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Tracking Home Visiting Effectiveness in Oregon (THEO) is a data system that collects home visiting data.
THEO cannot be used offline.
All access to THEO will require a secure login. Users will access data in THEO based on where they work and what access they need to perform their jobs.
THEO can upload PDF documents from a user’s file directory. Users with the right security permissions can also export (download) data in a .csv file format that Microsoft Excel can open.
THEO has the following security features built into the system.
Yes!! You can enter data directly into THEO or use paper forms and enter them in THEO later. If a home visitor has an internet connection on a home visit, then they can enter data directly into THEO while they're on the visit. Unfortunately, at this time, you must be connected to the Internet when using THEO. It is not accessible offline.
Agencies are required to enter MIECHV data into THEO within 14 calendar days of
the encounter per the terms of their new contracts. This expectation was
established to ensure timely entry and reporting accuracy.
Local Implementing Agencies are required to enter data into THEO within 10 business days of a visit per the terms of their contracts. This expectation was established to ensure timely entry and reporting accuracy.
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*If you need to email client information, please request a secure email from
THEO Application Support*
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