.

CPT code for the Surgery.

Surgical Procedure.

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Item

Unit Time

Units Cost

Units

Total Cost

Comment

Code

The base unit of time for the Surgical Procedure.

The cost of each unit

The number of unit times of the Surgery.

Unit Cost times Unit Time.

Additional comments on the surgery.

Surgery Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Surgery Record.

Surgery Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Surgery Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record. This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report.

Surgery Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Surgery Database: Actions

Surgery Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Surgery Database:

1. Click the Surgery Database button to access the Surgery Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Surgery Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

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Figure 60 Surgery Database: Injury Selection

• If you are adding a Surgery for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the

Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a Surgery for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Surgery.

• If you are adding a Surgery without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Surgery, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Surgery information.

6. Click the Save button to save the Surgery.

Surgery Database: Update a Record

To update a Surgery Record:

1. Click Surgery Database button to access the Surgery Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Surgery Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Surgery Record from the Surgery Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Surgery Record.

5. Update the Surgery Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Surgery Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Surgery Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Surgery Record:

1. Click Surgery Database button to access the Surgery Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Surgery Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Surgery Record from the Surgery Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

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5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Surgery Database: Print a Record

1. Click Surgery Database icon to access the Surgery Database.

2. Select the Surgery Record from the Surgery Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Surgery Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Surgery Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Sign-Out Database

The Sign-Out Database is used to record medical equipment you provide athletes such as crutches, braces, and ice packs that you want to be returned. Use the Report, Sign-Out,

Outstanding command to create a report that shows all of the equipment that was not returned, who has it, why it was provided and the replacement cost. Sign-Out Records are linked to a record in the Injury Database. Sign-Out Database Listing Screen

Sign-Out Database: Listing Screen

Figure 61 Sign-Out Database: Listing Screen

The Sign-Out Listing Screen shows all of the Sign-Out Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

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Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings.

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Sign-Out for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Sign-Out for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Sign-Out Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Item, SignOut Date,

SignIn Date, Active, Closed, and Hidden. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Sign-Out Database: Input Screen

The Sign-Out Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit. Typically you would create a new Sign-Out record each time the athlete is provided new equipment you would like returned.

Sign-Out Database: General Tab

Figure 62 Sign-Out Database: General Tab

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Sign-Out

Field

Item

Description

The item signed-out to the athlete.

Cost

Signed Out

Date

The item cost.

Date the item was signed-out to the athlete.

Signed-Out by

Athletic trainer signing-out the equipment to the athlete.

Signed-In Date Date the item was signed-in (returned) by the athlete.

Signed-In By

Athletic trainer signing-in the equipment to the athlete.

Sport

Billed

Bill Date

The athlete’s sport for which the sign-out of equipment relates to.

The amount billed for the item and the date of the bill.

Date item is billed for.

Amount Paid

The amount paid for the item and the date the payment was made.

Paid Date

Date item is paid for

Balance Due

Balance not paid to date.

Injury

The displayed Injury fields linked to the injury record. If you need to make changes to the injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Sign-Out Record.

Sign-Out Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Sign-Out Record.

Sign-Out Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Sign-Out Record are the same notes you see in the attached Injury

Record. This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report.

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Sign-Out Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Sign-Out Database: Actions

Sign-Out Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Sign-Out Database:

1. Click the Sign-Out Database button to access the Sign-Out Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Sign-Out Record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the Athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 63 Sign-Out Database: Select Injury

• If you are adding a Sign-Out for an existing injury (e.g. Head 9/23/2010), select the

Injury and click the OK button.

• If you are adding a Sign-Out for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury Database, and then add the new Sign-Out.

• If you are adding a Sign-Out without a specific injury and it is on the Existing Injury

List, select the item or enter the body area and body part and click the OK button. If you used the “No Specific Injury” area to add the Sign-Out, a Hidden Injury would be created and there would then be two injuries in SWOL, while there was really only one injury in the real world. This can alter the accuracy of your reports.

5. Enter the Sign-Out information.

6. Click the Save button to save the Sign-Out record.

Sign-Out Database: Update a Record

To update a Sign-Out Record:

1. Click Sign-Out Database button to access the Sign-Out Database.

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2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Sign-Out Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Sign-Out Record from the Sign-Out Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Sign-Out Record.

5. Update the Sign-Out Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Sign-Out Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Sign-Out Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Sign-Out Record:

1. Click Sign-Out Database button to access the Sign-Out Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Sign-Out Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Sign-Out Record from the Sign-Out Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Print a Sign-Out Record

1. Click Sign-Out Database icon to access the Sign-Out Database.

2. Select the Sign-Out Record from the Sign-Out Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Sign-Out Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Sign-Out Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Physical Database

The Physical Database is used to record an athlete’s physicals. Physical Records are linked to the athlete’s record in the Athlete Database.

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Physical Database: Listing Screen

Figure 64 Physical Database: Listing Screen

The Physical Listing Screen shows all of the Physical Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group and. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters is one Checkbox which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the

Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View Menu settings

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Physical for both Active and In-Active Athletes

The Physical Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, Physical Date, Sport,

Weight, Height, BP Diastol, Pulse and Active. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Physical Database: Input Screen

The Physical Screen has the following tabs: Physical, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

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Figure 65 Physical Database: General Tab

General

Field

Date

Sport

Description

Date the physical was performed.

The athlete’s sport for which the physical was performed. When adding a new physical record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

Height

Weight

Body Fat

Athlete’s Height.

Athlete’s Weight.

Athlete’s Body Fat.

Evaluator

Doctor

Person performing the physical.

Doctor performing the physical.

Blood Pressure Athlete’s Blood Pressure (Systolic/Diastolic).

Resting Pulse

Athletes’ Resting Pulse.

Eyewear

Athlete’s eyewear, e.g. contacts, glasses.

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Vision

Description

Athlete’s vision. Note: The value is assumed to be over 20.

Physical

Field

Item

Normal /

Abnormal

Comment

Description

The physical test.

The result of the test was normal or abnormal.

Comments on the test.

Physical Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Physical Record.

Physical Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Physical Record are associated with the Physical Record.

Physical Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Physical Database: Actions

Physical Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Physical Database:

1. Click the Physical Database button to access the Physical Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Physical Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Physical Record.

4. Enter the Physical information.

5. Click the Save button to save the Physical.

Physical Database: Update a Record

To update a Physical Record:

1. Click Physical Database button to access the Physical Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Physical Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

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3. Select the desired Physical Record from the Physical Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Physical Record.

5. Update the Physical Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Physical Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Physical Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Physical Record:

1. Click Physical Database button to access the Physical Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Physical Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Physical Record from the Physical Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Physical Database: Print a Record

1. Click Physical Database icon to access the Physical Database.

2. Select the Physical Record from the Physical Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Physical Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Physical Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When that someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

History Database

The History Database is used to record an athlete’s medical history. History Records are linked to the athlete’s record in the Athlete Database.

History Database: Listing Screen

The History Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, History Date, Sport,

Group and Active.

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Figure 66 History Database: Listing Screen

The History Listing Screen shows all of the History Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters is a checkbox to show History for both Active and In-Active Athletes. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View Menu settings

The History Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, History Date, Sport,

Group, and Active. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

History Database: Input Screen

The History Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit

History Database: General Tab

Figure 67 History Database: General Tab

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Field

Date

Evaluator

Sport

Description

Date the History was taken.

Person taking the History.

The athlete’s sport for which the history was taken. When adding a new

History record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

History

Field

Item

Yes/No

Comment

Description

The history item.

Item is present or not present.

Comments on the item.

History Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a History Record.

History Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the History Record are associated with the History Record.

History Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

History Database: Actions

History Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the History Database:

1. Click the History Database button to access the History Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the History Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new History Record.

4. Enter the History information.

5. Click the Save button to save the history record.

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History Database: Update a Record

To update a History Record:

1. Click History Database button to access the History Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the History Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired History Record from the History Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the History Record.

5. Update the History Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the History Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

History Database: Delete a Record

To delete a History Record:

1. Click History Database button to access the History Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the History Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired History Record from the History Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

History Database: Print a Record

1. Click History Database icon to access the History Database.

2. Select the History Record from the History Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

History Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an History Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When that someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Weight Database

The Weight Database is used to record athlete weights.

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Weight Database: Listing Screen

Figure 68 Weight Database: Listing Screen

The Weight Listing Screen shows all of the Weight Records in database. Across the top of the

Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters is a checkbox to show Weight for both Active and In-Active Athletes. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View Menu settings.

The Weight Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, Sport, ID, Weight Date,

Target, In, %, %, %, % Loss, and Active. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Weight Database: Record Screen

The Weight Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

Weight Database: General Tab

The Weight database is slightly different than other SWOL databases. In general most athletes will have one Master Weight record listing their Sport and their Target Weight. Attached to the

Master Weight Record will be multiple Weigh-In and Weigh-Out records.

Figure 69 Weight Database: General Tab

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General

Field

Date

Sport

Evaluator

Target

Description

Date the Weight Record was updated.

