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Is your practice prescribing medications electronically?

OnTarget’s ePrescribe is a comprehensive, easy-to-use solution for electronic prescribing, designed to ensure you and your service recipients are covered every step of the way. Save time and eliminate phone calls for you and your staff with electronic prescribing.

ePrescribe with OnTarget

Are you adhering to state mandates requiring controlled substances to be prescribed electronically??

Electronic prescribing for controlled substances (EPCS) has gained popularity in recent months as a way to better track opioid use and reduce fraud and misuse. Many states have already implemented their own EPCS mandates, but the federal government and even private companies also have gotten involved. Following the federal mandate, many states have put forth legislations with similar laws. New York, for example, was the first state to mandate EPCS back in 2016. Today, 21 states have an EPCS mandate in place. An additional 17 states have future effective dates and 5 have proposed EPCS legislations. 

If you are already ePrescribing, are your prescribers leveraging our newer functionality that shows bulk refill request and pending scripts? See video below for info.

Make it easy for your MD’s and NP’s to:

• Refill medications

• Receive requests for prescription changes

• Receive Pending Scripts notifications

Check out our help site to learn about OnTarget features that can help your organization.

Bulk notifications, since reliable and speedy communication has never been more important!

Easily send messages at once to all of your OnTarget users!
Or, for added flexibility, send to only a certain group of users – whether by job title or by office location.

OnTarget Notifications

This pandemic has dared all of us to lean into digital solutions more than ever. We are learning new things everyday and in response must adjust to the normal way of operating. Making those adjustments requires constant communication. OnTarget’s notifications feature allows you to do just that.
Communicate easily and effectively with your agency and ensure staff are reading your messages by enforcing their acknowledgement prior to completing any work inside the system. For added insurance, they can also receive the notification directly in their email accounts.

Watch our video to learn how to send messages in a step-by-step tutorial.

Check out our help site to learn about OnTarget features that can help your organization.

The Notifications Dashlet allows you to send task notifications in bulk.  Please note that access to the Notifications Dashlet is typically reserved for security administrator/HR level users only. Restricting this prevents users across the board from sending mass messages and bogging down tasks unnecessarily.

Send forms and capture electronic signatures with OnTarget’s Webforms and Digital Signing workflow.

We know your care is critical during these trying times.

OnTarget Webforms and Digital Signing

The coronavirus pandemic quickly overhauled how healthcare will be delivered with Stay-At-Home, Shelter-In-Place and Social Distancing orders in place.
Getting face to face with service recipients and co-workers is harder than ever. Being able to share critical documentation and to get signatures remotely is vital.
Our Webforms and electronic signatures features allow you to share that critical information along with easily capturing digital signatures.

• Don’t waste it on paperwork.
• Focus on the essential needs.
• Share important information with team members.
• Stay compliant.

Watch our video to learn how to send forms electronically for digital signatures.

Is social distancing making it hard to get signatures? You should try OnTarget’s webforms:

  • Simple and Intuitive
  • High Level of Security
  • Convenient
  • Faster Turnaround

With OnTarget you can request 3rd party signatures and obtain employee signatures through OnTarget’s Tasks.

What’s the cost of a quality integrated EHR for mental health and intellectual or developmental disability service providers?

Whats 1% of your agency?

The Percentage of Cost for a Quality Integrated EHR Agency Management Platform Against Total Billing Revenue. EHR costs should not keep your organization away.

Cost of Quality EHR for IDD and Mental Health Providers
Cost of Quality EHR for IDD and Mental Health Providers

If you are like most agencies, increased costs coupled with flat or declining reimbursement is one of the greatest threats to your business. 

OnTarget is an affordable, flexible, and powerful software solution designed specifically for I/DD and Mental Health provider agencies.

The OnTarget Platform has delivered results to agencies of all sizes. 

For example, an agency with over $30M in billing and $22M in payroll has recognized double digit operating margins for several years utilizing OnTarget.

What CAN 1% of your agency do for you?


1% of your agency is the cost for a quality behavioral health EHR. Let’s talk and get started driving higher performance for your agency right away!

