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Behavioral healthcare organizations are subject to a whole host of laws and mandates that govern multiple facets of the business including the delivery of care, billing, client privacy and the exchange of data. In order to reduce the risk of incurring fees and penalties, it’s vital for care entities to comply with applicable regulatory guidelines.

Why Compliance Matters:

Regardless of the changes in the healthcare landscape, providers will need to continuously adjust and adapt to meet regulatory and compliance changes.

How You Need to Adapt:

The role of compliance within behavioral health continues to expand, requiring additional knowledge, skills and technology for organizations to stay compliant and plan ahead.

[Webinar] Providers Growingly Concerned About EHR Functionalities & The Technologies Needs For Future Service Delivery & Reimbursement

We’re bombarded with stories about electronic health records (EHR) evolving to become more flexible and use more services like blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and artificial intelligence, but what do your peers report firsthand? We recently concluded the sixth annual National Behavioral Health EHR Survey in partnership with OPEN MINDS and found that 53% of provider organizations report their […]

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The Right EHR Partner for CCBHCs, with Experience Across Funding Models and Federal and State Compliance

Challenge Becoming a CCBHC and maintaining compliance is a complex process. Whether your organization’s path there started with an original SAMHSA demonstration grant, a subsequent expansion grant, or a State Plan Amendment, the CCBHC services framework requires an EHR that supports data sharing with partner organizations,  treatment plans aligned with evidence-based practices, new payment models, […]

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Hillsides | Implementation Success

Challenge The ability to interface with the Integrated Behavioral Health Information System (IBHIS) is the first checklist item that provider organizations who use the system look for when selecting an EHR in Los Angeles County. The Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) provides behavioral health services to LA County clients in partnership with contracted Legal Entities (LEs) and […]

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Continued Commitments to Information Sharing, Interoperability, the 21st Century Cures Act, and State Health Information Health Exchanges (HIEs)

Executive Summary Qualifacts + Credible continues its commitment to and support for information sharing, interoperability, the 21st Century Cares Act and state Health Information Exchanges (HIEs). Both the CareLogic EHR and the Credible Behavioral Health EHR platforms are designed to strategically future-proof customers from the ever-escalating information-sharing requirements of payers, MCOs, and Federal, regional, state […]

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The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Model (CCBHC) for Integrated Care Delivery

Introduction  SAMHSA describes the original CCBHC demonstration program as a new model for care delivery and “an opportunity for states to improve the behavioral health of their citizens by providing community-based mental and substance use disorder services; advancing integration of behavioral health with physical health care; assimilating and utilizing evidence-based practices on a more consistent […]

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Keystone Human Services | Efficiency, Disability, and Transparency Across Clinical Documentation, Billing, Reporting and Compliance

Challenge Working across Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, with international programs in Moldova and India, Keystone Human Services offers a broad array of services in the areas of intellectual disabilities, mental health, autism, as well as Head Start services and place life-changing service dogs with children and adults. KHS provides technical assistance to governments, […]

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[Webinar Recording] The 21st Century Cures Act & the ONC Cures Act Final Rule

The 21st Century Cures Act is sweeping legislation that’s affecting all behavioral healthcare providers across the United States. Of particular interest to providers is the ONC Cures Act Final Rule, which implements a number of compliance deadlines related to data accessibility and information blocking. Moving forward, providers will need to offer efficient, timely access to […]

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