The Athlete’s Sport

Person entering the Weight record.

The Athlete’s target weight.

Physical

The Athlete’s weight when a Physical was done.

Weight Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Weight Record.

Weight Database: Notes Tab

The Notes to attach to the Weight Record.

Weight Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Weight Database: Actions

Weight Database: Add a New Record to the Weight Database

To add a new record to the Weight Database:

1. Click the Weight Database button to access the Weight Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Weight Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Weight Record.

4. Enter the Weight information.

5. Click the Save button to save the new Weight Record.

Weight Database: Update a Record

To update a Weight Record:

1. Click Weight Database button to access the Weight Database.

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2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Weight Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Weight Record from the Weight Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Weight Record.

5. Update the Weight Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Weight Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Weight Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Weight Record:

1. Click Weight Database button to access the Weight Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Athlete Filter the top left corner of the Weight Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the desired Weight Record from the Weight Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Weight Database: Print a Record

1. Click Weight Database icon to access the Weight Database.

2. Select the Weight Record from the Weight Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Weight Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Weight Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section

Inventory Database

The Inventory Database is used to record supplies used by the training room.

Inventory Database: Listing Screen

The Inventory Listing Screen includes the following columns: Item, Units, School, Vendor1, On

Hand Quantity, Order Quantity, Bid Quantity.

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Figure 70 Inventory Database: Listing Screen

Inventory Database: Input Screen

The Input Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Audit, and Notes.

Inventory Database: General Tab

Item

Field

Item

Units

Cost

Description

Figure 71 Inventory Database: General Tab

The equipment item.

The units of measure (single, case, gallon).

The unit cost.

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Group

Planning

Item

Bid, Date

Order, Date

The group, used by trainers who track inventory for separate groups.

Description

The quantity and expected delivery date for vendors to bid on. Use the

Report, Inventory, Bid List command to print a bid list for the vendors.

The order quantity and expected delivery date for purchase orders. Use the

Report, Inventory, Order command to print orders for the vendors.

Vendor

Item Description

Preferred

(Vendor 1/2/3)

Click radio button for the preferred vendor for the item. The Inventory Order report prints the items based on the preferred vendor.

Vendor 1/2/3 Select vendor from the pull-down to match up with Vendor 1, 2 or 3.

Product Code

The vendor’s internal product number.

Usage

Item

Count, Date

Description

The quantity and date the inventory was counted.

Receipt, Date The quantity received and date the order was received.

On Hand

The quantity on-hand. This is updated automatically when changes to the

Count or Receipt are entered; however you can modify the On Hand directly.

From, To,

Used, Cost

The quantity used and cost based on the current price. This is updated automatically when the count is updated.

Inventory Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to an Inventory Record.

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Inventory Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Inventory Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Inventory Record.

Inventory Database: Actions

Inventory Database: Count an Item

1. Enter the new count and the date the Item was counted.

2. Click the Save button to save your changes.

3. SWOL adds a new row to the Usage Table. The usage is the previous Quantity on Hand minus the new Count. SWOL then sets the Quantity On Hand to the new count.

Inventory Database: Enter a Bid

1. Enter the amount you want your Vendors to bid on and the date.

Inventory Database: Order Items

1. Enter the amount ordered and the date.

Inventory Database: Receive Orders

1. Enter the amount received and the date.

2. Click the Enter button to save your changes.

3. SWOL adds received amount to the Quantity On Hand.

Inventory Database: Actions

Inventory Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Inventory Database:

1. Click the Inventory Database button to access the Inventory Database.

2. Click the Add button to add a new Inventory Record.

3. Enter the Inventory information.

4. Click the Save button to save the new injury.

Inventory Database: Update a Record

To update an Inventory Record:

1. Click Inventory Database button to access the Inventory Database.

2. If the Current Inventory Items is not correct, use the Select an Item Filter the top left corner of the Inventory Listing Screen to Find an Item.

3. Select the desired Inventory Record from the Inventory Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Inventory Record.

5. Update the Inventory Record with the new information.

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6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Inventory Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Inventory Database: Delete a Record

To delete an Inventory Record:

1. Click Inventory Database button to access the Inventory Database.

2. If the Current Athlete is not correct, use the Select an Item Filter the top left corner of the Inventory Listing Screen to Find an Item.

3. Select the desired Inventory Record from the Inventory Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Inventory Database: Print a Record

1. Click Inventory Database icon to access the Inventory Database.

2. Select the Inventory Record from the Inventory Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Inventory Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Inventory Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section

Equipment Database

The Equipment Database is used to track the capital equipment, serial numbers, values, warranties and inspection dates.

Equipment Database: Listing Screen

The Equipment Database Listing Screen includes the following columns: Item, Company, Model

Number, Inspected, and Next Inspection. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

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Figure 72 Equipment Database: Listing Screen

Equipment Database: Input Screen

The Equipment Listing Screen shows all of the Equipment Records in database.

Equipment Database: General Tab

Item

Field

Item

Company

Model

Serial

Cost

Field

Description

Figure 73 Equipment Database: General Tab

The equipment item.

Manufacturer.

Model Number

Serial number.

Description

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Original

Cost of the original piece of equipment

Replacement

Cost of the Replacement item.

Service Dates

Item

Description

Put in Service Date equipment was put into service.

Repaired Date equipment was last repaired.

Cleaned

Inspected

Next

Inspection

Service

Company

Date equipment was last cleaned.

Date equipment was last inspected.

Date next inspection is due.

Company providing service on the equipment.

Equipment Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to an Equipment Record.

Equipment Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Equipment Record stored in the Equipment Record. ???????

Equipment Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Equipment Database: Actions

Equipment Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Equipment Database:

1. Click the Equipment Database button to access the Equipment Database.

2. Click the Add button to add a new Equipment Record.

3. Enter the Equipment information.

4. Click the Save button to save the new Equipment Record.

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Equipment Database: Update a Record

To update an Equipment Record:

1. Click Equipment Database button to access the Equipment Database.

2. If the Current Equipment is not correct, use the Select Equipment Filter the top left corner of the Equipment Listing Screen to Find Equipment.

3. Select the desired Equipment Record from the Equipment Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Equipment Record.

5. Update the Equipment Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Equipment Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Equipment Database: Delete a Record

To delete an Equipment Record:

1. Click Equipment Database button to access the Equipment Database.

2. If the Current Equipment is not correct, use the Select Equipment Filter the top left corner of the Equipment Listing Screen to Find Equipment.

3. Select the desired Equipment Record from the Equipment Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Equipment Database: Print a Record

1. Click Equipment Database icon to access the Equipment Database.

2. Select the Equipment Record from the Equipment Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Equipment Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Equipment Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section.

Concussion Database

The optional Concussion Database is used to track baseline Standardized Assessment of

Concussion (SAC) exams and subsequent follow-up exams. A printed report shows deviations from Baseline to follow-up testing.

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Concussion Database: Listing Screen

The Concussion Database Listing Screen includes the following headings: Full Name, Injury, SAC,

Reference, Exam, Orientation, Immediate Recall, Concentration, Delayed Recall, Total, Active,

Closed and Hidden.

Figure 74 Concussion Database: Listing Screen

The Concussion Listing Screen shows all of the Concussion Records in database. Across the top of the Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing Screen. The Filter choices are Last Name, Sport, and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters are three Checkboxes which adjust how records are displayed or highlighted in the Listing Screen. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled. No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your View

Menu settings

• In-Active Athletes - Shows Concussion for both Active and In-Active Athletes

• Closed Injuries - Shows Concussion for both open and closed injuries

• Dim Records – Shows records attached to Closed and Hidden Injuries in a lighter font so it is easier to see records for Open Injuries.

The Concussion Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, Injury, SAC (date),

Ref, Examine, Orientation, Immediate Recall, Concentration, Delay, Total (SAC Score), Active,

Closed, and Hidden. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

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Status

Item

Date

Time

Sport

Examiner

Exam

Reference

Figure 75 Concussion Database: General Tab

Description

Date of the test

Time of the test

The athlete’s sport for which the test was performed. When adding a new concussion record, SWOL initializes the Sport field to the athlete’s current sport.

Person performing the test

Type of Exam (Baseline, Post-injury, follow-up, etc…)

Exam reference. SWOL allows you to create your own word choice, number string values for testing. To add or edit SAC questions, go to Lists, SAC

Questions.

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Injury

The displayed Injury fields are linked to the Injury record. If you need to make changes to the

Injury information, it must be edited in the Injury record. The changes will automatically be displayed in the Concussion record.

Introduction

These are the instructions typically given to the athlete by the examiner.

Status

Item Description

Orientation

Immediate

Recall

Total score for Orientation. Not calculated until after exam has been entered.

When entering new records, these fields will be blank.

Total score for Immediate Recall.

Concentration

Total score for Concentration.

Delayed Recall Total score for Delayed Recall.

Total Score

Combined total score for above sections.

