Athena Software Releases New and Enhanced Electronic Health Documentation Feature

Kitchener, ON (PRWEB) November 30, 2011

Athena Software is pleased to announce the upcoming release of an enhanced document creation tool for the Penelope case management software application (http://www.athenasoftware.net).

 

As organizations within the social services sector move from paper and spreadsheets to integrated electronic records, they look for systems that allow them to capture detailed information without duplicate data entry and that will securely store the information to make it easily accessible in real time to authorized individuals.

 

Organizations in this sector share a need to assess client strengths and goals, history and current needs, and to measure client progress and outcomes, in addition to capturing correspondence with third parties including referrals, letters and other documentation. Penelope has always incorporated the concept of capturing flexible custom data. However, Athena has now developed a tool within Penelope that dramatically enhances the ability of organizations to create forms, letters, assessments and more, and to track revisions and change over time.

 

This comprehensive new feature will be released in early December and will provide Athena’s global client base of more than 200 human service agencies, not-for-profit organizations, universities and government bodies with an abundance of new options when creating electronic health documentation for their clients.

 

“Athena developed this tool based on the direct input of our many clients,” says Athena director Diane Stanley-Horn. “It’s rewarding to see that our clients are as excited to use this tool as we are to deliver it.”

 

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