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ResScan Tip
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I found that I could store pdf documents in my ResScan folder under my patient name and they would appear in the report list within ResScan. This allows me to keep a copy of my sleep study and progress reports from my sleep doctor in a single place -- and backed up every time I backup ResScan. When I need the reports or prescriptions, I simply print them from within ResScan by clicking the appropriate report name.

The files were found in the C:\Users\Public\Documents\ResMed\ResScan3\Patients\{patient name] directory of my pc. Note: your directory storage location may be different. Making sure that the file name was unique and did not replace any current file, I simply copied the file into the directory and it appears in the report list. The format I used for the filename was sleepstudy2016-1-20. For other files, I use PhyNotes2016-00-00 or RX-2016-00-00.

Saves me from keeping separate files and trying to remember where I placed them. You can even encrypt the pdf file for sensitive data.
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
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Nice tip. thanks!


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Pretty neat trick. Thanks srlevine1.. Coffee
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