Listrunner is used by teams in many different, and creative ways. One way is to provide at-home care to patients that still require expert care but that do not need to be hospitalized.

Please refer to this article for details on account creation and list setup, as the focus of this article is about providing at-home care using Listrunner.

One final note on setup: We recommend using the shared task column and, if appropriate to your service, the photos column. If you hid them while following setup instructions in another article, here is how you would make them visible again.

The mobile app

Listrunner's mobile app lets teams access their patient lists using their phones. It is available on both Android and iOS. You log in using the same user name and password as you would on the web. The mobile app also offers a robust offline mode - download the data once, and you continue to have access to it in areas of spotty internet connection.


The patient list

The mobile app is optimized for "at a glance" usability. The fields that appear on the mobile patient list are first name, last name, age, MRN, location, and as much of the diagnosis as can fit (roughly two short sentences). By using these fields cleverly, you can easily provide context to providers in the field. Here are some tips:

  • Use the Location field in the demographics for the patient's street address.
  • Add a one-liner in the diagnosis field to summarize the situation.
  • Don't shy away from adding useful details. Providers can tap the patient's name to find them.


The tasks list

Tap on the Tasks tab and now you'll also see all the tasks for each patient. You can tap on 'ALL TASKS' at the top of the screen to configure your view to hide completed tasks, or to only show tasks that are assigned to you. You can use this to quickly get a sense of how many tasks need to be done for each patient. If you check off your tasks regularly, this information is automatically sent to the rest of your team.

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