Concussion Database: Post-Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS) Tab

Allows you to record subjective measures for seventeen symptoms based on a 0-6 scale. Clicking the Initialize box will default all answers to “0”.

Figure 76 Concussion Database: Post-Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS) Tab

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Concussion Database: Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) Tab

Allows you to record scoring for the Balance Error Scoring System. Clicking the Initialize box will default answers to “0”.

Figure 77 Concussion Database: Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) Tab

Concussion Database: Orientation Tab

Allows you to record Orientation information based on the month, date, day of the week, year, and time. These are Pass/Fail records.

Figure 78 Concussion Database: Orientation Tab

Concussion Database: Memory Tab

Allows you to record immediate memory recall information. A set of five words is displayed on the left hand side. Trial 1, Trial 2, and Trial 3 record the responses given by the athlete. These are Pass/Fail records. Clicking the Initialize box will default answers to “Pass”. The cumulative score for each trial is recorded below each trial, and a Total Cumulative score is recorded based on the three trials.

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Figure 79 Concussion Database: Memory Tab

Concussion Database: Exertion Tab

Allows you to record whether an exertion test was performed. This section is not calculated in the scoring.

Figure 80 Concussion Database: Exertion Tab

Concussion Database: Neurologic Tab

Allows you to record a basic neurological screening. Answers are either Yes/No or

Normal/Abnormal. Clicking the Initialize box will default records to “No” and “Normal”.

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Figure 81 Concussion Database: Neurologic Tab

Concussion Database: Concentration Tab

Allows you to record the athlete’s ability to concentrate. Two sets of number strings (3, 4, 5, 6 long) are listed. The athlete is read the first string of numbers and asked to repeat backwards. If the athlete answers correctly, go on to the next string. If answered incorrectly, read trial 2 in the same string. If the athlete answers incorrectly on both trials, the test should be stopped. These are Pass/Fail records.

The athlete should be asked to state the months of the year in reverse order. This is a Pass/Fail record. Clicking the Initialize box will default answers to “Pass”.

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Figure 82 Concussion Database: Concentration Tab

Concussion Database: Recall Tab

Allows you record delayed recall. Word choice is the same as for the Memory tab. Clicking the

Initialize box defaults answers to “Pass”.

Figure 83 Concussion Database: Recall Tab

Concussion Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Concussion record

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Concussion Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Concussion record are the same you see in the attached Injury record.

This keeps all of your notes for a particular injury in one place. If you need to print your notes for an injury you would print an Injury Report.

Concussion Database: Audit Tab

The Audit Tab records each time a record is edited. The Audit Listing Screen shows who accessed the record (determined by the user log-in), the date and time, and what information was edited.

Concussion Database: Actions

Concussion Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Concussion Database:

1. Click the Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. If the current athlete is not correct, use the Find command at the top left corner of the

Injury Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Click the Add button to add a new Concussion record.

4. SWOL will display the Injury Selection screen which is a list of the athlete’s current injuries.

Figure 84 Concussion Database: Select Injury

• If you are adding a Baseline Exam, select the checkbox Baseline Concussion Test, No

Injury. This will create a Hidden Injury in the Athlete record. Click OK.

• If you are adding a concussion exam for an existing injury, select the injury and click

OK.

• If you are adding a concussion exam for a specific injury, but it does not appear on the list, you should click the Cancel button, add the new injury to the Injury

Database, and then add the concussion exam.

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• If you are adding a concussion exam without a specific injury and it is on the Existing

Injury List, select the item and click OK. These are referred to as Hidden Injuries in

SWOL and are not typically displayed in the Injury Listing Screen.

5. Select the SAC Question reference from the list.

Figure 85 Concussion Database: Select SAC Questions

6. Enter the Concussion Record information.

7. Click OK to save the new Concussion record.

Concussion Database: Update a Record

To update a Concussion Record:

1. Click Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. If the Current Concussion is not correct, use the Select Concussion Filter the top left corner of the Concussion Listing Screen to Find Concussion.

3. Select the desired Concussion Record from the Concussion Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Concussion Record.

5. Update the Concussion Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the change to the Concussion Record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Concussion Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Concussion Record:

1. Click Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. If the Current Concussion is not correct, use the Select Concussion Filter the top left corner of the Concussion Listing Screen to Find Concussion.

3. Select the desired Concussion Record from the Concussion Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the Cancel button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database

Concussion Database: Print a Report

SWOL allows you to print a summary report with scores from the Baseline test and subsequent follow-up Concussion tests.

1. Click the Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. If the current athlete is not correct, use the Find command at the top left corner of the

Concussion Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

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3. Select the Concussion Exam you want to print from the listing screen.

4. Go to Report, Concussion, Summary.

5. SWOL will preview a Concussion Summary report with the Baseline test and subsequent follow-up concussion testing.

Concussion Database: Print an Individual Record

SWOL allows you to print a record of a completed concussion record.

1. Click the Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. Highlight the Concussion record you wish to print the record for.

3. Click the Print button, the Concussion Report will pop up in a PDF in a separate window for you to preview.

Figure 86 Concussion Database: Individual Report

Concussion Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Concussion Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason.

When someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section

Phone Database

The Phone Database is the athletic trainer’s master phone book. It should include all of the contacts an athletic trainer in your department might need to reach school officials, team physicians, insurance companies, providers, manufacturers, etc. Information entered for

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Doctors, Insurance Companies, and Providers will be available through the Lookup buttons throughout SWOL. When adding a contact, we suggest selecting the appropriate Record Type.

Phone Database: Listing Screen

Figure 87 Phone Database: Listing Screen

The Phone Listing Screen shows all of the Phone Records in database.

The Phone Listing Screen includes the following columns: Last Name, First Name, Company,

Record Type, Insurance Type, Phone, Fax and Email.. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order.

Phone Database: Input Screen

The Phone Screen has the following tabs: General, Attachments, Notes, and Audit.

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Field

Record Type

Pull-Down

Last Name

First Name

Company

Address

Address

Zip

Figure 88 Phone Database: General Tab

Description

Type of contact. Contacts entered as Insurance Companies, Suppliers,

Doctors, or Providers will be available through the Lookup button throughout

SWOL.

Contact’s last name.

Contact’s first name.

Company name.

First line of address.

Second line of address.

Zip Code.

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Field

City

State

Country

NPI

Plan

Description

City.

State.

Country.

NPI number of the doctor/provider.

Plan type

Insurance Type Type of Insurance (HMO, PPO, etc…)

Phone

Wired phone number. SWOL does not insert any formatting to allow for international numbers.

Fax

Cell

SSN/EIN

Signature on

File

Beeper

E-Mail

FAX number.

Cell phone number.

The provider’s Tax ID is a Social Security Number or an Employer ID Number.

The provider’s signature is on file at your institution.

Website

TaxID

Policy

Beeper number.

Contact’s e-mail address. Note: SWOL displays the e-mail address as a

hyperlink. When you double-click an e-mail address, SWOL automatically

creates an e-mail to that address.

Contact’s website address. Note: SWOL displays the website address as a

hyperlink. When you double-click a web address SWOL automatically starts

your web browser at the address.

Tax ID number

Policy

Phone Database: Attachments Tab

Allows you to attach any type of file to a Phone Record.

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Phone Database: Notes Tab

The Notes you see in the Phone Record stored in the Phone Record.

Phone Database: Actions

Phone Database: Add a New Record

To add a new record to the Phone Database:

1. Click the Phone Database button to access the Phone Database.

2. Click the Add button to add a new Contact Record.

3. Enter the Contact information.

4. Click the Save button to save the new Contact.

Phone Database: Update a Record

To update a Contact Record:

1. Click Phone Database button to access the Phone Database.

2. If the Current Contact is not correct, use the Select a Contact Filter the top left corner of the Phone Listing Screen to Find a Contact.

3. Select the desired Contact Record from the Phone Listing Screen.

4. Single-click the Update button. SWOL will open the Record.

5. Update the Record with the new information.

6. Click the Save button to save the changes to the record, or click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.

Phone Database: Delete a Record

To delete a Phone Record:

1. Click Phone Database button to access the Phone Database.

2. If the Current Contact is not correct, use the Select a Contact Filter the top left corner of the Phone Listing Screen to Find a Contact.

3. Select the desired Phone Record from the Phone Listing Screen.

4. Click the Delete button. SWOL will ask you to confirm the deletion.

5. Click the Yes button to delete the record, or the No button to cancel the deletion and leave the record in the database.

Phone Database: Print a Record

1. Click Phone Database icon to access the Phone Database.

2. Select the Contact Record from the Phone Listing Screen.

3. Click the Print button.

Phone Database: Assign a Task

SWOL includes the ability to send a request to another User to view a record. We call this Task.

