State-Specific Reporting

Get the comprehensive, automated reporting tools you need


Having an easy way to meet the requirements for grant programs and state initiatives that fund critical projects for behavioral health agencies starts with good reporting and data collection. But reporting doesn’t just impact funding. Agencies also need a way to disclose de-identified client data so the organizations supporting these programs can allocate resources and plan for the future.



Our comprehensive DARMHA reporting dashboard delivers high-level insights into the status of your clients and also confirms the information in the report prior to transfer. You can export validated reports directly into the DARMHA system, eliminating the need for revisions and re-uploads.



A comprehensive IBHRS reporting dashboard coupled with streamlined IBHRS payer setup means you can directly export your submission to the IBHRS system and get paid faster.



With the click of a button, NextStep provides you with a With the click of a button, NextStep provides you with a comprehensive DAANES reporting dashboard to ensure your records are as accurate as possible before being validated and exported to DAANES. We also provide a verbal consent checkbox that you can use for all client visits, including telehealth visits, along with a streamlined dashboard for CTSS reporting.

New Jersey


NextStep offers a complete, configurable platform that meets SUDPIP program requirements and provides comprehensive reporting capabilities with night batch files that are automatically generated for easy submission to the NJSAMS directory.

North Carolina


With real-time connection to NC HealthConnex, you’ll have a seamless flow of data between your agency and the state. You’ll also have a more holistic view of your clients’ information so you can better coordinate their care with other healthcare professionals.

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