Printable Meds Admin Tracker ~freebie

Printable Meds Admin Tracker ~freebie

Planner Appointment Printables- freebie

Planner Appointment Printables- freebie

Hey There,

I am very sorry for those of you who have been waiting for this post. I’ve had a really crazy two weeks on the home front and just realized I forgot to post the additional printables to go with the 2016 Appointment List. I was all gung-ho about rolling out these promised posts in order but got overly excited about sharing my layouts and never finished this post. Also, if you need to print the coordinating appointment list check that out here.

Appointment Record

I made these printables very tight to fit as many blocks as possible for each size. I’ve been using this printable for years to make these records easily accessible and tidy. If you are planning to use this form along with the Appointment List you could record the date and mark it as a “Healthy” appointment.  If you get sick before that healthy appointment you have a little indicator already in place. I don’t go into to much detail when recording the results; just a prognosis if applicable, and whether a prescription was written. If you need more room to write you could attach a sticky note or use the back of the form. I encourage you to use this form to track your weight each visit. Doing so will help you to see if there are any unhealthy gains/losses between appointments. Finally, don’t forget to write down when your follow up should be.

Please keep in mind these are intended for functionality but if you want to pretty them up you could print them onto scrapbook paper. Simply print the file you need onto letter paper and use the line to cut to size. Keep in mind some printers try to adjust the sizing so check that first. Also, I’m a novice at creating printables so I don’t make them duplex. 


Appointment Stickers

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Here’s a bonus for you if you like to use stickers in your calendar to make your appointments stand out. I made four sizes but kept them simple since we all have different preferences. The icon indicators are {bottom left to right} primary care, optical, dental, women’s wellness, and breast checks are indicated by the pink ribbon. These can be printed directly onto your choice of paper then fussy cut.

I know cutting can be a pain so I’ll offer them in my shop too. They will be available in color and on separate sheets. Quantities on ready to ship product will be limited, so if you want to be notified by email of my shop opening you can sign up here.

I hope you like these and can get some use out of them. These were made by me for your personal use only. If you wish to share this with your friends please send them back to this post to retrieve the files.

2016 Appointment List Printable~freebie

2016 Appointment List Printable~freebie

Hi There,

I hope you’ve been thinking about your motivational word of the year. This is my second year following this practice and I think it made a difference in some of my choices. We can all agree, self improvement is important to our personal growth. My word this year is Pursue because I’m moving into a new season as a mom with my youngest starting Kindergarten in August. This gives me the opportunity to pursue new adventures and I’m gonna go for it.

This year I will keep moving forward in the areas that are most important to me and my family. As a jump start, I began the application process to start college in the fall and I began prepping for the launch my Etsy shop. I’ve had these ideas lingering in my mind for years but for obvious reasons I had to wait until my boys got older. Eventually, I’m hoping to fund my courses through my shop. I will go into more detail when I have more finished product.

Until then, I want to share a printable I made awhile ago that has been very useful for this time of year. I use this form to log the appointments that each of my family members will need to have based on what is covered through our insurance plans.

Here’s a screen print of what the pdf looks like. I use a personal sized filofax so I made one file for the standard inserts and a second file in the size I like to use, 4×7 for more room. This is the first time I’ve shared a file online so hopefully it will work out right.

Click HERE for the 4×7 2016 Appointment List
Click HERE for the personal size 2016 Appointment List

What you see in the image is what would print on letter size paper. You can print this on the paper of your choice, including scrapbook paper. The outer lines are your cut lines, so it should be easy whether you use scissors or a cutter. You have room to add four family members per sheet; use the dotted lines as your guide for each name. I start my form by marking “N/A” in the slots I don’t have a need for (ie: under the male members for the Women’s Wellness appointments). I use the NOTES for what days work best for each member as a reminder when I make the calls. If needed, while on the call, I verify how much will be required out of pocket and notate accordingly.

This form has helped me keep tabs on what my family needs done while making sure I get what we pay for on our insurance. I hope this is just as useful for you.

Well, that’s it for now. I have several more printables that tie into this one so I may be rolling those out soon too. I’ve also been going through a planner needs change that I may get the time to share eventually but don’t hold me to it yet.