For example if you wanted an associate to review an Phone Record you would mark the record with a Task, assign it to someone to review, include a subject, due date, and reason. When

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someone logs on to SWOL they would see the Task on their Dashboard and could jump to the record by clicking on the link. This procedure is described in detail in the Athlete Database

Section

Status Database

Status Database: Listing Screen

The Status Database is used to quickly update the Athletes Game and Practice Status. It is a combination of a Listing Screen with the Input Screen for the highlight record available for editing.

Figure 89 Status Database: Listing Screen

The Status Listing Screen shows all of the Status of all the Athletes in the Athlete database.

Across the top of the Listing Screen are Filters to narrow the records displayed on the Listing

Screen. The Filter choices are Full Name, Sport, and Group. The Show All button clears all of the filters.

Below the Filters is a checkbox to show Status for both Active and In-Active Status Athletes and a checkbox to Dim Records. A checkmark in front of the option indicates the option is enabled.

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No checkmark indicates the option is disabled. SWOL automatically saves and restores your

View Menu settings

The Status Listing Screen includes the following columns: Full Name, ID, Active, Practice Status,

Game Status and Release Date. If you click on a column heading SWOL will sort records based on that column. Click a second time on the same column heading to reverse the sort order

Status Database: Input Screen

Status Database: Athlete Status

Figure 90 Status Database: Athlete Status

For the Athlete selected in the Status Listing Screen their current Status Fields are displayed and available to edit.

Field Description

Status Record

Release

Expiration

Date

Active

Checkbox

Records the date at which the Athlete’s Information Release form expires.

Note: Use the Report, Athlete, Record Release Expire report to print a report

of Athlete releases which expire during a time.

Indicates Active athletes. Athletes currently in sports programs are set to

Active. Athletes are typically set to In-Active when they graduate or leave the sports program. Setting athletes to In-Active, rather than deleting them allows you to re-call their data if questions arise at a later time.

• SportsWare typically only displays and reports on records for Active athletes. Use the View In-Active Athletes checkbox command

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Field Description

located at the top of the Athlete Listing Screen to view the records for

In-Active athletes.

• SportsWare allows you to display In-Active Athlete records in a grayed font. Use the View, Dim Records checkbox located at the top of the

Athlete Listing Screen to dim the records for In-Active athletes

Cleared to Play

Checkbox

Records if athlete is cleared to play. For example, all documentation is in and grade requirements have been met.

Practice

Expected

Return

Game

Expected

Return

Notes

SportsWare uses this field to decide which athletes should be included on the

Coach’s Report and Status-Practice Report. (From the Injury Database select

Report, Coach.)

If an athlete cannot practice, record the expected date of return here. It will appear on the Coach’s Report

SportsWare uses this field to decide which athletes should be included on the

Coach’s Report and Status-Game report.

If an athlete cannot compete, record the expected date of return here. It will appear on the Coach’s Report

Notes in this field appear in the Coach’s Report. Each time you edit a record for an athlete SWOL will ask if you want to edit the Practice and Game Status and the Notes.

Status Database: Injury Status

For the Athlete Selected in the Status Listing screen all of their Open injuries appear in the Injury

Status Window.

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Figure 91 Status Database: Injury Status

From this Window you can record the date the Athlete returned to play and the date the injury was closed.

1. Highlight the Injury in the Injury Status Listing Screen

2. Click on the field you want to edit to open the Pop-Up Calendar

3. Insert the desired date(s).

SWOL will automatically calculate the Days Out and Days Open.

Scheduling

SWOL includes the ability to schedule appointments between athletic trainer, other SWOL

Users, and games and practices. When an Athletic Trainer logs onto SWOL their Schedule appears on the left side of the Dashboard.

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Figure 92 Dashboard Calendar

For the highlighted date SWOL shows all of the scheduled Appointments, Games/Events and

Tasks.

Scheduling: Set-Up

The scheduler includes the ability for athletic trainers to schedule their appointments with athletes and for athletes to request appointments with athletic trainers. To make it possible for athletes to know when the athletic trainer is available the athletic trainer has to list their available hours.

Scheduling: Calendar Timelines

From the Dashboard select Calendar. The Calendar timeline options appear in the upper right corner and are Day, Week, and Month. Weekly view is the default option.

Day View

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Scheduling: Set up Available Appointment Times

To set up the schedule each Athletic Trainer must indicate the available appointment times. The default setting is no available appointment time.

1. From the Dashboard select Calendar. SWOL will open a Weekly view with all times grayed out indicating unavailable.

2. Position the cursor over a starting time, hold down the left mouse button and drag the cursor over the block of time to be set as available. Then release the left mouse button.

3. With the cursor over the highlighted area press the right mouse button to open the

Calendar Menu. Select “Mark as Available.”

Figure 93 Scheduling: Set up Available Appointment Times

1. SWOL will ask you to define the parameters for the Available Time

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Field Description

Figure 94 Scheduling: Set up Available Times

Add

Cancel

Open Time

Start

Saves the Parameters and adds the available time to the calendar

Cancels the available time

Day and time the available time begins

Open Time End Day and time the available time ends

Number of

Athletes

Limits the number of athletes that can schedule for the same time. If you only see one athlete at a time set it to one. If you can see up to two set it to two and so on.

Auto Confirm

If an appointment is requested in a time greater than this value the appointment is automatically scheduled. If an appointment requested in a time less than this value then the appoint will require confirmation from the

Athletic Trainer.

Available time is colored white on the Daily and Weekly calendars.

Scheduling: Schedule a Game/Event

Games and Practices can be recorded on the calendar by Users with Administrative Rights. For each such event Athletic Trainers can be assigned. The events will appear on the assigned

Athletic Trainer’s calendar.

2. From the Dashboard select Calendar.

3. Go to the date of the Game or Practice

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4. Position the cursor over a starting time, hold down the left mouse button and drag the cursor over the block of time to be set as available. Then release the left mouse button.

5. With the cursor over the highlighted area press the right mouse button to open the

Calendar Menu. Select “Add Game/Event.”

6. SWOL will then ask you to define the parameters for the Game/Event.

Field

Add

Cancel

Subject

Date

Start Time

End Time

Figure 95 Scheduling: Schedule a Game/Event

Description

Saves the Game or Event to the calendar

Cancels the Game/Event

Name of the Game/Event

Date of Game or Event

Start Time

End Time

View Available

ATs

Displays the available Athletic Trainers

With

Assign Athletic Trainers. Hold down the Control Key to select more than one

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Description

Sport

Athletic Trainer

Additional details.

If sport related attach to a Sport

Scheduling: Schedule an Appointment with An Athlete or Another SWOL

User

To schedule an appointment with an Athlete

1. From the Dashboard select Calendar.

2. Go to the date and time for the desired appointment

3. Position the cursor over a starting time, hold down the left mouse button and drag the cursor over the block of time to be set as available. Then release the left mouse button.

4. With the cursor over the highlighted area press the right mouse button to open the

Calendar Menu. Select “Add Appointment.”

5. SWOL will then ask you to define the parameters for the Appointment.

Field

Add

Cancel

Subject

Start Time

Figure 96 Scheduling: Schedule an Appointment

Description

Saves the Appointment to the calendar

Cancels the Appointment

Reason for Appointment

Date and Start Time of the appointment. Pop-Up Calendar and Clock is

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End Time

Athlete

Date and End Time of the appointment. Pop-Up Calendar and Clock is available

If appointment is with an Athlete select the Athlete.

Athletic Trainer If appointment is with another SWOL User select them here

Description

Additional details.

This is the same procedure for an Athlete to schedule an appointment with an Athletic Trainer.

The Athlete logs onto SWOL and from the dashboard follows the steps listed above.

Scheduling: Confirm, Edit or Delete an Appointment

To confirm, edit or delete an existing Appointments and Game.

1. From the Dashboard select Calendar.

2. Go to the desired appointment, game, or event

3. Position the cursor over the appointment, game, or event press the right mouse button to open the Edit menu

Field

Confirm

Edit

Delete

Figure 97 Scheduling: Confirm, Edit or Delete an Appointment

Description

Send confirmation

Open the original Appointment or Game/Event window for editing

Delete the scheduled activity

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Reports Module

SWOL includes over 100 Standard report formats plus the ability to filter and export data to an

Excel or a Text File.

Figure 98 Reports Pull-Down Menu

Reports: Generate Standard Report

The reports Pull-Down menu can be accessed from the Dashboard and any Listing Screen. When you access the Standard Reports from a Listing Screen the SWOL Report Generator will default to that Database (See Select a Database field at top left) and associated Standard Reports. Use the Select a Database Pull-Down List to select Standard Reports from a different database if needed.

Figure 99 Reports: Standard Report Generator with Advance Filters

Reports: Database/Report/In-Active

Figure 100 Reports: Database/Report/In-Active

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Field

Select a

Database

Report

In-Active

Description

Pull-Down List of Databases. Each Database has unique Standard Reports

Pull-Down List of available Reports for the selected Database

Uncheck only Active Athletes that meet the filter criteria will be included in the Report. Checked and Active and In-Active Athletes will be included in the

Report.

