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Staffing/Recruitment Services - Personal Health Records (PHRs)

July 1, 2010
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Staffing/Recruitment Services

FasPsych, LLC

FasPsych, LLC represents a group of licensed psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners who are able to provide ongoing coverage, via video teleconferencing and other web-based platforms, to behavioral health agencies in need of prescribing clinicians. FasPsych's mission is to provide immediate, innovative solutions to the ever-growing demand for behavioral health services and decreasing pool of qualified professionals. All FasPsych clinicians have extensive behavioral health experience and are skilled in providing services to diverse clients. Visit

http://www.faspsych.com for more information.

PsychPros

PsychPros matches qualified, credentialed job candidates to temporary, temp-to-hire, direct hire, and executive search assignments across the U.S. PsychPros is owned and operated by behavioral healthcare professionals. PsychPros provides organizations with access to an exclusive set of search strategies, such as: PsychSearch, a national databank with over 25,000 active job seekers; sourcing networks of colleagues across the country; Internet postings and advertising on job boards; and expert recruiters. Personnel offered are executive staff, clinical staff, and support staff. For more information, contact Holly Dorna at 513-333-4770 or visit

http://www.psychpros.com.

Personal Health Records (PHRs)

Afia, Inc.

Afia's innovative approach to helping organizations design and implement PHRs employs a user-centric methodology to develop progressive features and gain support from behavioral health staff and consumers. Regardless of the vendor, a successful PHR requires a delicate balance of privacy and transparency. Afia meets directly with consumers and staff to determine the most effective system design and adoption strategy for each unique organization. Including both groups assures that the PHR becomes an effective clinical tool. For more information, visit

http://www.afiahealth.com or contact Jeremy Nelson (

jeremy@afiahealth.com).

Caring Technologies, Inc.

Behavior Imaging (

http://www.caringtechnologies.com) enables health and education professionals and their organizations to remotely interact with patients, specialists, and other staff members while building a library of shareable assets and a continuous health record. Features include a shared digital library, secure messaging, administration tools, fax/scan solutions, paperless forms, video capture, and Excel-compatible reporting. Behavior Imaging is used by behavioral health centers, over 500 U.S. classrooms, the U.S. Air Force, and universities around the world.

E*HealthLine

The VITAL PHR enables real-time, secure access to up-to-date personal health records. With VITAL, consumers have the ability to retain, capture, exchange, review, update, track, and control their health records, and provide real-time communications with their providers for prescription refill and consultation. With VITAL, the consumers have the ability to store their health data within a health bank that can be accessed and shared with family members and/or healthcare providers, anytime and anywhere. Visit

http://www.ehealthline.com.

Sigmund Software

Supporting a long-term vision of a single, comprehensive patient health record for each patient, Sigmund's solution includes a web-based, health information exchange system, powered by InteHealth. The patient health record provides a patient-centric approach, empowering the patient to manage their health, and provide access to their complete health record from all sources to those who need it. For more information, visit

http://www.sigmundsoftware.com or contact Cory Valentine, director of client development, at 800-448-6975 or

CValentine@SigmundSoftware.com.

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Behavioral Healthcare 2010 July-August;30(7):35

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