OnTarget, puts the operation of your entire agency in one location. Clinical documentation, Quality Management, Billing, Human Resources, Payroll, and Financial Management are integrated into one platform. Through the use of OnTarget, your agency will see significant improvements in operational efficiencies, increased financial results and enhanced clinical outcomes.

Schedule a demo with us today and learn more.

Read more on how many health care providers have found that electronic health records (EHRs) help improve practice management by increasing practice efficiencies and saving costs.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Announcement

Purpose of this document: On March 3rd 2020 officials with the CDC, NIH, and other agencies urged the public to prepare for the ‘inevitable’ spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) within the United States. Aymira, A Small Miracle and Turning Point Services serves a community with higher vulnerability to influenzas and other respiratory illnesses. We have specified procedures to prevent, identify, report and control the spread of infectious and communicable diseases among staff and services recipients. This document is to provide resources for preventing, identifying and managing outbreaks of COVID-19.

Be Prepared: The following steps can be taken now to prepare.

  • Stay informed about the local COVID-19 situation. Know your resources for up to date information in your local community. Monitor the CDC COVID-19 website and your state and local health department website for the latest information.
  • Review your facility’s emergency plan. A COVID-19 outbreak in your community could lead to staff absenteeism. Prepare alternative staffing plans to ensure as many of your facility’s staff are available as possible.
  • Update emergency contact list. Continuously update emergency contact lists for key partners and ensure the lists are accessible in key locations in your facility. For example, know how to reach your local or state health department in an emergency.

Personal Strategies for Prevention: There is currently no vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. Everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick, at least 24 hours after a fever of 100 degrees or higher.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash immediately. Do not reuse tissue or use reusable cloth wipes.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Follow CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask.
    • CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
  • Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.
  • For information about handwashing, see CDC’s Handwashing website.

Prevention and Detection Policy: Aymira, A Small Miracle, and Turning Point Services will adhere to rules, regulations and recommendations by the Health Department for the prevention and detection of communicable and infectious disease among its staff and service recipients.

In the event of a suspected or actual episode of communicable or infectious diseases among staff and/or service recipient, the Company will enact treatment models and/or activity restrictions recommended and required by the Health Department.  The Human Resources Department and/or designee will report the communicable disease exposure to appropriate government agencies.

Per company policy:

  • All staff who provide direct care, which may require hands-on services to service recipients, are provided orientation and training about blood borne pathogens.
  • Staff will practice precautions regarding exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials by hand washing, wearing rubber gloves and cleanup of bodily fluids.
  • Signed disclosures are required for service recipients (completed/signed by the Legally Responsible Person) and for staff of physical and mental health well-being and absence of communicable diseases and/or any other condition that poses a threat to service recipients and other staff.  If staff or service recipients show any sign of communicable illness or disease, they will be required to halt services until 24 hours after symptoms.   

People who think they may have been exposed to COVID-19 should contact their healthcare provider immediately.

Identifying and Treatment: Current symptoms reported for patients with COVID-19 have included mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. The U.S. CDC believes at this time that symptoms of COVID-19 may appear in as few as 2 days – or as long as 14 days after initial exposure. ­

In the event a service recipient or staff member shows evidence of symptoms or signs of a COVID-19, you should immediately notify your physician and the Health Department.

  • You may receive a physical examination to include laboratory examination as directed by the Health Department.

In the event of a suspected or actual episode of COVID-19, the Program Director, Lead QP, Regional Manager or Supervisor will enact such treatments and/or restrictions on the activities of staff or service recipients as may be prescribed by the Health Department.  The Human Resources Department will report the communicable disease exposure to the local Health Department.

  • If a staff member is affected, he/she will be restricted from the Company’s premises and may be allowed to take accrued sick leave for the period of the prescribed restrictions.
  • If a service recipient is affected, he/she will be isolated, restricted or hospitalized as recommended and required by the Health Department.

The Program Director, Lead QP, Regional Manager or Supervisor shall be responsible for monitoring compliance with treatment measures as suspected and/or actual episodes of COVID-19 arise.