Reports: Create Stored Filters

SWOL includes the ability to create and save a custom filter and or a customer report.

Figure 101 Reports: Create Stored Filters

1. Select the Filter Criteria using any combination to the Group, Sports and Database fields.

2. Enter a Name in the Report Name field

3. Click the Save As button.

Reports: Recall Stored Filters

Stored Filter and Reports can be recalled.

1. From the Reports Menu click on the down arrow to the left of the Load button.

2. Select the desired report from the pull-down list

3. Click the Load button.

Reports: Group/Sport

Figure 102 Reports: Group/Sport

SWOL automatically prints individual reports for each Group and Sport combination. In the above example, SWOL will print two reports. The first report will include data for SportsWare

College Men’s Gymnastics team. The second report will include data for SportsWare College

Women’s Gymnastics team.

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If you multi-select more than one Group and/or Sport SWOL will generate separate reports for each Group and each Sport.

Field Usage

Group

Sport

When selecting records for the Statistics (Injury Statistics, Treatment

Statistics, Medication Statistics) reports, SWOL uses the selected database to search for matching groups. For example if you select Report, Treatment,

Statistics, SWOL searches the Treatment database for matching records. In all other cases, SWOL searches the athlete database for matching groups.

When selecting records for the reports, SWOL uses the database associated with the report type to search for matching sports. For example if you select

Report, Injury, Daily Log, SWOL searches the Injury database for matching records. The only exception to this is the Coach’s Report where SWOL searches the Athlete database for matching sports. The reason is that Coach’s reports are generated for the athlete’s current sport, not the sport the athlete was injured playing.

Reports: Date Range

Figure 103 Reports: Date Range

SWOL allows you to set the date range for records to include in a report. For databases with specific event dates, e.g. Injury Date or Treatment Date SWOL uses the event date. For databases without specific event dates, e.g. Athlete or Phone, SWOL uses the date the record was modified.

Database

Athlete

Field

Modified Date

Doctor Orders

Orders Date

Equipment

Injury

Modified Date

Injury Date

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Insurance

Treatment

Medication

Phone

Physical

Referral

Sign-Out

Field

Invoice Date

Treatment Date

Medication Date

Modified Date

Physical Date

Referral Date

Sign-Out Date

Weight

Treatment

Weight Date

Treatment Date

The following options can be used to specify the date range.

Date Range Selection

From Blank

To Blank

Use all records in the database.

From ff/ff/ffff

To Blank

Use all records on or after ff/ff/ffff.

From Blank

To tt/tt/tttt

Use all records on or before tt/tt/tttt.

From ff/ff/ffff

To tt/tt/tttt

Use all records from ff/ff/ffff to tt/tt/tttt.

Note: The Today button sets the From and To values to the current date. The This Week button sets the date range from Sunday to Saturday of the current week.

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Note: The Status Option is only present on the Coach’s report.

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Figure 104 Reports: Status

For the Coach’s Report you can specify the athlete status for the selected records.

Status Description

Game (none selected)

Practice (none selected)

Use all athlete records in the database.

Game (Out)

Practice (none selected)

Game (none selected)

Practice (Limited, Out)

Use all records where the Game Status is Out.

Use all records where the Practice Status is Limited or Out.

Game (Out)

Practice (Limited, Out)

Use all records where the Game Status is Out and the Practice

Status is Limited or Out. (Shown in the above example.)

Note: To multi-select items hold the Ctrl key as you select each item.

Reports: Preview

The following options are available from the Report Preview screen.

Icon Description

Export the report to a Word, Excel or PDF format.

Print the report.

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Show/Hide the directory tree on the left side of the report. This allows you to quickly browser to different records in the report.

Move to First, Previous, Next, or Last page.

Go to a specific page in the report.

Open a sub-report (most reports do not contain sub-reports).

Search for text in the report.

Change the Zoom level.

Reports: Athlete

Reports: Athlete: Roster

The Team Roster displays a list of the Athletes Names, Addresses, and Phone Numbers.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and select Roster from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 105 Reports: Athlete: Roster

Reports: Athlete: Travel Report, Travel 1/Page, (Medical Only), (Medical Only)

1/page

The travel report displays the athlete’s emergency contacts, insurance information and medical information. It is typically printed when a team is going on a road trip.

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Travel Report

Athlete’s emergency contacts, insurance information and medical information. Multiple athlete records may be printed on the same page to save paper.

Travel Report

1/page

Travel Report

(Medical Only)

The 1/page report contains the same information as the Travel Report with only one athlete listed per page. This may be done to comply with HIPAA.

Athlete’s medical information (doctor, medical notes). Multiple athlete records may be printed on the same page to save paper.

Travel Report

(Medical Only)

1/page

The Medical Only 1/page report contains the same information as the Medical

Only Report with only one athlete listed per page. This may be done to comply with HIPAA.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and select Travel Report or Travel 1/Page,

(Medical Only), or (Medical Only) 1/Page from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 106 Reports: Athlete: Travel Report, Travel 1/Page, (Medical Only), (Medical Only) 1/page

Reports: Athlete: Mailing Labels

SWOL prints mailing labels for all Athletes Primary and Secondary Addresses and the Emergency

Contact’s Primary and Secondary Addresses, depending upon which address is chosen. The

SWOL mailing labels are designed for Avery 5160 or equivalent label sheets.

The following label reports are available.

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Primary

Primary

Parents Of

Secondary

Data

Athlete Primary Address

“To the parents of” Athlete Primary Address

Secondary

Parents Of

Emergency

Primary

Athlete Secondary Address

“To the parents of” Athlete Secondary Address

Emergency Contact Primary Address

Emergency

Secondary

Emergency Contact Secondary Address

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and choose Primary, Primary Parents Of,

Secondary, Secondary Parents Of, Emergency Primary, or Emergency Secondary from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 107 Reports: Athlete: Mailing Labels

Reports: Athlete: File Folder Labels

The File Folder report prints the Athlete Name, ID and other relevant info on file folder labels.

This is convenient if you create a paper folder for each athlete. The SWOL File Folder labels are designed for Avery 5066 or equivalent label sheets

Report Data

File Folder

Label

File Label containing the Athlete Name, ID, Sports and Graduating Class sorted by Athlete Name.

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Label (Name,

ID)

File Folder

Label (Grad

Class Sort)

File Label containing the Athlete Name and ID sorted by Athlete Name.

File Label containing the Athlete Name, ID, Sports and Graduating Class sorted by Graduating Class, Athlete Name.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and choose File Folder Labels, File Folder

Label (Name, ID), or File Folder Label (Grad Class Sort) from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 108 Reports: Athlete: File Folder Labels

Reports: Athlete: Alerts

The Alerts Report displays the Athletes and any medical history alerts that have been entered.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and Alerts from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 109 Reports: Athlete: Alerts

Reports: Athlete: Paperwork

The Paperwork Report displays the Athletes and the expiration date of their paperwork.

Report

All Dates

Data

Display the report for all athletes.

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Expired

Display the report for athletes with expired paperwork.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and Paperwork or Paperwork (Expired) from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 110 Reports: Athlete: Paperwork

Reports: Athlete: Immunization

The Immunization report shows the Athlete Immunization Dates.

1. From the Athlete Database, select Reports and Immunizations from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 111 Reports: Athlete: Immunization

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Reports: Injury: Daily Log

The Daily Injury Log displays the Athlete Name and Injury for a given date range. It is typically used at the end of the day to print a list of all the injuries seen by the training room that day.

Report

Daily Log

Description

List the injuries for a given time range.

Daily Log

(Details)

List the injuries and the details for each injury for a given time range.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Daily Log or Daily Log (Details) from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 112 Reports: Injury: Daily Log

Reports: Injury: Coach's Report

The Coach's Report displays the Athletes’ Name and ID, Practice and Game Status, Status Notes, and a list of their open injuries.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Coach from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report. Note:

Selecting the Status will filter what athletes appear on the report. If you only want athletes whose status is Limited or Out to appear on the report, select Limited and Out

from the Status filter.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

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Figure 113 Reports: Injury: Coach's Report

Reports: Injury: Status

Display the practice status of your athletes

Report Description

Practice

Game

List the Athletes’ Practice Status

List the Athletes’ Game Status

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Status (Game) or Status (Practice) from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 114 Reports: Injury: Status Practice

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Figure 115 Reports: Injury: Status Game

Reports: Injury: Days Out

The Days Out report displays the athlete name, ID, injury date, injury, side and the number of days the athlete was out for the injury. SWOL calculates this date based on the Return to Play date. SWOL does not include injuries where the days out is blank or zero.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Days Out from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 116 Reports: Injury: Days Out

Reports: Injury: Days Open

The Days Open report displays the athlete name, ID, injury date, injury, side and the number of days the injury was open. SWOL calculates this date based on the Closed date. SWOL does not include injuries where the days out is blank or zero.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Days Open from the pull-down menu.

