This new tool offers another way to make it easy for users to know where they stand in regard to their responsibilities. “If there is an opportunity for our software to improve transparency and provide helpful alerts, we make it happen,” says Joshua Gordon, ClinicTracker president. “The program helps administrators stay on top of their operation by monitoring key performance indicators. It then delivers this information to the relevant decision makers, rather than relying on them to run a report when they think of it. ClinicTracker is proud of its capacity to use the EHR as an ‘early warning system’ for just about everything that goes on within a clinical operation.”
Performance Measurement Reports will save administrators time because they can display several items at once within a single emailed report. For example, managers can generate alerts on clinical parameters such as the waiting list size, intake status, number of discharges, kept vs. missed appointments, and unsigned or missing progress notes. On the billing side, administrators can ask for alerts on unbilled appointments, credit balances, and various payment attributes. Ultimately, this practice management tool protects mental health and substance abuse agencies by anticipating compliance issues, clinical inefficiencies, and billing discrepancies.
ClinicTracker is a robust, future-proof mental health and substance abuse EHR. Michael Gordon, a respected clinical psychologist, and Joshua Gordon, an award-winning software engineer, founded the company in 2000. ClinicTracker EHRs powerful software empowers your agency to succeed. ClinicTracker will automate many of your clinic routines, boost staff productivity, increase billing efficiency, and provide the tools you need to manage your clinic effectively. While mental health and substance abuse agencies are our main focus, our software is compatible with foster care agencies, social services, equine assisted therapy, university clinics, academic counseling, family counseling services, and eating disorder clinics.