Chart Your Clients’ Treatment Journey Using Tetra Outcomes

We do more than collect data . . . we help you convert it into action!

Great Data Lead To Great Treatment Outcomes

Without proven monitoring systems, providers miss opportunities to improve individual care and have difficulty showing the efficaciousness of their program. The lack of these tested monitoring systems is one of the main reasons that behavioral health and substance abuse treatment are chronically underfunded.

The Tetra Outcomes system includes the required software, assessment questions, administration approach and frequency to measure the key four conditions for successful treatment.

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The Four Conditions For Successful Treatment

Expectations

Expectations

Do your clients clearly understand what is expected of them and are their treatment expectations being met?
Skills

Skills

Do the clients have the necessary fundamental skills to achieve the expectations and successfully implement their treatment plans?
Recognition

Recognition

Are the clients appropriately recognized when they meet expectations? Do they have confidence that they will be successful in their treatment?
Relationships

Relationships

Is there a counselor, therapist, or other employee who can be trusted to provide help and support to each client when needed?

Assessments That Make A  Difference

Whether you are reviewing a report for an individual patient or the entire organization, the reports in Tetra Outcomes are succinct and understandable. They’re as easy to follow as a compass pointing to the pole.

Colored markers indicate whether the patient and the prescribed treatment is on-track or if changes should be made. Green is all clear, orange is cautionary, and red indicates some intervention is usually warranted.

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Monitor Your Facility: Know More. Do More.

In addition to the four conditions for successful treatment : expectations, skills, recognition, and relationships, each Tetra Outcomes report provides a multidimensional look at treatment, including:

  • Client Progress
  • Client Outlook
  • Program Efficacy
  • Effectiveness of supporting structures
  • Success of individual and group interactions

Recommendations in the reports help you tailor treatment plans, assess and predict the duration of treatment, identify new behaviors and routines that will help with treatment, and improve the four conditions for successful treatment.

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