WATERBURY, Conn., Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2017 NASDDDS Health and Review report identified the process issue
The comprehensive incident reporting system is used nationally by agencies and state departments to record and track incident reports, both reportable and minor trending events, along with critical incidents. Configurations support state requirements, generating multiple state forms. Therap can generate and group multiple related incidents from one entry. The incident reporting features maintain multi-level access control so that witnesses or families and guardians may view the report at where appropriate to their access, while only investigators and review committees may be able to read reports containing allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation, or responsible staff cited for a medication error.
State-specific incident reporting is available on Therap allowing providers to generate state incident forms for submission to the state department. In several states this process is electronic submission directly to the supervising state agency. Therap's specific state reports include the New York OPWDD Incident Report Forms (OPWDD 147, 148, 150, Jonathan's Law Notification and Follow-up Information), California Initial Form, Follow-up Form and Medication Error Form, Delaware Medical/Behavioral Interventions Strategies Record, Georgia Critical Incident Report (CIR) among dozens of states' incident reports.
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