Month: February 2016

February 26, 2016

Although clinicians receive exceptional training, one of the most common sentiments among behavioral health professionals is: “I never took a course on how to effectively run my practice.” In this webinar, “Practice Fundamentals”, Micah Adler, MBA, COO of the Evidence-Based Treatment Centers of Seattle and Heather Grube, VP of Business Operations Development, explain the best…
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February 23, 2016

A quick list of do’s and don’t’s when offering support National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2016 begins February 21st. Eating disorders (EDs) impact millions of Americans every year, and the number of cases has grown at an unprecedented rate in the past two decades. To this day, EDs remain in a notably under-recognized space in…
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February 17, 2016

Have you ever heard the idiom, “there’s no such thing as a free puppy”? Free is a hard price to beat, but at what cost? Here is what you should consider when comparing a free EHR to a subscription-based EHR. 1. Service and support Do you have access to phone and email support? Does support…
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February 8, 2016

If your agency must suddenly respond to a regulatory change or satisfy requirements for an incentive program, how quickly can you do it? How much will it cost you? The organizational challenges of change management can be viewed through a spectrum of difficulty, ranging from simple issues that can be resolved by calling customer support,…
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February 5, 2016

These days, it’s hard for mental and behavioral health care providers to get the financial support they need. Some states slash their mental health budgets deeper each year, even as the demand for better care is gaining momentum nationwide. In response, health care organizations “must pinch pennies and be highly innovative just to be able…
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February 5, 2016

Behavioral healthcare organizations are having to manage tight budgets even as the nationwide demand for care steadily increases. Many are attempting to supplement behavioral health funding with charitable grants and contributions from private donors, and the ability to provide predictable success metrics often determines whether or not funds are secured. Software Advice recently published a…
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