Month: June 2016

June 30, 2016

Three questions behavioral health practices must ask. EHR systems have become a modern staple for many behavioral health organizations. Both large and small practices have come to see value in the automation and convenience an EHR provides, but circumstances change over time and new needs develop. At a certain point the effort to maintain an…
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June 22, 2016

Technology’s role in the migration to integrated care in Washington. Healthcare is dynamic: the needs of the industry evolve over time, medical research inspires new methods of care, and new regulatory measures are introduced in an attempt to produce the best possible population outcomes. Time moves forward and the only thing that remains consistent is…
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June 10, 2016

Just as behavioral health providers focus on specific matters for their patients in ways that aren’t typically expected of a general practitioner, a specialty-driven EHR is better equipped to accommodate the specialization for which it is designed. Behavioral health practices have unique workflows and reporting needs, and find more value in a software solution that…
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June 2, 2016

Technology, the quadruple aim, and the ambitious goals of the “lab state”. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is preparing to ask the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for approval of an ambitious plan to enhance the state’s Medicaid program. The plan is essentially a two-pronged effort to improve the…
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