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Four HHS providers select Netsmart's TIER EHR

February 23, 2012
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Netsmart's TIER (Totally Integrated Electronic Record) electronic health record (EHR) solution was selected by four health and human services providers. Interface Children & Family Services of Camarillo, Calif., Hope by the Sea of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Quapaw House, Inc. of Hot Springs, Ark., and St. Louis Regional Psychiatric Stabilization Center of St. Louis, Mo., all selected Netsmart's Complete ARRA-certified TIER family of clinical and practice management solutions to provide them the highest level of care coordination and operational efficiencies.
"TIER provides benefits that are ideal for targeted health and human services providers to enhance clinical workflows, make operational processes more efficient and improve revenue cycle management," said Michael Valentine, chief executive officer, Netsmart. "It is because of these benefits that we acquired the TIER solution as an ideal addition to our family of solutions. These recent wins further validate our belief that adding these solutions and very talented people would accelerate our journey on many fronts."
"Netsmart is a well-established company with a client base that includes some of the nation's premier behavioral health treatment facilities. They were also the only vendor we identified that was able to dedicate the development and training resources to help us meet an extremely aggressive installation timeline," said John Eiler, president, St. Louis Regional Psychiatric Stabilization Center.
St. Louis Regional Psychiatric Stabilization Center is a not-for-profit facility designed to help persons in psychiatric crisis. The Center provides consumer-focused care through a 24-hour crisis access center, brief treatment unit and licensed and accredited staff that is able to direct the consumer to further medical, social and psychiatric services.
Established in 1973, Interface Children & Family Services has a mission of strengthening children, families and communities to be safe, healthy and thriving. The agency provides mental health, family violence intervention, youth and family strengthening, 2-1-1 information and referral and training/technical assistance to more than 26,000 individuals annually.
Hope by the Sea is a residential treatment center that provides individual treatment plans for drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation. The program focuses on dual-diagnosis and offers group, individual, residential, out-patient and long-term care.
Quapaw House, Inc., provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment through short- and long-term residential, outpatient services and day programs that enable clients to find a new way of life and return to society as productive individuals.