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 EHR does not have all the functionalities they need. Only 19% report their clinical, scheduling, billing, and reporting and analytics functionalities as meeting their needs. These Core 4 functionalities are crucial to service delivery and organizational sustainability.
Watch our free webinar presented by OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Joe Naughton-Travers, to hear the results of the 2021 OPEN MINDS National Behavioral Health EHR Survey and what your organization can do to plan for the next advances in health care technology and service delivery. Mr. Travers also discusses the growing concern among providers and what functionalities to be looking at for future service delivery and timely reimbursements.
Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will learn:
- Hear what executives of provider organizations across the country think about the performance and capabilities of their current EHR system
- Understand what EHR functionalities will be critical for service delivery, reimbursement, and organizational performance going forward
- Learn how current EHR functionalities are stacking up against the needs of provider organizations (which functionalities are meeting the needs… and which are falling short)
- Examine the full results from 2021 OPEN MINDS National Behavioral Health EHR Survey with OPEN MINDS’ Senior Associate & Technology Practice Lead, Joeseph P. Naughton-Travers