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All of your agency’s data in one system

PSNet was created because there was no one system that met the needs of the business.  There was a need for a system where information entered once could be utilized for each of the different aspects of the business, rather than entering subsets of the same information into multiple systems.

 
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An EHR, and so much more

PSNet is more than just an intuitive, user-friendly EHR system, because there is more that goes into running a behavioral health business than medical records.

 
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Electronic Health Record

  • Comprehensive assessment documents and consent forms that can be modified to meet your agency’s needs

  • Progress notes that include methods and objectives directly from the service plan

  • Medication management documentation, including a sortable medication history, lab review documentation, evaluations and progress notes

  • Scanned document section where any documents received by the agency can be stored

  • Electronic signature functionality that can be added to any document

 

 
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Human Resources

  • Employee demographics, contact information, and employment details

  • Reports to compile data for deliverables as well as payroll

  • Scanned document section to store any supporting documentation required, such as licenses, training documentation, tax information, etc.

  • Ability to manage employee access to certain parts of the system and particular functions within the system (ex: only users who should have access to the HR portion of the system have access)

  • Manage the employee information that is accessible in other parts of the system

 

 
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Connection & Communication

  • Company News: postings that display on the dashboard to communicate important information to your employees

  • Employee Directory: primary contact information about employees so they can contact each other as needed

  • Event Calendar: post trainings and events that you want your employees to be aware of, and manage RSVPs to these events

  • Document library: documents that employees may need access as part of their employment with your agency

  • Team Roles: within the electronic health records, team members can easily see who plays specific roles for that individual or family

 

 
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Interconnectivity

  • Time entries that are added by an employee, whether it be progress notes or other work times, automatically populate to their timesheet

  • Capability to carry information forward from one document to another in the EHR

  • Easy to update diagnosis information that populates to other documents and billing data

  • Billing data includes relevant information from progress notes, HR, and clinical profiles

  • Supervisor access to the data entered by employees

 

 
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Supervision & Management

  • Reports available to assist leadership with monitoring service delivery, efficiency, and performance

  • Supervision form accessible to both the employee and supervisor and accessible in the HR record once complete

  • Documentation approval queues for clinical documentation requiring review

  • “Visits and Services” tool provides multiple ways for leadership to review documentation for specific enrolled individuals, employees, service codes, etc.

  • Access to review progress notes, timesheets, and other documentation for any employee under that supervisor within the hierarchy