Reports, Surveys and Searching for Data

Therap’s data tracking features ensure that necessary and relevant documentation are available for internal or external audits and surveys. This particular tracking method also assists with the quality assurance measures of an agency and allows for supervisors to ensure delivery of service and integrity of data.

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Search is available as a feature on all of Therap’s modules. They differ in parameters and allow users to search module specific data. Search results are usually presented in tables whereby the viewer can sort the list in the table by clicking on the column’s title, e.g. Date of Submission, Last Name or First Name. If results are very large, they are usually split across several pages for ease of use and they can be exported out to other formats like spreadsheets.

Archives are available for recorded services and related reports. A list is available consisting of documents that were previously updated, edited or worked on; these include documents pertaining to Finance Transactions and Accounts, Individual Service Plans, Programs and Data, Habilitation Plans, Behavior Plans, Behavior Event Records, Health Tracking reports, Medication History records, Service Authorizations, Billing and Attendance Data, Professional and Institutional Claims, and shift notes.

Reports are useful for tracking progress, for surveys and audits, and in other decision making scenarios.

Activity Tracking/Audit Trails User Guide

Training Management Reports

Billing Reports

Data Integrity Measures

Along with the security and privacy aspects of your documentation, Therap Applications take steps to ensure the integrity of your data.

Discussion on Activity Tracking by Therap Users

In this video John Vogan, Residential Coordinator from the Resource Center talks about how using the Activity Tracking helps them to investigate incidents.