Perhaps you’re currently using paper and pen to record client notes, and you have a cabinet full of paperwork. Though you understand the security benefits of moving to an electronic system, and though you know that it could save you time and space, the prospect of moving your files online can be rather daunting.
If something happened to you tomorrow, what would happen to your clients?
Could a trusted colleague reach them? bacpac trial users challenged us to find a solution to this issue without compromising client confidentiality; a sort of living will for therapists.
Is it possible to keep accurate client and business records without spending all of your free time on admin? It’s a question that we know therapists contemplate frequently, and one that we gave a lot of thought to when developing bacpac.
bacpac was created especially for counsellors and psychotherapists, and we’re determined to make sure that the program remains the patient management system that best meets your needs.
The therapy professions use many outcome measures to assess the efficacy of treatment, and over the last 10 years or so, one of the most popular systems for counsellors has been CORE. Paper versions of CORE questionnaires have always been freely available; however, electronic versions were available only to users of the CORE IMS (Information Management System).
bacpac was designed to ensure that your client records are safe, secure and completely confidential.
The software is hosted on a secure hosting platform by Mayden – we’re the company behind bacpac, and have over 10 years of experience developing protected software for the NHS, voluntary services and the private sector.
Welcome to the brand new bacpac blog. Thanks for dropping by! We wanted a way to share useful information, stories and news with our bacpac friends. We hope you will find it interesting and helpful in equal measure…
bacpac is unique. It’s the only client management system that was developed specifically to meet the needs of counsellors and psychotherapists working in private practice.