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MyOutcomes® Version 17 – Spring 2017 Release Announced

MyOutcomes® Version 17 – Spring 2017 Release Announced

| May 15, 2017

The Spring release of MyOutcomes Version 17 is fast approaching! We are excited to be able to offer many new enhancements to our current reporting features, developed in collaboration with our international circle of customers and advisers. We appreciate everyone’s feedback – it’s your innovations that drive our product excellence. With this new release, you will […]

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MyOutcomes® Version 16 -New Validity Indicators & Offline Administration Option

MyOutcomes® Version 16 -New Validity Indicators & Offline Administration Option

| November 9, 2016

In keeping to our commitment to continuous quality improvement, the Fall Release of MyOutcomes® Version 16 includes 3 new validity indicators as well as upgrades to MyOutcomes® Mobile that includes a Provider Dashboard and Offline Administration Option. The 3 new validity indicators are: Intake ORS Over 35: This indicator provides at a glance information on the number of Cases whose […]

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Expected Treatment Response vs Client Status Report in  MyOutcomes v14

Expected Treatment Response vs Client Status Report in MyOutcomes v14

| May 2, 2016

  Overview In a recent live client consultation hosted by MyOutcomes Clinical Director Cindy Hansen, Dr. Scott D. Miller explained how the new algorithms are changing the way we look and think about session and service target reporting. In this brief clip, Scott talks about the new algorithms in the latest version of this valuable therapist […]

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A simpler Scatter Plot – better way of identifying outcomes

A simpler Scatter Plot – better way of identifying outcomes

| February 3, 2016

Scatter plot in the new version of MyOutcomes Version 14 New Aggregate stats page with a much simpler Scatter Plot –  A better way of identifying Success, Failure and Change. Scott explains that all the old algorithms were based on the average amount of change for clients, but the problem is that it indicates nothing […]

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Are clients with very high ORS scores considered to be at risk ?

Are clients with very high ORS scores considered to be at risk ?

| January 27, 2016

High ORS scores; a risk or not? The continuous high ORS scores are a good predictor of success and there are a large group of people who don’t experience a decline after early improvement, but it is good clinical practice to prepare the client in case it doesn’t maintain. This would then have a much […]

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