Dedicated Measurement Software for Behavioral Healthcare Treatment Outcomes

Outcome measurement refers to methods and tools that assess and track the current status of patients. Measures may take the form of result interpretation, a score, or a category of risk. These data serve as a baseline before proceeding with a treatment course and as a means of assessment to determine a change rate. Measures can be obtained through performance and self, observer, or clinician reports.

Measurement Tools
Behavioral-health-oriented outcome measurement tools provided by an EHR service can compile chronological and individualized medical records relevant to every event or services rendered throughout care.

Analysis of Statistics
Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly outcome reports can be compiled according to a range of sources:

• Patient diagnoses
• Medications
• Lab reports
• Patient treatment plans
• Relative risk and auto-scoring tools
• Patient goals
• Levels of care
• Service frequency

These reports are a useful reference during chart audits and UR reviews and valuable resources for calculating improvements and advancements in patients’ and providers’ clinical outcomes.

Outcome measurement tools formulated by service providers also offer libraries of surveys and assessments to track quantitative measures, patient outcomes, and treatment success.

An EHR Service by Clinicians

Revenue cycle management and electronic health record software made by clinicians for addiction treatment providers optimize every phase of a patient’s journey from outreach and intake to medication management and billing processes. For services provided by behavioral health professionals, contact AZZLY at 1 (888) 400-3201 or via https://azzly.com/ today.

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