Category: Case Study

August 14, 2017

Matthew Gramlich of Mental Health Counseling Services on adopting a new software solution How smoothly a software implementation goes in a private behavioral health practice depends on a great many things. The process will likely demand extra time out of clinicians and staff for training and familiarization, in addition to the possibility of extra tasks…
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July 24, 2017

Melody Frye on the transition from employee to private practice owner Behavioral health care professionals, whether they be part of a small private practice or a public behavioral health organization, contribute to the goal of improved population health through their respective channels. As clinicians grow and develop professionally, the best possible fit for their unique…
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July 5, 2017

Carolyn Ramp of Resolution Counseling circumvents logistical costs and resource constraints The total cost of running a business can be hard to quantify without taking all factors into account, and behavioral health care is no different. Practice-related costs come in tangible forms, such as rent, payroll, and office supplies, but equally important (if not more…
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June 7, 2017

Kristin Seitanakis of InterCare Psychiatric Services explains life before and after Valant Finding the right EHR for your large practice isn’t something that can be approached half-heartedly. For Kristin Seitanakis, Chief Operating Officer for InterCare Psychiatric Services, it became apparent just how much an underperforming EHR can hold a practice back. Seitanakis recalled, “We used…
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April 14, 2017

The Three-Day Audit Jodi Province Counseling Services serves clients in five counties of North Carolina, and just had the most positive Medicaid audit possible. After hearing that the audit would come in 30 days, Jodi didn’t panic. Instead, she scanned her client records for any gaps and was soon ready. The Medicaid office told Jodi…
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January 6, 2016

Profile Joanne Allison, Augusta Psychological Associates The Challenge: With their rapid growth, problems emerged in the front office. Scheduling was a nightmare. The front office did the best they could running multiple Outlook accounts, and even a paper calendar for backup, but the schedules were difficult to reconcile; the front office was left with duplicate…
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December 8, 2015

How automation with Valant for practice management equates to quality and growth Profile Jacob Hamm, Gulf Coast Behavioral Health (formerly A&M Psychiatric Services) and Practice Management Consulting Background Jacob Hamm offers a unique perspective as a Valant user in two separate roles: a practice manager for Gulf Coast Behavioral Health, and later the owner and…
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September 9, 2015

Profile David Brody, MD. When Dr. David Brody started his private practice in 2008, he was splitting time with his full-time position at Beth Israel Medical Center. By the middle of the year, his patient load had filled quickly because he was part of the minority of psychiatrists in New York that accepted insurance. His…
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June 6, 2015

Profile Pam Caviness is a licensed clinical social worker and life coach who has been in private practice since 2005, helping adults with a variety of mental health problems. She shared office space and staff with a group of independent clinicians who split the administrative overhead. In 2013, Pam moved her practice to a new…
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January 28, 2015

We’re proud to present our article below in a collaboration between Valant, everythingEHR, and John F. Kennedy University. In our case study about JFKU, you’ll learn about the: Reasons to begin the search for an EHR Needs for technology in a clinical training setting Criteria to evaluate multiple vendors Goals of adoption & implementation Specific…
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