What strikes fear into the hearts of many behavioral health and human services professionals? The prospect of making a large EHR software purchase and experiencing a bad (or failed!) implementation. If a new technology platform takes longer to implement than expected, it can drain internal resources, reduce your risk of ‘buy-in’ by internal users and […]Learn More
If you have been using the same electronic health record (EHR) platform for several years, it might be time for a tune-up to maximize the value of your investment. It’s important to periodically reassess what you need from an EHR as product functionality itself may change and more importantly, your agency operations and business goals […]Learn More
Guest Contributor: Eric Krepfle, Revenue Cycle Product Manager at Qualifacts A large part of my job is really all about listening. In my role, I talk to executives, clinicians and finance leaders who work at behavioral health and human services agencies across the country to better understand the challenges they face to understand how […]Learn More
Guest Contributor: Angela Ball, Integrations Practice Manager at Qualifacts Earlier this month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized a new rule that signaled the increasing importance of interoperability in healthcare. At it’s core, this new ruling is designed to accelerate the pace of data exchange among providers offering Inpatient Prospective Payment System […]Learn More
If you work in behavioral health and human services, you’ve likely heard your peers talk about adopting clinical decision support (CDS) tools. While each technology platform varies slightly, in general, they are all designed to help deliver timely information at the point of care to help clinicians make informed, data-driven decisions. Given the rise in […]Learn More
On Monday, July 30, 2018, President Trump authorized an extension where states now have until January 1, 2020, to begin compliance with the EVV law. ————————————————————————————————- Update: Electronic Visit Verification Legislation Delay? If your organization provides Medicaid-funded personal care services and home and community-based services, you’ve likely already heard about Electronic Visit Verification (EVV). EVV […]Learn More
If you work in behavioral health and human services, you play a vital role in the lives of others. You and your colleagues help people who are dealing with issues like intellectual and developmental disabilities, severe and persistent mental illness and families in crisis. That’s why you deserve the right tools that can help you […]Learn More
Contributor: Todd Charest “Behavioral health is fundamentally and profoundly different than acute physical or medical care. Often in Behavioral Health and Human Services, goals and objectives are framed up in terms of behaviors and not procedures. Conditions are more difficult to diagnose and care is more complex and dependent upon environmental factors and relationships that […]Learn More
If you work in the behavioral health field, you’re likely passionate about helping individuals in need. People in your community who are often overlooked – those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health issues and a history of substance use and abuse. But, with increasing regulatory constraints and accreditation requirements, finding more hours in the […]Learn More
We partnered with Behavioral Healthcare Executive to host a webinar about The 21st Century Cures Act’s Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) mandate and how that is expected to impact behavioral health and human services organizations next year. During this event, Jeff Silverman, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Qualifacts, provided an executive overview of the new […]Learn More
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