Ready Set Connect is a fully integrated online therapy software platform to connect children with clinicians and specialists they need. The platform helps both educators and clinicians by streamlining patients’ progress notes, maintaining behavioral health EHR, setting schedules on the calendar, managing appointment reminders, and recording data on progress. Ready Set Connect is HIPPA-certified and offers a high level of data security.
Users can sign-up to try Ready Set Connect free for 30 days — the best part is that no credit card is required. The free trial comes with the Basic Plan, but users can upgrade the plan at any time.
Ready Set Connect has gone to great lengths to maintain the highest levels of security and confidentiality. The company stores all its data securely on the cloud and will not use or disclose Protected Health Information other than as permitted.
Ready Set Connect is also compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Ready Set Connect increases efficiency and allows clinicians and educators to perform therapy services with its hassle-free pediatric therapy software. Users can automate processes and treatment plans, streamline patient progress notes and record progress, keep all session notes, track data, send and receive messages through real-time secure messaging, the ability to engage in live interactions from anywhere.
The software is accessible from any internet browser and is easy to use.
Depending on how many people will be using Ready Set Connect, the software offers reasonably priced plans. The Basic Plan only allows for one user but is just $29.99 per month.
Here is a quick look at Ready Set Connect’s pricing structure:
Unfortunately, there is only one video showing how Read Set Connect’s software works. While the video does show a few aspects of the therapy software, it would be nice if the company included more and explained each of the available features — that way, potential users could decide if Ready Set Connect is right for them.