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2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 117 Reports: Injury: Days Open

Reports: Injury: Statistics

The Injury Statistics report displays a listing of the Injury type from most to least frequently occurring along with the Count of each and their percent of the total number of injuries. Injuries

1, 2 and 3 the injury records are counted in the report.

Report

Statistics

Grouped

Data

List of the Injury type from most to least frequently occurring along with the

Count of each and their percent of the total number of injuries.

List the Body Part-Injury type combinations, along with the Count of each combination and their percent of the Body Part as well as a percent of the total number of injuries.

Graph

Display a pie chart of the top 10 most frequent Body Part-Injury combinations. The percent of the total for each injury type is displayed in the legend. A table at the bottom of the report displays a listing of the Body Part-

Injury combinations from most to least frequently occurring along with the

Count of each combination and their percent of the total number of injuries.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Injury, Statistics, Statistics (Grouped) or

Statistics Graph from the scroll-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

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Figure 118 Reports: Injury: Statistics

Figure 119 Reports: Injury: Statistics (Grouped)

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Figure 120 Reports: Injury: Statistics (Graph)

Reports: Injury: Treatments per Injury

The Injury and Treatment Rate report displays the count of each injury type, the number of treatments for each injury type and the average number of treatments per injury type.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Treat/Injury from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 121 Reports: Injury: Treatments per Injury

Reports: Injury: Open Injuries

The Open Injuries report displays a list of all open injuries along with the number of days open and the number of treatment sessions for each open injury.

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1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Open Injuries from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 122 Reports: Injury: Open Injuries

Reports: Injury: Referral Report

The Injury Referral Report prints a referral form containing the Injury Information, Athlete

Insurance Information, and a space for the physician to write-in his findings.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Referral Form from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 123 Reports: Injury: Referral Report

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Reports: Injury: Injury Counts

The Injury Counts reports allow you to keep track of total numbers of injuries for a given time period for a given date range

Report Data

Count Per Day

Displays number of injuries per day for a given date range.

Count Per

Week

Count Per

Month

Displays number of injuries per week for a given date range.

Displays number of injuries per month for a given date range.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Count Per Day, Count Per Week, or Count

Per Month from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 124 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Day)

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Figure 125 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Week)

Figure 126 Reports: Injury: Injury Counts (Month)

Reports: Injury: Injury with Treatments

The Injury with Treatments Report allows you to see all injuries and their accompanying treatments in one place.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Injuries with Treatments from the pulldown menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

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Figure 127 Reports: Injury: Injury with Treatments

Reports: Injury: Notes

The Notes report displays the Athlete Name, Basic Injury Information and Notes.

1. From the Injury Database, select Reports and Notes from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 128 Reports: Injury: Notes

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Reports: Treatment

Reports: Treatment: Daily Log

The Treatment Daily Log displays the athlete name, injury, and treatments for a given date range. It is typically used at the end of the day to print a list of all the treatments provided by the training room for a given day.

Report

Daily Log

Data

List the treatments for a given time range.

Daily Log

(Details)

List the treatments and details of the Modality, CPT-Code and Comments for a given time range.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Daily Log from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 129 Reports: Treatment: Daily Log

Note: The Report, Treatment, Daily Log (Details) report includes a detailed listing of the

Modality, CPT-Code, and Comments.

Figure 130 Reports: Treatment: Daily Log (Details)

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Reports: Treatment: Pending

SWOL allows you to mark treatments as Pending. This is typically used to schedule future treatments. The Pending Treatment Report lists the athlete name, injury, and scheduled treatments for a given date range.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Pending from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 131 Reports: Treatment: Pending

Reports: Treatment: Statistics

The Treatment Statistics report displays a listing of the Modalities from most to least frequently used along with the Usage count and Percent of the total number of modalities usages.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Statistics from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 132 Reports: Treatment: Statistics

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Reports: Treatment: Statistics Graph

The Treatment Statistics Graph report displays a pie chart of the top 10 most frequently used modalities. The percent of the total usage for each modality is displayed in the legend.

A table at the bottom of the report displays a listing of the Modality from most to least frequently used along with the Usage count and their percent of the total number of usages for all modalities.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Statistics Graph from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 133 Reports: Treatment: Statistics Graph

Reports: Treatment: Treatments Per Hour

The Treatments Per Hour report displays a bar chart of the number of sessions per hour.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Treatments/Hour from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

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Figure 134 Reports: Treatment: Treatments Per Hour

Reports: Treatment: CPT Billing

The Treatments CPT Billing Report displays the CPT codes, Modality, Usage count, and Total

Amount Billed sorted from highest to lowest billing amount.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and CPT Billing from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 135 Reports: Treatment: CPT Billing

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Reports: Treatment: Modality Log

The Modality Log displays modalities and dates in a spreadsheet-type report for athletes to record their exercise sessions.

1. From the Treatment Database, select Reports and Modality Log from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 136 Reports: Treatment: Modality Log

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Reports: Medication

Reports: Medication: Daily Log

The Medication Daily Log displays the athlete Name, Sport, Injury, and Medication for a given date range. It is typically used at the end of the day to print a list of all the medications provided by the training room for a given day.

Report

Daily Log

Data

List the medications for a given time range.

Daily Log

(Details)

List the Injury and Medication details, including the Count, Medication and

Prescription for a given time range.

1. From the Medication Database, select Reports and Daily Log or Daily Log (Details) from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 137 Reports: Medication: Daily Log

Reports: Medication: Statistics

The Medication Statistics report displays the Medication Usage sorted by frequency of use.

Report

Statistics

Data

List of the Medications most to least frequently prescribed (by count) along with the Count and the Percent of the Total Count.

Statistics

Graph

Display a pie chart of the top 10 most frequently prescribed Medications (by

Count). The percent of the total for each Medication is displayed in the legend. A table at the bottom of the report displays a listing of the Medication from most to least frequently used along with the Count and their percent of

Total.

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1. From the Medication Database, select Reports and Statistics or Statistics Graph from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 138 Reports: Medication: Statistics

Figure 139 Reports: Medication: Statistics (Graph)

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Reports: Insurance

Reports: Insurance: Claims per Athlete

The Insurance Claims per Athlete report lists the athlete, injury, provider, service, invoice, and payments for each insurance claim filed for the athlete.

1. From the Athlete Database, select the Athlete you want to print the report for.

2. Click Reports and Claims Per Athlete from the pull-down menu.

3. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

4. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 140 Reports: Insurance: Claims per Athlete

Reports: Insurance: Claims per Injury

The Insurance Claims per Injury report lists the Athlete, Injury, Provider, Service, Invoice, and

Payments for each insurance claim grouped by Athlete and by Injury.

1. From the Insurance Database, select Reports and Claims/Injury from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 141 Reports: Insurance: Claims per Injury

Reports: Insurance: Outstanding Insurance Claims

The Outstanding Insurance Claims report lists the Athlete, Injury, Provider, Service, Invoice, and

Payments for each insurance claims where the outstanding balance is greater than 0.

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1. From the Insurance Database, select Reports and Outstanding from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 142 Reports: Insurance: Outstanding Insurance Claims

Reports: Insurance: Totals

The Insurance Totals report lists the Provider, Invoice Amount, Outstanding Balance, and

Amounts paid by the Primary Insurance Company, Secondary Insurance Company, School,

Athlete, and Other sources. The total payments for each group are listed at the end of the report.

1. From the Insurance Database, select Reports and Totals from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 143 Reports: Insurance: Totals

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Reports: Referral

Reports: Referral: Pre-Authorization

The Referral Pre-Authorization report prints a pre-authorization form showing the Athlete,

Injury, Request for Treatment and an area for the medical director to approve or deny the request.

1. Click the Referral button to move to the Referral Database.

2. Select the Referral you want to print the report for.

3. Click Reports and Pre-Authorization from the pull-down menu.

4. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 144 Reports: Referral: Pre-Authorization

Reports: Referral: Summary, Summary by Doctor

The Referral Summary report displays the referrals along with totals of the dollar amounts.

Report

Summary

Data

List the referrals along with totals of the dollar amounts.

Summary by

Doctor

List the referrals along with totals of the dollar amounts grouped by Doctor.

1. From the Referral Database, select Reports and Summary or Summary by Doctor from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

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Figure 145 Reports: Referral: Summary

Reports: Referral: Referral Forms Outstanding

The Referral Forms Outstanding report displays a list of referrals where the “Form Returned” checkbox is not checked.

1. From the Referral Database, select Reports and Forms Outstanding from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 146 Reports: Referral: Referral Forms Outstanding

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Reports: Surgery

Reports: Surgery: Statistics

The Surgery Statistics report displays a listing of the Procedures from most to least frequently performed along with the Count and Percent of the total number of procedures.

