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Veteran Non-Profit needs Medical Intake Software

We are a new non-profit focused on delivering therapies to Service members and their families, Healing Warriors Program. We are looking for software that enables us to do a medical intake and case notes as we are opening our first clinic shortly. We would be using notebooks or iPads and we need to be HIPPA compliant. Would appreciate any help with recommendations.

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Since I see this with a simple search.
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Clarification reply

We are looking for recommendations on software from users and/or support staff. Guidance on what has worked well for them -- and equally as important, what to stay away from. We already have determined several candidates for that list. Since the people working with these tools are the ones with the most knowledge, it made sense to post a question and ask for feedback.

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Is there something more to this?

That area is pretty well done as far as software goes. However, in my experience when the client writes they are non-profit that's the code words for "we need this to be free." That's pretty tough since all that HIPPA certification costs.
Bob

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Non-profits have rigorous reporting and tracking needs.

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therapy software

You can go for therapy software. It will definitely help to get the best results. Good luck for your future endeavors.

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therapy sofware

Yes this is right. therapy software is really good for us. if you people want to more knowledge then visit
http://www.clinicsource.com/

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What type of care?

I'm curious as to the kind of therapies. Is this counseling and mental health or are you offering other medical services?
If it's just mental health and counseling therapies, you can check out our product:
http://www.theranest.com

Otherwise, you can take a look at Practice Fusion.

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Clarification: Type of care

Thank you for the information, we will look into these. Our Phase 1 offers acupuncture, cranio sacral therapy and healing touch. We need a medical intake including surgeries, meds, etc. The primary objective is support for pain and ptsd symptoms and these 3 were chosen for launch because of recent studies with military. There are no talk therapies. We need good documentation, SOAP notes etc., and are gathering data for further study. Thank you again.

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Type of Care

I would say take a look at practicefusion.com since it's free and you're a non-profit (although they have ads). There are obviously lots of good products out there too other than practicefusion.
It will be hard for you to find something that fully meets your needs all in one place, but you can supplement with other tools.

TheraNest works great for counseling and mental health but as of the current version, probably won't fully meet your needs because you need a full EMR system for the things you're talking about. You can recommend us to other therapists and counselors of course Happy

Good luck in your search.

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A tip about such.

I go to trade shows to look at such things. Just a few months ago I was at some cellular trade show and next door was some medical software convention. I think those are great to see what's out there as well as getting face time with your software vendors.
Bob

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for therapy software

You can go for therapy software. It will definitely help to get the best results. Good luck for your future endeavors.

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therapy software

I have a question regarding the therapy software. Which therapy software is good for back pain problem. Please suggest me. Thanks

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