CentralReach vs. TherapyNotes

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
CentralReach
Score 7.7 out of 10
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CentralReach, headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, is a provider of electronic medical record (EMR), practice management, and clinical solutions that enable Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and related behavioral health practices to deliver quality autism care for superior outcomes. The company supports ABA space with solutions including precision teaching, clinical data collection, scheduling, billing and learning management. Boasting users among more than 100,000 clinicians and educators,…N/A
TherapyNotes
Score 9.9 out of 10
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TherapyNotes, headquartered in Horsham, PA, offers a practice management platform specifically for behavioral health and therapy providers.
$49
per month
Pricing
CentralReachTherapyNotes
Editions & Modules
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Solo
$49.00
per month
Group
$59.00
per month
Enterprise
$59.00
per month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CentralReachTherapyNotes
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
CentralReachTherapyNotes
Likelihood to Recommend
8.8
(4 ratings)
9.1
(2 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
6.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
CentralReachTherapyNotes
Likelihood to Recommend
CentralReach
For an organization providing ABA service, there really is nobody else that even provides a remotely comparable service. It does have limitations and areas of the system that take more training or are less intuitive than one might hope, but their customer support representatives are generally really helpful and they are pretty quick to make updates to better serve their clients. They are incredible at finding efficient ways to reduce workflow, and while the product can be quite pricey, we have found that it has saved us at least 2 FT admin positions through the efficiency it has created and further frees up our clinicians so that they can focus in more on client outcomes. It's instrumental in our ability to scale our operations across locations. Even with its limitations, it's proven to be in a class of its own in the ABA world.
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TherapyNotes
TherapyNotes is ideal for any size practice with single or multiple providers/clinicians. Its scheduling, billing, EHR, and online portal are great for English speakers but not at all user-friendly to Spanish speakers. It is definitely affordable for a start-up practice and fees associated with merchant services are low compared to competitors.
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Pros
CentralReach
  • CentralReach is easy to use once you get fully trained.
  • CentralReach helps us schedule our appointments, document our services, and quickly convert those sessions into charges to be billed to payors.
  • CentralReach is always evolving and implementing new features to keep up with client demands and the ever changing healthcare field.
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TherapyNotes
  • Connect with clients through the client portal and allows you to share documents.
  • Submits claims to the insurance companies and connects with CAQH.
  • Tech support is phenomenal.
  • Free, secure telehealth platform.
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Cons
CentralReach
  • Scheduling module has its limitations
  • Instant Chat is not robust
  • The App is terrible!!
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TherapyNotes
  • Spanish documents are not available. There is not a way to use Spanish documents that can be filled out online like the English documents; instead, the practice must upload a PDF into the Library, share with client via portal and have then print, fill out manually, and upload for organization review and approval.
  • Sync feature from Client History Form is inconsistent. It may work with some clients but not with all. Sometimes the user has to completely log out and log back in in order to obtain partially parsed information to use in a treatment plan or psychotherapy note.
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Likelihood to Renew
CentralReach
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TherapyNotes
I am a creature of habit and other than some areas (Spanish user-friendliness), TherapyNotes fits the bill for what I'm looking for in an EHR
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Support Rating
CentralReach
It was really good in the beginning and during implementation, now that they have been bought and are scaling support is lacking
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TherapyNotes
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Implementation Rating
CentralReach
No answers on this topic
TherapyNotes
It is easy to do, can be done overnight, and requires no special skill set or guidance from TherapyNotes
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Alternatives Considered
CentralReach
The user functionality is intuitive. The customer service is beyond other products which allows you to be more efficient and effective at using the system. Also, entering programming which is the primary use is very easy and also intuitive. Many parts of the system are connected which auto populate reports for our therapist. On the business side, the scheduling to billing is very effective.
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TherapyNotes
Therapy notes is easier to work with across all domains. Faster and more effective when it comes to writing and entering notes
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Return on Investment
CentralReach
  • CR allows us to streamline across locations, share admin staff across locations and automate multiple processes that previously took administrative and clinical time.
  • CR actively seeks to continue to expand and refine their practices and products, and acquire related specialty services - a critical quality in a field that is evolving as quickly as ours is.
  • Using templates through CR and their scheduling and timesheet features ensures that we have an audit-proof system and that all sessions that we provide are in compliance with regulatory agencies for reimbursement.
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TherapyNotes
  • Saves time specifically with entering notes which means I can spend more time seeing clients.
  • Does not have the ability to enter dual caregivers. Challenging for parents who are divorced and signatures are required from both parents. It is not effective to have two separate portals for the same child.
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