Improving value, competitive advantage, and sustainability are top of mind for executives of most behavioral health and human services provider organizations. None of these improvements are possible without consistent, high-quality reporting and analytics. Implementing analytics and reporting is much easier than you may believe. Scott Budzien, Data Scientist at Monarch; Adam Falk, Chief Information Officer […]Learn More
This webinar looks at how a Demonstration CCBHC has implemented diversion strategies for people in crisis to decrease emergency department visits, decrease inpatient stays, and divert individuals from involvement with the criminal justice system. In this webinar, you will learn about the relationships and communication processes this CCBHC has built with external entities such as […]Learn More
Michael Porter stated that strategy was really just answering the two most basic questions of an organization: Who do we serve and how do we serve them? While there is elegant simplicity in that phrasing, planned strategic change is a delicate balancing act of managing the present and the future in domains of finance, customer […]Learn More
Behavioral health agencies need EHR technology that offers ease of use, visibility, dashboards, frictionless exchange of info, and awareness of clinical data and updates, all without custom integrations. They also need a platform that can securely integrate into other data-collecting platforms — both those that exist now and those yet to come — to make […]Learn More
With the shift to virtual meetings and hybrid models to provide care to clients and consumers, the feeling that we’ve lost the connection of face-to-face interactions is real. Virtual fatigue leaves us all longing for the “human touch,” but telehealth and other developing forms of digital evaluation and treatment are here to stay. Where and […]Learn More
With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and homework to get prepared for these new ways of managing care. The right technology is essential for providers preparing for a value-based reimbursement model. A robust EHR platform can streamline the care process, drive […]Learn More
More competition, workforce shortages, and changing reimbursement models are making data-driven decision-making more important for health and human service organizational sustainability. Data-driven strategy shifts, coupled with daily actions, are required and can be hindered by cultural norms that maintain status quo and workforce routines. How can you break out of these norms and move to […]Learn More
This webinar will focus on the recent history of interoperability as a part of the overall behavioral care landscape (how we got here). Then we look at what’s ahead from various angles: HIPAA, Cures Act, ONC, CMS, and others, because we know that each of these areas has its own history and roadmap with interoperability. […]Learn More
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 […]Learn More
In March 2020, behavioral health and human services providers faced an enormous challenge. How would they create a virtual workplace in a matter of days and weeks? The complex IT issues alone were enormous, from ensuring staff had all the equipment needed to setting up telehealth solutions and communicating those to clients. As the year […]Learn More
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