Report

Statistics

Statistics

Graph

Data

List of the Procedures from most to least frequently performed along with the

Count and Percent of the total number of procedures.

Display a pie chart of the top 10 most frequently performed procedures. The percent of the total for each procedure is displayed in the legend. A table at the bottom of the report displays a listing of the Procedures from most to least frequently performed along with the Count and their percent of the total number of procedures performed.

1. From the Surgery Database, select Reports and Statistics or Statistics Graph from the pulldown menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 147 Reports: Surgery: Statistics

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Figure 148 Reports: Surgery: Statistics (Graph)

Reports: Surgery: CPT Billing

The Surgery CPT Billing Report displays the CPT codes, Procedure, Count, and Total Amount

Billed sorted from highest to lowest billing amount.

1. From the Surgery Database, select Reports and CPT Billing from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 149 Reports: Surgery: CPT Billing

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Reports: Sign-Out

Reports: Sign-Out: Outstanding

The Sign-Out Outstanding report shows all equipment currently on loan to athletes.

1. From the Sign-out Database, select Reports and Outstanding from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 150 Reports: Sign-Out: Outstanding

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Reports: Inventory

Reports: Inventory: Bid List

The Inventory Bid List report shows the Item, Units, Bid Quantity, from the Inventory record along with a space for the supplier to write in the item Cost and Notes (e.g. minimum order sizes or alternate manufactures).

1. From the Inventory Database, select Reports and Bid List from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 151 Reports: Inventory: Bid List

Reports: Inventory: Count

The Inventory Count Report shows the Item, Units, Quantity on-hand, along with a space for you to write in the new count. This report provides a work-sheet when performing an inventory count.

1. From the Inventory Database, select Reports and Count from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 152 Reports: Inventory: Count

Reports: Inventory: Usage

The Inventory Usage report shows the Item, Units, Number of pieces used and Cost for each period.

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Note: Since a new period starts each time you enter a Count for an Item, the actual dates of the period for each item in the report may differ if you enter the counts at different times or do not update the counts for all items.

1. From the Inventory Database, select Reports and Usage from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 153 Reports: Inventory: Usage

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Reports: Equipment

Reports: Equipment: Service

The Equipment Service report lists the Item and Model Number along with the date Put In-

Service, Repaired, Cleaned, Inspected and Next Inspection.

1. From the Equipment Database, select Reports and Service from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 154 Reports: Equipment: Service

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Reports: Concussion

Reports: Concussion: Summary

SWOL allows you to print a summary report with scores from the Baseline test and subsequent follow-up Concussion tests.

1. Click the Concussion Database button to access the Concussion Database.

2. If the current athlete is not correct, use the Find command at the top left corner of the

Concussion Listing Screen to Find an Athlete.

3. Select the Concussion Exam you want to print from the listing screen.

4. Go to Report, Concussion, Summary.

5. SWOL will preview a Concussion Summary report with the Baseline test and subsequent follow-up concussion testing.

Figure 155 Reports: Concussion: Summary

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Reports: Phone

Reports: Phone: List

The Phone List report shows the Name, Company, Phone, Fax, and Beeper number for all records in the Phone Database.

1. From the Phone Database, select Reports and List from the pull-down menu.

2. Complete the Selection Criteria for the records to be included in the report.

3. Click the Print button to preview the report.

Figure 156 Reports: Phone: List

Quick Treatments

The SWOL Quick Treatments module is typically used by athletes to sign-in to the athletic training room and enter their treatments.

Quick Treatment: Starting

Start by clicking on Utilities, Quick Treatment or Quick Treatment AT Access.

Item

Quick

Treatment

Quick

Treatment AT

Access

Description

Select this option if athletes will be entering their own passwords. Note: Once

you select Quick Treatment, you will need to login again to reach your main

SWOL windows. This prevents athletes from having access to other records.

Select this option if the athletic trainer will be entering the treatment information and there is no need for athlete passwords to be entered. With

AT Access the athletic trainer can add notes to the treatment, also. NOTE:

Once you select Quick Treatment AT Access, you will need to login again to reach your main SWOL windows.

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Figure 157 Quick Treatments: Starting

Quick Treatment: Select Athlete

1. In the field under Select your Name Athletes will enter their last name to find and select their name. Next they will enter their password (one associated with their email address).

NOTE: In order to ensure a smooth flow in your training room, try to make this process very clear through signage and teaching students at the beginning of a season.

Figure 158 Quick Treatment: Select Athlete

2. SWOL will display a list of any existing injuries for the athlete. The athlete has three choices:

Figure 159 Quick Treatment: Select Existing Injury

• If the Athlete is being treated for an Existing Injury she should select “I’m being treated for-> and from the Existing Injury Window select the existing injury and press Save in the

Upper right corner of the window to advance to the Treatment list.

• If the Athlete has a new injury she should select “I have a new injury” and complete the additional fields that appear

• If the Athlete does not have a specific injury she should select “I don’t have a specific injury and am just getting treated” and complete the additional fields that appear.

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Quick Treatment: Select Existing Injury

1. Once the injury is selected SWOL will display the Sport, Location and Person Giving

Treatment as it relates to the existing injury.

Figure 160 Quick Treatment: Background Information

2. SWOL will recall the most recent treatments for the selected injury. The previous treatments will have an X. The athlete can uncheck the previous and or select additional treatments provided.

Figure 161 Quick Treatment: Select Modalities

3. Athlete will select the Save button to save the new treatment record.

Quick Treatment: Select New Injury or No Specific Injury

If an athlete selects a new injury or no specific injury, the athlete will then be prompted to enter the sport, treatment location, and person giving treatment, as well as checkboxes for the treatment(s) provided. Press Save when done.

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Figure 162 Quick Treatment: Select New or No Specific Injury

Quick Treatment: AT Access

1. The athletic trainer first must select the athlete’s name that is receiving the treatment.

The main difference with AT Access is that no password needs to be entered at this stage.

Figure 163 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Athlete

2. SWOL will display a list of any existing injuries for the athlete. The athletic trainer has three choices:

• I'm being treated for: <select an existing injury>.

• I have a new injury

• I don't have a specific injury and am just being treated.

Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Existing Injury

1. Once this injury is selected SWOL will display the Sport, Location and Person Giving

Treatment as it relates to the existing injury.

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Figure 164 Quick Treatment: Background Information

2. SWOL will recall the most recent treatments for the selected injury.

Figure 165 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Select Existing Injury

3. Athletic trainer will check the treatments provided and press Save to save the new treatment record.

Quick Treatment: AT Access: New Injury or No Specific Injury

If an AT selects a new injury or no specific injury, AT will then be prompted to enter the sport, treatment location, and person giving treatment, as well as checkboxes for the treatment(s) provided.

Figure 166 Quick Treatment: AT Access: New Injury or No Specific Injury

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Quick Treatment: AT Access: Adding Notes

The athletic trainer may also choose to add notes to the Quick Treatment Record. To do this, click on notes in the top right part of the screen.

Figure 167 Quick Treatment: AT Access: Adding Notes

SportsWareOnLine/Mobile

CSMi created SportsWareOnLine/Mobile for Athletic Trainers, Coaches, and Athletes to easily interact with their SWOL account. Typical uses of SportsWareOnLine/Mobile include:

• The Athletic Trainer entering Treatments directly from their phone while treating athletes (replacing the desktop QuickTreatment application) or entering Injuries at an event.

• Coaches checking the Game/Practice status of their athletes or recalling athlete

Emergency Contact information.

• Athletes entering their Treatments, their Weight before and after practice, or new injuries on or off-season.

With SportsWareOnLine/Mobile there is no App to install. Simply start a Web Browser on your mobile device and go to m.swol123.net

.

Note: Any QuickInjuries or QuickTreatments added via the Mobile app will be listed as Quick in the SportsWare Injury and Treatment Listing Screens.

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Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal

The Athletic Trainer Mobile Portal provides the Athletic trainer with access to Quick Treatments, Quick Injury, & Quick Weight.

• From a mobile device go to m.swol123.net

.

• Enter your E-Mail / Password combination.

• Click the Login button.

The Athletic Trainer Mobile Dashboard includes:

Athlete Status: Display Game and Practice Status, Athlete,

Emergency Contact, Medical and Insurance Information.

QuickTreatments: Enter Treatments for an Athlete.

QuickInjury: Enter Injuries for an Athlete.

QuickWeight: Enter the Athletes weight before or after practice.

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: Athlete Status

Athlete Status: Display Game and Practice Status, Athlete,

Emergency Contact, Medical and Insurance Information.

• Select Athlete Status icon.

The Athlete Status has the following information /controls:

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Group: Limit the displayed athletes to a particular Group

(School).

