Check in a resident

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The Frontline worker app in Microsoft Vaccination Management is a canvas app from Microsoft Power Apps that is designed for those who need to be quick and resourceful. Power Apps canvas applications are business applications that you can build by dragging and dropping elements onto a canvas, similar to designing a slide in PowerPoint. You can then create expressions that are similar to Microsoft Excel expressions for specifying logic and working with data. When ready, the app can be shared so that users can run it in a browser or a mobile device, or they can embed it in places like Microsoft Teams.

The Frontline worker app address several scenarios for vaccine site workers, such as:

  • Check in residents by scanning a QR code

  • Check in residents by manually looking them up

  • Administer and record vaccinations

In this exercise, you'll use two methods for checking in a resident: scanning a QR code and manually looking up the resident in the Frontline worker app.

Note

To complete this exercise, make sure that you download the Power Apps mobile app from Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

  • For Apple devices with iOS, such as an iPhone or iPad, use App store.

  • For Android devices, use Google Play.

Screenshot of the Vaccination hub with the Select Site Location and Select Vaccinator fields.

Screenshot of resident search results and Advanced Search.

Task 1: Check in a resident with a QR code

In this task, you'll check in one of the residents that you registered and booked in the previous set of exercises. You'll use a QR code to check in the resident with the Frontline worker app on your mobile device.

  1. On your mobile device, open the Power Apps application that you downloaded from either Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

  2. Sign in by using the credentials that were supplied in the training for your user.

  3. Find and open the Frontline worker app.

  4. On your PC or Mac, open the email confirmation that you received after registering and booking Madison Butler in the previous set of exercises, and then scroll down to the QR code.

  5. In the Frontline worker app, look up an appointment by selecting the Scan QR Code from Email button.

    Screenshot of the Vaccination appointment check-in page with the Scan QR Code from Email button highlighted.

    Note

    You'll need to grant the Frontline worker app permission to use the camera on your mobile device to complete this task.

    Screenshot of the request for permission to use the device's camera.

  6. Add the resident to the Vaccine Queue or have them go directly to a vaccination booth. In this instance, you'll add the resident to the Vaccine Queue.

    Screenshot of appointment details with the Add to Vaccine Queue button highlighted.

  7. Stop here. You'll record the vaccination details for this resident in the next exercise.

Task 2: Check in a resident by manual lookup

In this task, you'll check in another resident that you registered and booked in the previous set of exercises. To accomplish this task, you'll manually look up the resident with the Frontline worker app in your internet browser.

  1. Launch an internet browser in InPrivate or Incognito mode and then go to Power Apps.

  2. Sign in by using the credentials that were supplied in the training for your user.

  3. Select the correct environment from the Environment dropdown menu in the upper-right corner.

    Screenshot of the Environment dropdown menu.

  4. Select Apps on the left navigation pane.

  5. Find and select the Frontline worker app.

    Screenshot of the list of apps with the Frontline worker app selected.

  6. Select your Vaccinator and then select Next.

    Screenshot of the Vaccination hub with the site location and vaccinator name selected.

  7. Search for the Christopher Reed appointment that you created in the previous set of exercises by entering the last name (Reed) into the Search for an appointment text box. Select Search.

    Screenshot of the Search for an appointment text box with the search term reed.

  8. Add the resident to the Vaccine Queue or have them go directly to a vaccination booth. In this instance, you'll add the resident to the Vaccine Queue.

    Screenshot of Christopher Reed's appointment details with the Add to Vaccine Queue and Vaccinate now buttons.

  9. Stop here. You'll record the vaccination details for this resident in the next exercise.