Therap is hosting a webinar on Data-Driven Outcomes – Overview and Updates on September 4, 2019, from 2 pm EST/11 am PST. This session will provide an overview of Therap’s Data-Driven Outcomes (DDO) module and the associated dashboard within Therap’s Business Intelligence platform. This module/dashboard will allow agencies to capture/aggregate outcomes data within provider-determined domains at the individual, program, provider, and oversight levels to assess organizational performance in supporting individuals.
Know the hosts:
Jason Laws is a Business Development Consultant who joined Therap in 2010. He came from North Carolina with a background in individualized supports and service delivery for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Fayonne Johnson joined Therap in 2013 and is currently working as a Senior Training & Implementation Specialist. She comes from a Nursing background with extensive experience in caring for and documenting the needs of children and adults with emotional and mental disorders, including Dementia and Alzheimer’s, in a clinical setting.
DDO can benefit agencies and providers by capturing evidence-based information. The data provides evidentiary facts about an individual’s care. Unlike projections or even assumptions based on past history, actual data collected from EHR documentation is clear and concise. Through EHR documentation, services and supports are tracked in real-time. This documentation turns into useful data that measures overall service delivery and outcomes. Staff can measure performance by leveraging measured outcomes to meet benchmarks, goals, state and federal mandates, as well as to make necessary adjustments.
Click here to register for the webinar.