Why would you use our Incident Management Tools?
- Instant event/incident reporting
- Real-time report sharing
- Reviews and follow-up tracking
- Alerts & notifications
- Witness reports
Therap’s Incident Reporting tools have been designed to track reportable incidents for an individual. Using the incident reporting tool, users can report and follow-up on a wide range of incidents including injuries, behavioral concerns, restraints and accidents.
Types of Events on an Incident Report
- Medication Error
- Restraint related to behavior
- Restraint Other
Notification level for an incident helps in reporting the importance or urgency of the incident that has been reported. Notifications can be received via a text on phone/pager, as an email or through Therap’s Secure Communications module.
Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation Reports
Allegations of abuse, neglect, and exploitation can be reported using Therap’s Incident Reporting module. There are options to indicate whether abuse, neglect and exploitation is suspected for a particular incident including details of the type of abuse, neglect, and exploitation amongst others. The flexible notification mechanism sends automatic and real-time alerts of incidents and allegations via Theap’s Secure Communications module, email and text messages.
Medication Error Reports
Incidents caused due to a medication error can be documented using Therap’s Incident Reporting module. The medication error event data is pulled from an individual’s medication history profile for accurate reference of the exact medication that was administered by error.
Witness Report is merged with the incident reporting tool within the system to allow users to include reports from witnesses involved in incidents. Once a user is mentioned as a witness in an Incident Reporting form, the witness is automatically notified as he finds new witness forms on his personal worklist. He can then complete the forms and submit those for review.
The Incident reporting Dashboard provides the ability to identify Incident Reports’ trends at the organization, program type, and program levels. Organizations can perform comparative analyses of variables including type, cause, severity, and location of incidents to enhance overall quality assurance and reduction of incidents.