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CARTS

Case Review and Tracking System

CARTS is a Windows based application uniquely designed to help Peer Assistance Programs manage and capture data related to individuals with a chemical dependency or Neuropsychological illness.

CARTS is a result of an exclusive Marketing and Support agreement between Genesis Systems Incorporated and the Physicians' Health Programs of The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society.

CARTS is a result of an exclusive Marketing and Support agreement between Genesis Systems Incorporated and the Physicians' Health Programs of The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society.

Application Features:

Case management including:

  • Secure Notes
  • Summary Data
  • Peer Monitoring
  • Meeting Attendance
  • Weekly/Monthly Check-in
  • Urine Monitoring
  • Individual/Group Therapy

Personal statistics including:

  • Hospitals used
  • Drugs used
  • License Information
  • Peer Assistance Program Involvement
  • Agreement Terms

Monitor Information

Therapist Information

Why Choose Our Product?

Genesis' 16 years of information technology expertise (Genesis provides birth and perinatal software solutions to 33 of the 50 State Departments of Health) combined with PHP's 12 years of knowledge and experience in case management systems makes CARTS the most effective tool on the market. This combination allows us to provide a product with the following characteristics:

Facilitates time efficient case management activities.

Serves as a database and work tool.

Provides an accurate means of tracking and documenting recovery activities.

Application Platform

As a Windows based application, CARTS was designed using Microsoft Visual Basic and Access as the database (can be upgraded to SQL Server). The software can run as a stand-alone application or can be networked across a local area network. Minimum requirements include:

Windows 95, 98 or NT

Pentium 133 MHz processor

32 megabytes of RAM

60 megabytes disk space (can vary based on data volumes)

Super VGA 800X600