Many studies have explored the strong link between behavioral health issues and substance use disorders – also known as a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders. Recently researchers conducted a study to identify other factors that may also be prevalent among individuals with that diagnosis. Scientists at the University of Manitoba interviewed 210 students to see […]Learn More
New research indicates that maternal stress experienced as a result of losing a loved one can actually increase the child’s risk of developing mental health issues later on in life. Two Stanford researchers, Maya Rossin-Slater, PhD, assistant professor of health research and policy, and Petra Persson, PhD, assistant professor of economics, evaluated the medical records […]Learn More
In a few years, will the intake process for individuals with behavioral health issues include a simple blood test or MRI as the first step in building an effective treatment plan? Today, most behavioral health diagnoses are formed using client-reported information. Though, we may start to see new care models that actually analyze their condition […]Learn More
What’s interesting about working in healthcare is the pace of change. Research continues to explore new therapies, medications and interventions with the aim of continuing to raise the bar in care quality and effectiveness. In parallel, innovations in new technology are helping clinicians deliver better care. Working together these are poised to bring forth exciting […]Learn More
The Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is one of the most talked about value-based reimbursement models but there is still a lot of confusion about how providers participate. If you’re organization is enrolled in year two of this program, you’ve likely learned a lot. But, given the ever-changing nature of this government-funded model, it’s important […]Learn More
A few times in your career, you may get the chance to make a decision that makes a long-lasting impact on your organization and the people you serve. Buying an EHR is one of those times. Analyzing and selecting the right EHR for your organization’s needs takes a multidisciplinary, methodical approach.Learn More
If you’re a behavioral health and human services care provider, the art and science of crafting an effective treatment plan is, without a doubt, one of the most important aspects of your role. It’s a powerful tool that can help clients work towards their own individual goals and outline how they want to achieve these […]Learn More
Are you part of an EHR search team? If so, you know that it can feel a little overwhelming. Trying to vet dozens of technology vendors and understanding how the nuances of their platforms will meet your business needs is an important yet complex task. We’ve heard this over and over from our customers – […]Learn More
If your behavioral health and human services organization is shopping around for a new EHR, it may seem like a daunting task to evaluate all of your options and pick the platform that’s right for your organization. You can simplify the complexity associated with the evaluation process using an objective, data-driven approach. This reduces your […]Learn More
If your team is taking a fresh look at your EHR technology options, evaluating each vendor’s implementation methodology and track record can help you avoid snafus down the line. Keep in mind that even if you select a cloud-based system, you will need to work with vendor in order to import your data into the […]Learn More
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