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BCSC Uses SchoolCare for Student Health Information

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Brownsburg Schools uses the online service SchoolCare (formerly CareDox) as a tool for parents to provide medical information.  This service has replaced the paper medical forms that had been submitted by families every year.  The system enables student immunization information, physical exam results, and nurse visits to be stored securely and compliant with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations.  Because families will be able to access SchoolCare at any time from their computer, smartphone, or tablet, they will be able to update student health information quickly and conveniently.  Please see the FAQ document below if you have any questions.

In SchoolCare, the student’s health history will carry over to future years.  Those who have already enrolled in SchoolCare do not need to re-register, however, these applicable forms are required to be updated annually:

  • Hold Harmless Form - Must be completed by parent and MD for any medications, treatments and/or medical documentation for a medical condition
  • Asthma Action Plan - Must be completed for students that will use an inhaler and/or nebulizer treatments in the clinic
  • Diabetic Health Care Plan (all diabetics)
  • Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Action Plan - Must be completed for students that have or have the potential to have an anaphylactic reaction to food or an environmental allergy (bee sting) that would require the use of emergency medication (Epinephrine).
  • Nutrition Substitution Form (Dietary Food Restriction and Food Substitution Form) - Must be completed by parent and MD for students that have a food allergy but can have the ingredient in baked or cooked foods (ex: Student has an egg allergy but can have egg in baked products that have egg as an ingredient)
  • Seizure Action Plan - Student’s that have a history of seizures and will have emergency medication in the clinic
  • Over The Counter form - Parent must provide all medications at the elementary level and med must be in original container and age appropriate.  Stock acetaminophen and ibuprofen are provided to students and the secondary level with parent’s permission.

Find these forms you visit the Student Health Forms page.

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