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Qualifacts Knows Indiana
Qualifacts is one of the most trusted healthcare technology partners for leading behavioral health and human services providers in the Hoosier state. Serving some of Indiana’s top providers, our 2014 Ambulatory Complete electronic health record (EHR), CareLogic Enterprise, provides integrated clinical, financial, reporting and administrative solutions specifically designed for behavioral health and human services agencies.
Our team of dedicated researchers track important policies and regulations affecting Indiana providers, and our software solution, CareLogic Enterprise, includes features specifically designed to ensure compliance with local regulatory agencies, including the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) and the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS).
Our EHR functionality supports:
- DARMHA ( previously HAP)
To ensure that our customers meet Indiana state reporting requirements, CareLogic features the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS), Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA), Data Assessment Registry Mental Health and Addiction (DARMHA), Hoosier Assurance Plan (HAP), and Department of Child Services (DCS) processes, enabling seamless integration within your normal clinical workflow.
The Perfect Solution for Providers of All Sizes
Qualifacts is revolutionizing EHR affordability by connecting providers to form multi agency collaboratives. Regardless of size or budget constraints, these collaboratives are building strong networks of local peer agencies and creating opportunities for collective cost savings, accelerated return on investment and shared best practices.
What Your Indiana Peers Are Saying:
“We reviewed multiple vendors on efficiency, functionality and user-friendliness. CareLogic won on every dimension. We went from zero to a working, functioning product in six months.” – Matt Burden, Executive Director of Indiana’s Swanson Center