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Outcomes Assessment Resource Cd-Rom

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This listing is for one Healthcare Outcomes Assessment Resource CD-Rom to help make basic outcomes assessment VERY easy for your Chiropractic, Medical, PT or other practice. The CD-R contains files pertaining to the implementation, use, and management of data related to:
• The Oswestry Low Back Pain & Disability Questionnaire
• The Roland-Morris Low Back Pain & Disability Questionnaire
• The Neck Disability Index Questionnaire
• The Rand 36-Item Heath Survey, Version 1.0 (RAND SF-36)
• The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Self Assessment Questionnaire – Boston Protocol

Check out our full size sample documents for the Oswestry Questionnaire and the Rand 36-Item Health Survey 1.0, (RAND SF-36) to see what the files look like when printed! Click the links below to open the sample PDF files in another window:

OSWESTRY QUESTIONNAIRE SAMPLE:
http://www.clinicallysignificantproductions.com/OswestrySample.pdf


RAND SF-36 SAMPLE:
http://www.clinicallysignificantproductions.com/RANDSAMPLE.pdf


These are just two samples. The cd comes with much more. Read on for the full description!

The cd contains Microsoft Excel Files that automatically calculate scores, convert scores, as well as track manage and graph data! This takes nearly all of the pain out of the process. No more lengthy hand scoring, hand charting etc! Read on to find out more!

Insurance carriers, attorneys, and third party payers are all demanding documentation to prove that the services you billed for were medically necessary and actually performed. That was enough in the past. Now the game has changed! The stakes are even higher! These same parties now want you to prove that your care is effective as well. Attorneys and Medpay want proof that care is achieving the desired results. Insurance carriers want proof that the care they are paying for is working as well. They also want to know if a patient is at a plateau with progress and has reached maximum medical improvement. A simple “rate your symptoms on a scale from 0 to 10” doesn’t cut it anymore. You need to address activities of daily living, functional capacity and sometimes even the emotional impact a patient’s condition has on their life. Welcome to the world of outcomes assessment!

The good news is, all of the forms are already out there! None of this is hard…but calculating and tracking those scores can be time consuming and quite frankly, a pain in the butt!

But outcomes assessment shouldn’t be viewed as a pain in the neck, but rather a great opportunity to validate your care to the patient and everyone else involved. If you are a Doctor of Chiropractic then outcomes assessment is probably even MORE important to you. Our profession is constantly under attack. You need to seize every opportunity to validate the care you provide!

We spent A LOT of time to put together Microsft Excel spreadsheets that take 90% of the inconvenience out of the whole process. Most of it now involves little more than entering the patient’s responses, recording the scores, and saving the info. Now when a patient or insurance company questions progress with care you can simply calmly open the patient’s computer file and then print off a table listing all of the patient’s scores for every assessment you’ve ever performed from day one!

This is complete with a professional narrative description and explanation of how the assessment is used as well as an explanation of how to interpret the results. Let’s not forget simple, effective, and professional graphs to visually demonstrate the patient’s progress. All of this with a few clicks in a couple of minutes! No more scrambling to get 6 or 8 weeks worth of scores tallied, documented, and interpreted! No more trying to explain to an attorney or insurance company what the heck an Oswestry questionnaire is and what the patient’s score means! Now just click, print, and send!

You don’t need any fancy Microsoft Excel skills to use these files. If you have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer and can open files and have BASIC computer skills you can use these files. Excel skills would help if you wish to customize the files even further…but it’s not necessary. It’s as simple as opening the files in Excel, following the instructions, and typing in data where it is needed!

Your purchase gets you one CD-Rom containing:

1. Microsoft Excel file to calculate, store, interpret and graph up to 20 Rand 36-Item Health Survey, 1.0 assessments.

2. Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the Rand 36-SF, how to implement it and how to use it.

3. One Microsoft Word and PDF file explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained with your Rand 36-SF.

4. Editable file of the Rand 36-Item Health Survey, version 1.0 to print out the actual form.

5. One PDF version of the Rand 36-Item Health Survey, version 1.0. This allows you to print the form out as well. The PDF isn’t editable, but you can use this file format to provide the form for printout on your website, to email it to patients, etc.

6. One Microsoft Excel File for use with the Oswestry Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire. Simply enter the patient’s responses and the calculator in this spreadsheet converts the patient response into the corresponding point value and then calculates the patient’s total raw score. The calculator then goes on to convert the total raw score into the original interpreted disability level specified by the original author! No need to calculate and consult a chart, it’s all done for you! The calculator then automatically and simultaneously converts the total raw score into the end percentage score. Enter this score into the table and the spreadsheet adds the information to the graphs automatically. Track up to 20 questionnaires per spreadsheet saved!

7. One Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the Oswestry Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire form, how to implement it and how to use it.

8. One editable Microsoft Word version of the Oswestry Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire form. This allows you to edit the form as you see fit and print copies of the form.

9. One PDF version of the Oswestry Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire form. This PDF version isn’t editable but you can use this version to print the form if you don’t have Microsoft Word. This version also allows you to easily provide the form for download and/or printout on your website. Use it to email to patients etc.!

10. A set of instructions in Microsoft word and Adobe PDF formats explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained from the Oswestry. Questionnaire.

11. One Microsoft Excel File for use with the Neck Disability Index Questionnaire. Simply enter the patient’s responses and the calculator in this spreadsheet converts the patient response into the corresponding point value and then calculates the patient’s total raw score. The calculator then goes on to convert the total raw score into the original interpreted disability level specified by the original author! No need to calculate and consult a chart, it’s all done for you! The calculator then automatically and simultaneously converts the total raw score into the end percentage score. Enter this score into the table and the spreadsheet adds the information to the graphs automatically. Track up to 20 questionnaires per spreadsheet saved!
12. One Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the Neck Disability Index form, how to implement it and how to use it.

