This article reviews the process for exporting participant data from the Pattern Health Console. This option may or may not be available to you based on your level of access to the console. At the bottom of the article, you can find a list of definitions for the Pattern Health vocabulary we use here.
Exporting data from the Pattern Health Console is a straightforward 4-step process. To begin, go to the Data Exports tab in the left-hand navigation menu in the console.
Step 1: Select a Report Type
There are 10 types of reports you can generate from the Pattern Health Console:
Biometrics - Measurements - Goal Status History - Exercises - Surveys - Nutrition -
Task Adherence - Patient Demographics - Program Status - Meditation
Select the type of report you wish to generate.
Step 2: Select Group
You will have to decide which participants you want to export data for. You can generate a report with data from all the participants in your "Current Group" or "Current Group and Descendants". In most cases, you can select Current Group.
However, if your study has organized different participant populations in different child groups, you can generate a report for them all at once by selecting Current Group and Descendants. If you choose this option, make sure you are generating a report in the Data Exports tab of the Parent Group.
Step 3: Customize Patient Data
Patient Identifier Type
You will have the option to include the Patient ID (ie. DEMO-00111), Name, or both.
Each user is assigned a unique Pattern UUID (ie. u-1x1x1x1xx1x1x1xx1). This ID is helpful when attempting to locate the user in the console or the API. This identifier will be necessary if your program does not utilize Patient IDs.
Patient Details (Birthdate, Email, Gender, etc.)
The patient details include the user's First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, Gender, Time Zone, Email Address, and Mobile Number.
Custom Group Member Attributes
These are configurable by group and may or may not apply to your program. These would be any fields located on the user's profile under the Attributes section (i.e. REDCap IDs).
You can further customize your report by including participants without active plans (i.e. participants who are withdrawn, finished with the program, or otherwise inactive), and guest members. Guest members (or guest users) are participants that have used your app, but have not registered. This only applies to programs that use self-registration.
Step 4: Select Dates
Finally, choose the date range that you want to review in your report. When you have selected your dates, you can click on the Generate Report button.
NOTE: If you are generating a report for a group of 1500 participants or more, please only generate reports with ONE MONTH of data at a time.
Step 5: Download Data Export
At the right side of the Data Exports screen, you will see a section titled Export List. After you click the Generate Report button, you will be asked to name your report.
Once you name your report, you will see it appear in the Export List. You can track the progress of your report by checking the Status column. You will see one of three statuses: Queued, In Progress, and Completed.
Once your report's status is Completed, just click the download icon in the Actions column and download the report.