Nursing/ Progress Notes

/Nursing/ Progress Notes
Nursing/ Progress Notes 2018-09-30T04:52:10+00:00

T-Logs:

  • Document daily logs, notes & follow ups
  • Record staff-to-staff communication
  • Categorize health notes, behavior notes, contact & general information

T-Logs are an alternative to your logbooks and the daily notes that you share with other staff members at your agency. You may write nursing/ progress notes for specific individuals or for a particular program. These logs are automatically shared with co-workers based on their caseload of individuals. Updates made to T-Logs can be seen from Update History.

Types of T-Logs
T-Logs can be categorized using one or more of the preset labels – Health, Notes, Follow-up, Behavior, Contacts and General. Types assigned to T-Logs help staff to organize the notes into relevant categories.

Tracking T-Logs
T-Logs carry information that needs to be seen and known by those supporting an individual in an agency. Thus, Therap’s To Do list on the Dashboard helps to keep track of information by displaying a count of  T-Logs that are yet to be read. The ‘Acknowledge & Next’ feature makes it easy to read through large numbers of unread T-Logs.

Case Notes

  • Record details of meetings
  • Link to Questionnaires
  • Generate billing claims

The Case Note feature is an effective tool to record details of meetings with guardians. Users can also record individualized service notes and enter service duration, location and activity type on Therap. Questionnaires can be linked to Case Notes and answers to the questions can be entered from the Case Note forms. The Case Note Template offers the ability to select which fields on the Case Notes should be visible and/or required. Case Notes can be marked as billable and professional claims can be generated for billable services which can be submitted electronically.

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