Behavioral Health Appointment Note
This Behavioral Health Appointment Note Mobile App is a ClinicTracker application template that allows a therapist, clinician, social worker, or mobile-treatment specialist the ability to fill out an appointment note during or after a face-to-face visit with a client.
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The application includes the ability to:
1) View demographic information
2) View service & medication history
3) Enter appointment details
4) Record a progress note
5) Collect patient signature to indicate the client’s presence at the event
As specialists, use this app to best manage data and reduce paperwork for individual counseling and evaluation of patients. Improve specialty care like behavioral therapy through documenting progress for health insurance claims. As a psychiatry counselor or other mental health provider in a health clinic, document symptoms and feelings of patients, as well as any concerns that should be addressed. Use this app as health professionals to best alleviate mental illness through addressing mental health conditions.
Using the ClinicTracker/GoCanvas Sync Utility, these submissions will be automatically imported into the main ClinicTracker database where they will be included in the patient’s chart and converted to insurance claims within the billing system. When integrated to JAG Product's ClinicTracker EHR, customers can realize the full value of an application such as this. Click the ""Creator" link above to see all of our apps and learn more.
You'll want to check out our full list of popular mental health apps.
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