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Beds/mattresses - Clinical decision support

June 1, 2010
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Blockhouse Furniture

Blockhouse Furniture, an American manufacturer, is pleased to showcase their VISTA Captain's Bed. Designed with the collaboration of behavioral health experts, the bed has no moving parts and may be mounted securely to the floor, which helps to avoid unwanted access or movement. Natural oak wood gives the homelike feel many clients appreciate while providing the strength and durability the staff demands. For more information, please contact Blockhouse Furniture at 1.800.346.1126 or visit the Web site at

Furniture Concepts

Furniture Concepts has engineered a durable new collection of Tough Stuff! Anti-Contraband bedroom furniture by replacing traditional drawers with tight-fitting shelves that are doweled, glued, and angle-bored to ensure a strong, secure fit. Staff benefits from enhanced visibility and efficient inspections, while administration benefits from reduced initial costs and minimal upkeep costs. All items are available in a Golden Oak or Wild Cherry pre-catalyzed protective lacquer finish. For information, call 800-969-4100 or visit

This End Up Furniture Co., Inc.

This End Up Furniture Co., Inc. offers southern yellow pine wooden beds in a variety of styles. This End Up is known for the durability and safety of their products that comply with the Voluntary Bunk Bed Safety Standards established by the American Society of Testing and Materials. They offer mattress solutions for most applications. Select inner spring or foam cores along with numerous outer options including fluid-proof, bacterial- and fungal-resistance, and flame-resistant. Visit or call (800) 979-4579.

Clinical decision support

ASI-MV Connect

ASI-MV Connect is a web-enabled system for behavioral health assessment, treatment planning, and data management. Developed with support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), this unique program includes: client self-administered ASI interviews in English and Spanish; a validated behavioral health assessment tool for adolescents; clinical reports to assist clinicians with treatment planning; and an online data center for analyzing population needs, trends, and outcomes. A free 30-day trial is available at

CarePaths, Inc.

The eRecord, CarePaths' Internet-based behavioral EMR, is clinically robust and provides decision support for assessment, outcomes, and treatment planning. Outcomes monitoring is facilitated by decision support algorithms that determine the effectiveness of treatment and flag cases that are at risk for a poor outcome. Treatment planning decision support is provided via problem-based clinical pathways that guide clinicians in clinical decisions about type, intensity, and duration of treatment. Learn more at

Credible Behavioral Health Software

Credible Behavioral Health Software provides secure, proven, easy-to-use software for clinic, community, residential, and mobile care providers across the United States. Credible provides fully-integrated clinical, e-prescribing, scheduling, billing, form management, advanced search, mobile, and management reporting functionality. A leading SaaS provider for 10 years, Credible is committed to continuous innovation, an easy-to-use interface and a long-term partnership approach. Learn more at


E*HealthLine's Clinical Decision Support (ECDS) enables physicians to improve healthcare decision-making by integrating PHOENIX EMR, E*Prescribe, and E*Lab. The integration of health observations with health knowledge influences health choices by clinicians for better outcomes. ECDS provides clinicians with the necessary tools needed for cost-efficient and quality healthcare measurements for decisive patient disease management. ECDS improves outcomes, streamlines workflow, and enhances the overall quality of care. Learn more at The next issue's product/service center will focus on staffing/recruitment services and personal health records (PHRs). To participate in these sections, e-mail Behavioral Healthcare 2010 June;30(6):39