Many therapists are looking for a way to document on the run. This means that they are looking for a way to become paperless, much like many other professions. This saves the mounds of paper that over the course of the years has become insurmountable. I frequently talk about using MS OneNote for all of these documents. Not only can you create a template like this one. You can also print out your documents for immediate submission if you have access to a printer. In the event that you do not have access to a printer, you can certainly e-mail it through a HIPPA compliant service, like hushmail.com.
If I really need to print out a report for one of those meetings that are occurring today, you can absolutely do so.
You can do the same thing with your Medicaid notes and many other note forms that you will need. I have never had to use a specific form for a consult but I developed one anyway for me to keep track. Each of the cells in these tables will expand to the size needed, once you start entering information.
This is the note form that I created for my Medicaid notes. It works well and is accepted by any agency that I work with.
I do not find it as easy to create templates in the free version of Evernote. I am a OneNote girl!
Enjoy your weekend,