3DP Registry: How to Add a Case Form (Register New Case)
Modified on: Thu, 2 Sep, 2021 at 5:34 PM
Add a case by clicking Register New Case on the 3DP Registry menu in the NRDR portal.
A case form cannot be added unless at least one printer is available in the facility's 3DP printer library (see the Manage 3D Printers article for more information).
The form cannot be submitted until all fields marked with an asterisk are filled.
As you complete the form, please keep in mind:
Enter data in the fields in the order they appear in the form due to data dependencies.
If you need to save an incomplete form, click any of the Save buttons that appear throughout the form.
The Institution Case Identifier must be entered in order to save a form.
Protected Health Information (including actual or hashed Medical Record Number, Social Security Number, etc.) should not be used to construct the case identifier.
The NRDR Case ID will be populated automatically when the form is saved or submitted.
Instructions for Form Completion
Click on one of the links below for information about completing a specific form section:
Submitting the Form: Final Steps
1. Enter Responsible Person
Use the drop-down menu on the "Name of primary person responsible for data collection" field to enter the appropriate name. If this is the first time you have submitted a form, or if the name you want to enter does not appear on the menu, check Add New. A Save button will appear. Enter the name you want to enter and click the Save button:
2. Name of Form Submitter
The name of the person submitting the form is submitted automatically and cannot be changed.
3. Submitting the Form
Once you have entered all the requested information, click Submit Case at the bottom of the form.
If there are errors, error messages will appear in red at the bottom of the form and next to each field in error. You will not be able to submit the case until the errors are resolved.
Alternatively, you can click Save Case to save your progress and complete the form later, as long as the Institution Case Identifier has been provided. Click Close to cancel your changes.
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