Using the iHeadache Dashboard

Overview of iHeadache MD > iHeadache Dashboard

The headache dashboard is customized to your preferences.  The configuration options for dashboard are virtually endless.  You can "pin" just the charts and graphs you want to view on your main dashboard and the order and placement of the sections is preserved from patient to patient. 

Since most headache patients have some form of migraine, the data is analyzed according to I.H.S. rules (and your preferences).  The dashboard has an end date of today and goes back one year but can be reset as desired.  The data can be broken down by periods of time including 28 days, 30 days, calendar month, and calendar quarters.  Dashboard charts and graphs include:

  • Number and type of headaches
  • Acute medication usage
  • Disability (MIDAS like scale)
  • Disability Hours (total and partial)
  • Possible Triggers
  • Pain severity, locations and descriptions
  • Chart of preventatives sorted by name, start date, stop date, with reason for stopping
  • A "year at a glance" calendar for a quick view of headaches color coded by type


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