Your Outcome Tracking Platform
ERPHealth’s enterprise-grade technology leverages the power of patient-reported data to individualize treatment, promote health equity, and position providers as industry leaders.
US Standard Platform
A suite of outcome tracking products for behavioral health
ERPHealth is the US standard outcome tracking platform to deliver measurement-based care for behavioral health. Our products are equipped with tools to improve population health, enhance the experience and outcomes of patients, and reduce the cost of care of our communities.
Secure Patient Access Point on HIPAA Compliant TAP Devices
Increase patient engagement, collect patient-reported data, and gain insight into treatment outcomes with ERPHealth provided TAP devices.
Clinical Research Platform and Patient-Clinician Dashboard
Use patient-reported data to inform individualized treatment, optimize patient-clinician pairings, and track outcomes in real-time with the HUB Dashboard.
Engage alumni with ERPHealth provided post-recovery social content, and allow our Peer Support Specialist to check in during 3-key engagement points.
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Your Secure Patient Access Point
Access our Gold Standard assessment library or create custom assessments to collect assessment data in-house or off-site in a simple, HIPAA Compliant and easy to use manner.
Jane Bohn, MS, LPC
Outreach Clinical Coordinator at Unity Place
Robert Bazzel, BS Behavioral Health Counselor
“What ERP does is remind us that change is not osmotic or abstract; it is a series of self-directed changes that start with assessing our satisfaction in life and its many domains. Change tends to be a momentum game and ERP allows you to find a start point and create your own plan of growth. It’s not about just getting back what you had; it’s about harnessing your potential and staying in a state of growth and improvement. It teaches us to utilize today, because it will never happen again. It shows us that time and potential are a terrible thing to waste. We learn to drive our own change and, just as importantly, sustain that change.”
Heather Wilson, MSW, LCSW Clinical Director at Victory Bay Recovery Center
“I have personally witnessed clients’ transform using ERP in a way nothing else has. Clients are empowered to change their relationships with others, as well as with themselves. ERP communicates individualized treatment in a language that is understood to both the client and the clinician, with a strength-based approach to identify core belief systems linked to maladaptive behaviors.”
Lindsie Brown, LMHC, LPC, CAP, ICADC Substance Abuse and Mental Health Consultant
“I have been around ERP for almost 6 months now and it has really been an eye-opening experience for the substance abuse treatment world. I have been working in this industry as a therapist and clinical director for the past 10 years and I have never seen anything like this before. The ERPHealth Program embodies elements from the biopsychosocial, ASAM, and the 12-step model. ERP is really an amazing thing to see up close and personal, and watch clients enter treatment with no hope, and leave with goals, passion, and stability in their life.”
ERPHealth is extremely excited to be partnering with Jim Carroll, the Former Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and Uttam Dhillon, former Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration to create better outcomes for individuals in recovery from substance use disorder.
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ERPHealth Partners with Regard Recovery and JourneyPure in Latest Outcome Tracking Platform Implementation
PHILADELPHIA, PA (July 5, 2022)— ERPHealth has partnered with Regard Recovery, and their industry leading portfolio co...
ERPHealth CEO and co-founder Eric Gremminger speaks at the Social Determinants of Health Summit in Las Vegas...
Thanks to everyone who made it to the Philadelphia panel discussion, Health Equity: Promoting Culturally Competent Treat...