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 be able to track additional demographics and also see the transfer history of clients. Another new feature in Version 17, which we received multiple requests for, is side-by-side comparison graphs for clients who have completed multiple episodes of care.
We have added Relative Effect Size to the Key Performance Indicator’s report as many of you have asked to be able to take advantage of the dashboard reporting parameters (age, time frame, active, inactive, timeframe, etc) for this important KPI. The Relative Effect Size provides a measure of the effect of treatment compared with the grand mean (mean of the mean) of the effect of treatment for other clients in MyOutcomes' extensive database with identical intake ORS scores. A positive relative effect size means an effect above average, a negative relative effect size means an effect below average. A relative effect size of 0 means the effect is average compared to the norm. A zero reflects the average performance of those individuals who started with the same ORS intact score.
For those of you who have embraced tagging, you will be excited to learn that you will now be able to tag inactive clients without having to re-open them. Additionally, you will be able to run aggregate stats and dashboard reports and apply and/or logic when selecting multiple tags. Mass back end uploading of client tags will also be available for a fee.
MyOutcomes Version 17 will be published June 10th. We will be providing a sneak peek soon for those who are curious.
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