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Simple, straight-forward organization so you can find what you need when you need it.

Share your files across multiple devices and platforms.

Ruby Electronic Docs allows your agency’s direct care support staff to quickly and easily enter the critical information they intake in one place – and access it from any web-enabled device — desktop, laptop, or tablet

  • YOUR CLIENTS

    Enter information about clients, family relationships, contact information and even their history and story.

  • THEIR CARE

    Enter information about medications, emergency issues, treatment plans, outcomes and all that good stuff.

  • THEIR SCHEDULES

    Keep track of office schedules, meetings and visits, important dates and activities and all daily tasks.

  • THE FINANCIALS

    Track billing, expenses, benefits, and important information, protecting the resources of the people you serve.

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ABOUT RUBY

We’re direct service professionals and we are working in the field all the time. We work with people with intellectual, developmental and mental health disabilities. And Ruby Red is the tool we always wished we had to help us do our job.

We know that when you’re working with someone, administering meds, providing on-site training, scheduling family meetings and all the tasks that you must do every day – you don’t have time to write your notes or even find a computer to log in and click on the different screens to enter the information. So, we’ve developed an app that lets you enter what you need to enter, when you need to enter it.

About The Founders

Karen Lapienski-Gaston, Ed.D., Chief Executive Officer
Karen has a diverse background in business with passion, integrity and purpose. She has a doctorate in psychology with over a decade of inpatient therapy, psychological testing, and developing clinical plans. Her mission is as clear as a blue sky on a fog-less day. It radiates from within her heart. It is clear in the empire she leads and within the team she works with.
Tracy Mark Gaston, Chief Operations Officer
Tracy brings a business, entrepreneurial mind from over twenty years in business and over 14 years working in the field with people with special abilities. He started from the ground floor and worked his way to the top. His direct management style is necessary in this field as well as his drive and proven ability to deliver.

TESTIMONIALS

“I don’t use computers, but when I came to Elegant, I was able to use Ruby with ease.”
Anonymous Direct Care Staff

“A ‘not-complicated system’ with all the necessities.”
Dan Smith, Options Unlimited Incorporated

“Communication is better because it is detailed and on point. No better system, straight and to the point without issues.”
Chantel Boswell, Elegant Clinical Corporation

CONTACT US

Interested in purchasing Ruby Electronic Docs?
Or just want to say hello? Either way, we’d love to hear from you!

Call us at 860-519-7077, or send a message below:

 

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