You can add & stop tracks to an ongoing care flow through:
the Awell Care user interface
the Awell Orchestration API
Awell Care - Manually editing a care flow
Navigate to the Patient list of Awell Care
Search for and select the right patient in the Patient list
Select one of the active care flows, listed at the top of the Care flows page
➕ Add track
Adding a track comes in very handy when something doesn't go as planned or you have some reiterative components in your care flow, where you don't know upfront when exactly they'll need to take place or how often. In that case, you can manually add a track to an ongoing care flow:
The list of eligible tracks to add to your care flow is dependent on the Care flow design in Awell Studio. In the design you can mark one or more tracks as being allowed to be manually triggered:
When a certain track and it's pending care activities are no longer valuable to your care flow, for example when the patient has been inactive for too long or has changed treatments, you can stop the ongoing activities in the timeline view.
You want to:
Select an ongoing track in the timeline view
Click on the "Stop" button in the right hand menu
Confirm you want to take care of the action
🟥 Stop or 🗑️ Delete care flow
In case you just want to stop the care flow as whole or even delete the care flow and all the data that was captured, you can read more in this article.
Awell API - Editing a care flow in an integrated context
GetAdHocTrackquery to search for the available tracks of an already running care flows - as this will be care flow version dependent. Note that only the tracks available with trigger Type "When track is manually triggered" are available.
Then run the
AddTrackmutation to add the track to the care flow