Given the seismic shift from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursements, more behavioral healthcare providers are adopting strategies to coordinate care within their organizations and with other care entities. By working together, care organizations can optimize care delivery, reduce the risk of error, reduce unnecessary costs and make more informed decisions throughout the care continuum.

Why Care Coordination Matters:

Care coordination is not a new phenomenon for behavioral health and human services providers. What has changed is that providers are now under much more scrutiny and care coordination is becoming increasingly tied to reimbursement and risk.

How You Need to Adapt:

Behavioral healthcare providers have new opportunities to document and facilitate the coordination of care using technology.

5 Strategies for Supporting Better Outcomes Using Clinical Quality Measures

Not sure if you’re making the most of your Clinical Quality Measures (CQM)? If so, you’re not alone. To help demystify these national benchmarks in care quality, we’ve put together a few best practices you can leverage to support a more effective, efficient and patient-centered care. 5 Strategies for Supporting Better Outcomes Using Clinical Quality […]

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Adopting Treatment Planning Best Practices: How to Get Staff Support

Many clinicians are adopting new strategies for combining quantitative data from standardized assessments to help inform and optimize their treatment process. Change isn’t always easy. If your organization is talking about adopting some new clinical strategies for leveraging data in new and different ways, it’s important to get support from the individuals affected. HOW TO […]

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[Webinar] Strategies for Integrating Outcomes into Your Clinical Practice

If you work at a behavioral health and human services organization, you likely collect a wide variety of client data throughout the treatment process. Having that information on hand is important, but are you actually putting that data to work? Simply measuring and monitoring outcomes isn’t enough. By using that information to help inform and […]

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How to Select the Best EHR

Whether your behavioral health or human services organization is dealing with the requirements of data integration, right-sized utilization, multiple payment models, increased complexity in reporting, or other changes related to value-based care, your electronic health record system is essential to your work. It makes sense to review your technology choices from time to time, especially […]

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[Tool] Scaling the Managed Care Mountain

A checklist tool for behavioral healthcare leadership teams adopting value-based care As your organization adapts to changing payment models and an increased focus on outcomes, you know the transition to managed care is complex. Successful adoption of value-based care and new payment models requires a team-based approach. This tool outlines the key responsibilities and roles […]

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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 […]

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Evaluate Your Tech Readiness to Thrive in the CCBHC Model

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) require the technology and operations sides of your organization to support your providers and your finance teams in new ways — whether you are a CCBHC or just work with one. Fill out the form to Download our CCBHC tech-readiness checklist and assess your organization’s technological readiness for the demands […]

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Scaling the Managed Care Mountain, Part 2

Finance’s role in value-based care How do you create greater financial predictability for your agency in a value-based care environment? Billing and finance managers are being asked to manage the financial health of their organizations with less revenue predictability amidst much more complex payment models. In a fee-for-service payment model, the equation was predictable: staff […]

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Scaling the Managed Care Mountain, Part 3

C-Suite’s role in value-based care How do you navigate organizational change in a value-based care environment? In moving from fee-for-service to value-based care, C-level executives face a substantive organizational change management opportunity. The types of change they may address include: business processes, staffing models, revenue projections, program mix, and populations served, among other people, process, […]

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