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5 Strategies to Support a Successful EHR Selection and Implementation

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT


  • 5 Strategies to Support a Successful EHR Selection and Implementation

    If your organization is thinking about buying a new Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform and you’re part of the EHR evaluation committee, you need to arm yourself with the right information to help you on that journey.

    Just like behavioral healthcare organizations, no two EHRs are alike. That’s why it’s important that you select a technology solution that aligns with the unique mission and strategic vision of your agency.

  • Driving Recovery in the Opioid Crisis – The Technology to Get Us There

    The impact of the opioid crisis permeates the entire healthcare community, with treatment centers and emergency departments seeing an influx of individuals needing treatment for substance use disorders (SUD). A recent federal study found that foster agencies too, are seeing an increase in the rate at which children enter the foster care system, directly correlating to increases in drug-related hospitalization rates and overdose rates.

  • Industry Averages: Know Them, Achieve Them, Surpass Them

    Do you know the industry average clean billing rate? How does your rate compare? Whether you feel comfortable or feel like your rate needs heavy work, there is always room for improvement.

    Join speaker Hope Winkowski as she covers industry averages for behavioral healthcare billing and how you can measure your own rates and then beat the averages to increase your revenue.

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  • What It Takes to Support Your EMR After Go-Live

    Now that the dust has settled after your electronic medical record (EMR) implementation, what does it take to really support the software and end-users long term?  Not sure how many staff your organization need to support your EMR after go-live?

    During this webinar, speaker Jennifer Forys will identify key responsibilities, their roles and the realistic time it takes to maintain a healthy EMR with happy end-users.

  • Maximizing the Value of Your Data Integration

    The concept of promoting greater interoperability in healthcare has continued to gain steam as stakeholders in the care continuum have discovered the value of sharing data in a meaningful way.

    As a result, more state and federal agencies are offering incentives designed to encourage this holistic approach to client-centric care.

    Though, if you’re thinking about adopting greater data interoperability standards, you could be missing out if you aren’t considering the big picture.

  • How to Spend Your Marketing Dollars on Anything But Marketing

    A unique set of challenges faces addiction treatment centers when it comes to managing Customer Relationship Management (CRM), admissions training, call centers, alumni programs, partners, and utilization review for medical needs. Investing your dollars in marketing before these things are efficient and well managed can waste millions and even cost you your business.

    Speaker Dan Gemp will describe how to focus your efforts and your budgets now for optimal growth.

  • Involving People Who Use Drugs to Design and Deliver Health Promotion Programs for the Population of People Who Use Drugs

    Attendees will learn the history of harm reduction along with the formative role of people who use drugs (PWUD) in addition to the challenges associated with people who inject drugs (PWID). The session will also teach attendees the process of learning how to operate and govern a community-based organization where PWID plays a central role.

     Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Back to the Future: The Evolution of Information Management, Acceptance & Utilization in Behavioral Health & Addiction Treatment

    Evaluate your organization’s readiness for the future of information management and patient engagement. During this webinar, speaker Cory Valentine will describe the historical trends and significance of technology adoption in behavioral health and addiction treatment and what we can learn from the past.  He'll explore how you can apply a culture of complementarity as it relates to information management and utilization to improve outcomes and ensure competitiveness.

  • Behavioral Health and the Patient Collections Challenge

    The ultimate goal of behavioral health is to provide effective, caring treatment that helps patients recover. It’s equally important, however, to focus on patient collections and overall revenue cycle management to ensure you get paid for all the good work you do. But with today’s patients paying higher insurance premiums and struggling with high deductibles, how can you collect what is due while still ensuring satisfaction and a positive financial experience?  And how do you manage bad debt effectively when the No. 1 contributor to bad debt is self-pay patients?