To avoid non-compliance, behavioral health and human services providers need to build a strategic roadmap and take measures to ensure successful EVV implementation on time.
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 […]Learn More
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 […]Learn More
Navigate Changing Reimbursement Models With These Industry Best Practices One of the most profound changes in recent years is related to changing reimbursement models with the industry continuing to shift away from fee-for-service contracts to value-based care. Instead of tying revenue to the sheer volume of care provided, government and commercial payers have transitioned to […]Learn More
There is little doubt within the healthcare industry that the emphasis on quality over quantity will likely continue to gain momentum. While most payer contracts still largely favor a fee-for-service model today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is working to accelerate this change with the goal of transitioning 50 percent of […]Learn More
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 […]Learn More
Assessing your technology’s capacity to handle the increasing demands of managed care is a smart move. Managed care requires quality measurement and improvement, performance trend analysis, and sophisticated integration between clinical, billing, and administrative work. This tool will help you assess your organization’s technological readiness for the demands of a managed care world. Fill out […]Learn More
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 […]Learn More
The 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, […]Learn More
The provider’s role in managed care Would you like to create a greater impact in the time you have with your clients? In the new healthcare economy, providers are being asked to do more with less, including spending less time with their clients. With as little as 15 minutes to deliver care to each client, […]Learn More
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