SOAP 2.0 Benefits
Change Note Types While Documenting
Accessibility with Keyboard
Plan of Care Alerts
Carry-Forward on All Fields
Auto Scrolling Through Documents
Quickly navigating through a note is easy because SOAP 2.0 notes are all on one page. No more scrolling to the top of a note to click on the Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan, or Billing tabs. Plus, SOAP 2.0 automatically scrolls through the page as the therapist tabs through each field.
Faster Faxing and Batch Printing
Primary and Secondary Payer Information Displays
Document Updates to OMT’s
Documenting ROM or Strength in a Daily Note
Content, Content, and More Pediatric Content!
Comment on CPT Codes
Need to clarify why the CPT code is being used? Add a comment under the CPT code to document activities. It will even carry forward from note to note and appear on the finalized note.
Easily and dynamically add content based on your pathology using WebPT Standard Profiles.
Add Note Content On the Fly
Therapists can easily search for the content they are looking for and add it directly in the SOAP note with the Content Search Drawer.
Quicker Documentation of Current Functional Limitations Impacting Prior Level of Function
This subsection provides therapists a more streamlined way to document current functional limitations that a patient was able to perform prior to the injury onset date compared to the long list of items to document in 1.0.
Load Notes Quickly
SOAP 2.0 is lightning-fast and user-friendly, making documentation a breeze.
More Customized Documentation
SOAP 2.0 offers a greater level of customization and flexibility with the ability to create templates that have pre-populated problems and goals. Therapists can also remove entire subsections or fields that are not relevant to the company’s documentation needs. Additionally, multiple profiles can be added to a single note making the treatment of multiple body parts a breeze.
Modern and Easy to Read Layout
SOAP 2.0 displays the completed sections of the note in a readable format during the documentation process, offering an instant preview of what the finalized note will look like.
Custom alerts are a great way to identify patient-specific needs, like if a patient is a fall risk or has a latex allergy.
Payer alerts notify your therapists of primary and secondary payer requirements as charges are entered into the note. For example, these alerts will let your therapists know that a payer has a max of three units per visit or do not bill Therapeutic Exercise for this payer.