Durham, N.C. — Duke University Behavioral Health Informatics, a behavioral healthcare electronic health record (EHR) technology provider, announced that The Bridge Inc., headquartered in Gadsden, Ala., has selected MindLinc, as their comprehensive behavioral health EHR solution.
“We are very excited to be working with The Bridge. They are a leader in addiction treatment in Alabama and we are pleased to become a partner in their programs,” states Deo Garlock, Executive Director Duke Behavioral Health Informatics.
Tim Naugher, Executive Director of The Bridge, Inc. said he is excited to be working with Duke University Behavioral Health Informatics. “The process of interviewing, reviewing, analyzing and selecting an electronic medical records provider was a multi-year process,” said Naugher. “In the end, it was an easy choice to go with MindLinc. Our clinical staff members were very impressed with the functionality of the software.”
The Bridge currently operates 21 programs licensed/certified by the Alabama Department of Youth Services or the Alabama Department of Mental Health. These programs include residential addiction treatment, outpatient addiction treatment and community-based services.
MindLinc-Duke’s ONC-ARRA Meaningful Use Certified Behavioral Health HIPAA-compliant comprehensive, clinician/patient-centric workflow electronic behavioral health care management and decision support system seamlessly integrates scheduling, eligibility-authorization, registration, clinical care at all treatment levels, task management, and billing-claims management to help customers’ improve quality and outcomes of care, productivity, and financial and organizational performance.
- Fully Customer-Configurable to Match User’s Workflow
- Industry-best psychiatric and substance abuse functionality
- Integrates patient and family involvement
- Decision Support Rules Engine
- Measurement and Outcomes Tools
- Global Anonymized Database to Benchmark organization performance, and improve care
- Increase revenues: P4P, ePrescribing, research, grants
- Hosted or Client Server delivery model