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New Reports in Medicat One Counseling

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May 15, 2024

Leveraging reports to better understand student mental health is vital for college campuses striving to provide comprehensive support services. One powerful tool to help achieve this understanding is the utilization of Medicat One Counseling Reports.

Let’s delve into some of the newest counseling-specific reports now available through Medicat One. Plus, we’ll explore other essential reports that can have a major impact on the way your clinic reports on key outcomes.

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New & Updated Reports Appointment Statistics

We’re excited to introduce the revamped Appointment Statistics report in M1 Counseling. Gone are the days of piecing together disparate data points from various reports in our Legacy platform; this new report offers a holistic view of appointment trends. While the previous iteration provided visit session and type counts, the revamped Appointment Statistics report offers a complete picture of no-show occurrences in comparison to the total number of students being seen. This data empowers providers to not only track appointment attendance but also identify trends and potential areas for improvement in appointment scheduling and communication with students.

Appointment statistics Medicat One

Demographics by School and Class

Along with the Appointment Statistics report, we know many schools we work with have been looking forward to the Demographics by School and Class report. This report offers a comprehensive snapshot of student demographics including appointment types, academic standing, school association (i.e. School of the Arts), ethnicity, gender, and more. No longer do providers need to sift through disparate sources to gather this vital information; this report seamlessly consolidates these data points, providing a clearer understanding of the unique needs and trends within each school and class.

Demographics by school & class

Notes of Concern

On college campuses, early intervention is essential. With the Notes of Concern report, providers can now access a bird’s eye view of instances where a concerned party (i.e. professor) reaches out about a student who hasn’t yet sought a counseling appointment. This proactive approach not only facilitates smoother intake processes but also provides valuable insight into the broader student population, particularly those who may not be actively engaged in treatment. As finals loom, the increase in Notes of Concern serves as a crucial gauge of the community’s well-being, ensuring that no student slips through the cracks of their school’s support system.

Notes of Concern Report

Additional Reports

Beyond the reports mentioned above, Medicat offers a suite of other valuable reports to empower campuses. Some of these include:

  • Staff Appointment Reports: This report goes a step further than the Provider Assignments report and offers detailed insights into average appointment durations by clinic and by provider, frequency of provider-student appointments, and an overview of the types of appointments each provider engages in.
  • Outreach Reports: Provides insights into the effectiveness of community outreach campaigns and campus engagement initiatives.
  • Referrals: This report provides a breakdown of referrals by transaction code and provider, enabling clinics to gain a deeper understanding of referral patterns and dynamics on their campus.

Leveraging these reports enables college campuses to optimize their counseling services and plays a crucial role in end-of-year reporting. By analyzing the data provided by these reports, counseling centers can gain valuable insights into the utilization of their services, trends in student mental health, and the effectiveness of their interventions throughout the academic year.

Additionally, these reports provide concrete evidence of the impact of counseling services on student well-being, which can be instrumental in securing funding, garnering support from administrators, and advocating for the expansion of mental health resources on campus.

Learn about the most commonly asked questions concerning counseling EHRs here.

Key Takeaways

By harnessing the insights provided by these new reports, counseling clinics can streamline operations, optimize resource allocation, and deliver high-quality care to students effectively.

Embracing data-driven decision-making empowers counseling professionals to adapt to evolving student needs, ultimately fostering a healthier and more resilient campus community.

Connect with our team to learn more about the different reports and features Medicat offers.

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