Taking the Anxiety Out of Interoperability
A proven methodology for integrations
Interoperability is the name of the game in behavioral healthcare today, but getting there isn’t always easy. Successful integrations share a few things in common: They start with a shared goal and a step-by-step process to solve clinical challenges, improve productivity, or achieve other strategic priorities.
Hear how your peers from leading behavioral health organizations solved interoperability challenges through recent integrations—and what they wish they’d thought about ahead of time.
This webinar is hosted by Angela Ball, Qualifacts Manager of Integration Practice Services, and she shares share how-to tips and a dependable integration methodology, in a conversation with behavioral health providers highlighting the business drivers that inspired their move to interoperability, and the benefits they have reaped.
This webinar will show you how to:
- Build a business case for integration
- Understand the voices and team members you need to include to make your integration a success
- Adopt a proven methodology for meeting clinical challenges and achieving business success by connecting strategically with integration
Angela Ball manages the CareLogic Integration Practice, and is one of its founding builders. She draws on her 20 years of project management leadership and process improvement, in integration projects and other healthcare IT work, to lead teams through the technical elements of standard and custom interface integration, to achieve product value for interoperability through Meaningful Use, patient portals, and business intelligence, lab integrations, and integrated care.
Angela has helped Qualifacts implement an industry leading interoperability tool set to connect CareLogic with 3rd parties to intelligently communicate and exchange any structured, standard or proprietary data through HL7 or our application programming interface (API). We partner with all existing and new CareLogic customers to identify their business integration needs to develop standard or customer interoperability solutions.