Sport: Limit the displayed athletes to a particular Sport.

View All: Display the Status and Contact Information for all athletes.

Game Status: Lists all athletes with Game Status not equal to

“Full Go”. Click an Athlete name to view their Status and

Emergency Contact information.

Practice Status: Lists all athletes with Practice Status not

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equal to “Full Go”. Click an Athlete name to view their Status and Emergency Contact information.

Selected Athlete Status has the following information / controls:

Back: Return to Athlete Status Screen.

Hyperlinks: Status, Alerts, Emergency Contact 1, Emergency

Contact2, Insurance Company 1 and Insurance Company2 to jump to those sections.

Top: Return to the top of the page.

Phone: If a phone number appears as a hyperlink, click the number to call the athlete.

E-Mail: If an e-mail address appears as a hyperlink, click the address to start an e-mail to the athlete.

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickTreatment

Quick Treatments: Enter Treatments for an Athlete.

• Select QuickTreatments icon.

Quick Treatment data entry procedure:

Group: Filter the Athlete list by Group (optional).

Sport: Filter the Athlete list by Sport (optional).

A..Z: Fill the Athlete Name with last names matching the selected letter.

Athlete: The Athlete being treated.

Quick Treatment Input Screen (top down). Record a treatment for most recent injury.

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Description: The most recent injury recorded for the athlete.

This is the injury for which the Quick Treatment will be recorded.

Select Another Injury: Select a different Injury to treat.

ATC: Select the ATC providing the Treatment.

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Save: Save the Treatment.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Modalities: The modalities from the previous treatment session. The athlete can Add/Remove modalities if they changed for the current session.

QuickTreatment - Select Another Injury.

Select an existing injury: Set a previously recorded injury for treatment.

This is a new injury: Enter a new injury for treatment.

No injury, just treating athlete: Enter an un-injured Body Part for treatment. For example if you are doing preventative taping of the athlete’s ankles.

Save: Save the selected Injury and return to the Treatment screen.

Cancel: Do not save your changes and return to the

Treatment screen.

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickInjury

Quick Injury: Enter an Injury Summary for an Athlete.

• Select the Quick Injury icon.

Quick Injury data entry procedure:

Group: Filter the Athlete list by Group (optional).

Sport: Filter the Athlete list by Sport (optional).

A..Z: Fill the Athlete Name with last names matching the selected letter.

Athlete: The injured Athlete.

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Quick Injury data entry procedure (continued). Screen description from top down

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Save: Save the Treatment.

Notes: Enter SOAP notes.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Area: Body Area.

Part: Body Part.

Injury: Injury.

Injury Site: Injury Site.

Mobile: Athletic Trainer Portal: QuickWeight

Quick Weight: Enter the Athletes weight before or after practice.

• Select Quick Weight icon.

Quick Injury data entry procedure:

Group: Filter the Athlete list by Group (optional).

Sport: Filter the Athlete list by Sport (optional).

A..Z: Fill the Athlete Name with last names matching the selected letter.

Athlete: The Athlete whose weight you will enter.

Quick Weight Input Screen Description (top down)

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Save: Save the injury.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Weigh In: Weight before the practice or game

Weigh Out: Weight after the practice or game

Table: Most recent weight entries by sorted by Date.

Note: The Athlete does not need to enter the Weigh-In and Weigh-Out values at the same time. If you enter the Weigh-In and later in the day enter the Weigh-Out, SportsWareOnLine will save the Weigh-Out with

the previous Weigh-In.

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Mobile: Athlete Portal

The Athlete Portal provides Athletes access to the QuickTreatments,

QuickInjury, & QuickWeight apps.

• From a mobile device go to m.swol123.net

.

• Enter your E-Mail / Password combination.

• Click the Login button.

To enable/disable these applications for your athletes:

1. Login to www.swol123.net

.

2. From the Admin, Institution page, set the Athlete Mobile

Access options.

The Athlete will arrive at the Athlete Dashboard.

• Click LogOut to return to the Login Screen.

QuickTreatments: Record a Treatment for the athlete’s most recent Injury.

QuickInjury: Record a new Injury for the ATC to review.

QuickWeight: Record the practice weigh-in and weigh-out weights.

Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickTreatment

Quick Treatments: Enter Treatment /Visit to Athletic Training Room.

• Select Quick Treatments Icon

Quick Treatment Input Screen (top down). Record a treatment for most recent injury.

Dashboard: Return to Athlete Dashboard.

Description: The most recent injury recorded for the athlete.

This is the injury for which the Quick Treatment will be recorded. Note: Athletes cannot select or enter a different

injury from this screen. This prevents athletes from reentering the same injury multiple times as they were

sometimes doing with the desktop application.

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ATC: Select the ATC providing the Treatment.

Save: Save the Treatment.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Modalities: The modalities from the previous treatment session. The athlete can Add/Remove modalities if they changed for the current session.

Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickInjury

Quick Injury: Athlete enters a new Injury

• Select Injury Summary Icon

Quick Injury Input Screen Description (top down). Record an injury to notify the Athletic Trainer.

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Save: Save the injury.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Area: Body Area

Part: Body Part

Injury: Injury

Injury Site: Injury Site

Mobile: Athlete Portal: QuickWeight

Quick Weight: Athlete enters their weight before or after practice.

• Select Quick Weight icon.

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Quick Weight Input Screen Description (top down)

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Save: Save the injury.

Cancel: Cancel the changes.

Weigh In: Weight before the practice or game

Weigh Out: Weight after the practice or game

Table: Most recent weight entries by sorted by Date.

Note: The Athlete does not need to enter the Weigh-In and Weigh-Out values at the same time. If you enter the Weigh-In and later in the day enter the Weigh-Out, SportsWareOnLine will save the Weigh-Out with the previous Weigh-In.

Mobile: Coach Portal

The Coach Portal provides coaches access to Emergency Contact and

Injury Status Information for the athletes belonging to their assigned schools and teams.

• From a mobile device go to m.swol123.net

.

• Enter your E-Mail / Password combination.

• Click the Login button.

The Coach will arrive at the Coach Portal Dashboard.

LogOut: Return to the Login screen.

Athlete Status: Display Game and Practice Status, Athlete,

Emergency Contact, Medical and Insurance Information.

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The Athlete Status has the following information /controls:

Dashboard: Return to the Dashboard.

Group: Limit the displayed athletes to a particular Group

(School).

Sport: Limit the displayed athletes to a particular Sport.

View All: Display the Status and Contact Information for all athletes.

Game Status: Lists all athletes with Game Status not equal to

“Full Go”. Click an Athlete name to view their Status and

Emergency Contact information.

Practice Status: Lists all athletes with Practice Status not equal to “Full Go”. Click an Athlete name to view their Status and Emergency Contact information.

Selected Athlete Status has the following information / controls:

Back: Return to Athlete Status Screen.

Hyperlinks: Status, Alerts, Emergency Contact 1, Emergency

Contact2, Insurance Company 1 and Insurance Company2 to jump to those sections.

Top: Return to the top of the page.

Phone: If a phone number appears as a hyperlink, click the number to call the athlete.

E-Mail: If an e-mail address appears as a hyperlink, click the address to start an e-mail to the athlete.

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Smart Phones: All Mobile Access:

www.swol123.net

Note: SportsWare automatically detects if you are running on a Desktop or a Mobile device and re-formats all screens for the detected device. The detected device type is shown in the upperright-hand corner of the Login screen. If the incorrect device is detected use the pull-down list to change the device type. Entering SportsWareOnLine via this domain will give you access to all of the fields in SWOL.

Smart Phones: Record Selection

The Mobile Interface does not have a listing screen. Specific records are selected from picklists.

Smart Phones: Edit an Athlete Record

1. Click the Athlete button to move to the Athlete Database.

2. Select an Athlete in the Athlete Name picklist.

3. Click the General, Address, Emergency, etc. Page button to edit the page data.

Note: You can optionally select a Group or Sport to limit the number of Athletes in the Athlete

Name Picklist.

Smart Phones: Edit a Treatment Record

1. Click the Treatment button to move to the Treatment Database.

2. Select an Athlete in the Athlete Name picklist.

3. Select an Injury in the Injury Picklist.

4. Select a Treatment in the Treatment Picklist.

5. Click the General, Notes, etc. Page button to edit the page data.

Smart Phones: Reports

The Mobile Interface does not generate reports.

Smart Phones: Utilities

The Utilities/Picklist Editor is not available from the Mobile Interface.

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Online Help

Online Help is a link at the bottom of most SWOL screens. Click on the link to open a new window with the Online Help system.

Figure 168 Online Help Options

Online Help: Contents

The Help menu, Contents command displays the Help System open to the Contents tab.

Online Help: Index

The Index tab allows you to see an alphabetized list of help categories

Online Help: Search

The Search tab allows you to search topics or questions you would like help with.

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