13. One editable Microsoft Word version of the Neck Disability Index. This allows you to edit the form as you see fit and print copies of the form.

14. One PDF version of the Neck Disability Index form. This PDF version isn’t editable but you can use this version to print the form if you don’t have Microsoft Word. This version also allows you to easily provide the form for download and/or printout on your website. Use it to email the form to patients etc.!

15. A set of instructions in Microsoft word and Adobe PDF formats explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained from the Neck Disability Index.

16. One Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the Roland-Morris Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire form, how to implement it and how to use it.

17. One editable Microsoft Word version of the Roland-Morris form. This allows you to edit the form as you see fit and print copies of the form.

18. One PDF version of the Roland-Morris Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire form. This PDF version isn’t editable but you can use this version to print the form if you don’t have Microsoft Word. This version also allows you to easily provide the form for download and/or printout on your website. Use it to email to patients etc.!

19. A set of instructions in Microsoft word and Adobe PDF formats explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained from the Roland-Morris Questionnaire.

20. One Microsoft Excel File for use with the Roland-Morris Questionnaire. Simply enter the patient’s total score for each questionnaire into the spreadsheet table. As you enter subsequent questionnaires into the spreadsheet the spreadsheet file automatically calculates the change in score since last assessment, the overall change in score since the initial assessment, AND the percent improvement overall between the current and initial assessments! The data is also displayed on a very cool graph which allows you to easily show the patient and third parties a visual graph of progress with scores! No need to calculate, type or make your own graphs, it is all INSTANTLY done for you! Track up to 20 questionnaires per spreadsheet saved! In the unlikely event you’d have more than 20 assessments on file for a patient, you simply open another file and continue on!

21. One Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Self Assessment – Boston Protocol Form, how to implement it and how to use it.

22. One editable Microsoft Word version of the Carpal Tunnel Assessment Questionnaire form. This allows you to edit the form as you see fit and print copies of the form.

23. One PDF version of the same Carpal Tunnel Questionnaire form. This PDF version isn’t editable but you can use this version to print the form if you don’t have Microsoft Word. This version also allows you to easily provide the form for download and/or printout on your website. Use it to email to patients etc.!

24. A set of instructions in Microsoft word and Adobe PDF formats explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained from the Carpal Tunnel Self Assessment Questionnaire..

25. One Microsoft Excel File for use with the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Self Assessment – Boston Protocol form. Simply go through and key in the patient’s response to each question on the CTS form. The Excel spreadsheet calculator will automatically calculate the patient’s score for the symptom severity scale, functional status scale, and the overall total score! Enter the calculated functional status and symptom severity scale scores into the data table after each assessment. The spreadsheet will then automatically calculate the overall change in total score and also track and graph entered data. The spreadsheet will automatically create a graph for progress of the entered Symptom severity scale scores, functional status scale scores, and overall score! These are very cool graphs which allow you to easily show the patient and third parties a visual graph of progress with scores! No need to calculate, type or make your own graphs, it is all INSTANTLY done for you! Track up to 20 questionnaires per spreadsheet saved! In the unlikely event you’d have more than 20 assessments on file for a patient; you simply open another file and continue on!

26. One Microsoft Excel File for use with the Quadruple Visual Analog Scale (QVAS) Questionnaire. Simply enter the patient’s score for each of the 4 QVAS scales fore each questionnaire. There really isn’t anything for the spreadsheet to calculate with the QVAS questionnaire. However, enter the scores into the table and the spreadsheet adds the information to graphs automatically. The spreadsheet automatically generates 4 different charts, on to track each QVAS scale (Current Pain, Average Pain, Pain at its Worst, Pain at its Best). Track up to 20 questionnaires per spreadsheet saved!

27. One Microsoft Word and PDF file briefly explaining the QVAS form, how to implement it and how to use it.

28. One editable Microsoft Word version of the QVAS form. This allows you to edit the form as you see fit and print copies of the form.

29. One PDF version of the QVAS Questionnaire form. This PDF version isn’t editable but you can use this version to print the form if you don’t have Microsoft Word. This version also allows you to easily provide the form for download and/or printout on your website. Use it to email to patients etc.!
30. A set of instructions in Microsoft word and Adobe PDF formats explaining how to use the Excel file to score, track, and manage the data obtained from the QVAS form.

We can save you even more time and pre-customize the forms with your name and practice contact information. Simply email your contact information after your purchase and we’ll enter all the information into the documents for you. You can also submit your information online, information is available here:

http://www.clinicallysignificantproductions.com/submitinfo.html

This is very easy to do on your own as well by editing the document headers.

As previously mentioned, you also get a narrative summary for each assessment form in Microsoft Word and PDF format. You simply print this when giving an outcomes summary to a patient, insurance company, attorney, etc. No more explaining over and over again what the purpose of the form is, how it works and how to interpret the score. It’s all done for you. Simply click, print, and then send the documents! The summary directs the reader to contact you if they need additional help understanding the assessment methods.


What you need to use the files:
- Microsoft Excel 2002 or later (or whatever equivalent you might be able to locate to open the Excel files and work with the spreadsheets)
- A Cd-Rom drive on your computer
- A printer to print forms, tables & summaries
- Microsoft Word to open & edit the Microsoft Word files and/OR
-Adobe’s FREE Reader program

Your Price:$24.99
Weight:5.000 oz
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