Top 5 RL6 Training Requests that Might Come in Handy

January 17, 2017 Andrea Ricci

We all need a helping hand every now and then, whether it’s to get up to speed on something or learn a new skill.  A lot of you already know that at RL, there is nothing more important to us than ensuring that our clients are taken care of, and have the tools they need to do the very important work that they do. 

Since starting HUB just this past summer, we’ve seen some really great questions come from our clients. So, we thought we’d share the top 5 training requests we have received, in case you’ve missed the answers and are wondering the same.
  
RL6 Alerts 
Have you ever wondered what all of our alert types mean? It's an important one to know, and you're definitely not alone. Check out this article about the various types of alerts and when to use them. 

Creating a Frequent Flyer Report 
More and more healthcare organizations are making the effort to transition towards patient centric-care. If this is the case for your organization, then you already know that it's becoming more important to track information from a patient perspective. To do so, you can start by using the patient MRN as the unique identifier to create a bar chart or line chart to determine the patients with more than one file in RL6.

Best Practices for Managing Incomplete Files 
Do you have a method for managing incomplete files and keeping your system clean and accurate? If not, check out this article that outlines our three favorite methods for managing incomplete files.

Modifying a Picklist Value 
Need to go back to the fundamentals and understand how to update and replace an existing picklist value? Check out this article for a step-by-step process.

How to assign dashboards to users 
Have you had the opportunity to explore dashboards, and want to push out these out to your users? Check out this step-by-step guide on how to do this! 

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