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Important EHR Questions for Child and Family Service Agencies to Consider

Agencies in the child and family services industry have many unique challenges when it comes to achieving success for both the individuals that they serve and for their organization from a business perspective. There are many guidelines and regulations to consider when it comes to providing clients with the care they need and it can be challenging to manage everything successfully. Child and family service agencies, who adopt the right type of technology, such as an electronic health record (EHR)…

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Experts in Home Health Give Thoughts and Advice for 2018 – Part VII

In our previous edition, Home Care Sales’ Melanie Stover contributed her thoughts about the value of referral relationships for home health agencies. In today’s post, our very own Teresa Craig reflects on why home health agencies should focus being able to show their value to partner providers in order to be considered to provide home care to individuals who would benefit most. Understand the Needs of All Stakeholders Home care agencies need to become more a part of the communities…

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Experts in Home Health Give Thoughts and Advice for 2018 – Part VI

Last time in our series featuring home health experts and professionals, OperaCare President Michael McGowan lent his thoughts and ideas about how agencies might shift their approach to care based upon new requirements and regulation within the industry. Joining the conversation on what the industry can expect for 2018 is Melanie Stover from Home Care Sales. Today, she explores how relationships with referral partners are essential to success in 2018. Embrace Transformation My word for 2018 is transformation. The landscape…

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In Case you Missed It: CONNECTIONS2018 Day 3

We’re having a wonderful time in Phoenix at CONNECTIONS2018! Day three was kicked off by a fantastic panel lead by Netsmart Executive Vice President, Corporate Development Kevin Scalia. Joining him were leaders from industry associations, as they discussed issues facing community-based providers. Panelists included American Health Care Association President and CEO Mark Parkinson, National Association for Home Care and Hospice President Bill Dombi, National Association of Medicaid Directors Executive Director Matt Salo and National Council for Behavioral Health Medical Director Joe Parks, M.D. Awesome panel to discuss the…

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In Case You Missed It: CONNECTIONS2018 Day 2

Day two of #CONN18 continued with lots of fun, excitement and surprises. Our own CEO Mike Valentine welcomed visitors in an opening keynote featuring lots of great Netsmart updates and client stories. Full house for the #conn18 keynote! Let’s do this! pic.twitter.com/9hnHlb0XkP — Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) April 9, 2018 During the keynote, Netsmart Senior Vice President, Post-acute Dawn Iddings had the pleasure to formally announce myUnity™, our next generation EHR created to support all care at home and senior living providers…

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In Case You Missed It: CONNECTIONS2018 Day 1

We’re one day in to CONNECTIONS2018 and we’re having such a great time! It’s been great welcoming attendees from client and partner organizations from across the country as they join us to learn, collaborate and build relationships in order to help strengthen the future of healthcare. Hoped to attend CONNECTIONS2018, but couldn’t make it? Don’t worry! We’re keeping you up-to-date on some of the “In case you missed it” moments from #CONN18. On Saturday and Sunday, April 7 and 8,…

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Experts in Home Health Give Thoughts and Advice for 2018 – Part V

Previously, in Part IV of Experts in Home Health Give Thoughts and Advice for 2018, Arnie Cisneros and Kimberly McCormick from Home Health Strategic Management covered their ideas surrounding the approach to value-based care. As we continue with our series, Michael McGowan, OperaCare president, lends his thoughts surrounding how new regulation and compliance requirements for agencies might shift their approach to patient care. Compliance and Quality Equal Growth and Profit Regulatory and compliance updates simultaneously left nine states in the…

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Dr. Dan Reidenberg Empowers Front Line Nurses with Mental Health and Suicide Facts

Suicide. It’s a scary word. It’s also a serious public health issue. As the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., it can affect anyone regardless of age, race, gender or background; it doesn’t discriminate. Every 30 seconds, an individual attempts to take his or her own life. Every 11 minutes, an individual dies of suicide. Mental health and suicide prevention expert Dr. Dan Reidenberg will be addressing attendees at the Nursing Council on April 8 as part of the…

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Experts in Home Health Give Thoughts and Advice for 2018 – Part IV

Last time in our home health experts series, National Association for Home Care and Hospice President Bill Dombi took a high-level approach toward home health’s impact on healthcare as a whole. Today, Arnie Cisneros and Kimberly McCormick from Home Health Strategic Management talk about making the shift from a high amount to a high quality of care. Embrace the “Volume to Value” Transition Healthcare reforms have been slated towards improving the value of care costs for a number of years, and…

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Netsmart Responds to SAMHSA’s 42 CFR Part 2 Listening Session

In January 2018, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) held a public listening session to request information concerning 42 CFR Part 2. The listening session provided an opportunity for the public to offer feedback to SAMHSA regarding Part 2’s influence on patient care, health outcomes and privacy. Currently, 42 CFR Part 2 obliges providers to set aside substance use treatment information from a person’s health record to prevent it from being disclosed to other providers not in…

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