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Scaling the Managed Care Mountain, Pt. 1: The Provider's Role in Value-Based Care

Thursday, July 27, 2017 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT


  • Scaling the Managed Care Mountain, Pt. 1: The Provider's Role in Value-Based Care

    Would you like to create a greater impact in the time you have with your clients?

    In the new healthcare economy, providers are being asked to do more with less, including spending less time with their clients. With as little as 15 minutes to deliver care to each client, every moment is critical, and focus must be on outcomes and interventions.

    So how do you get the most value out of the few minutes you have with your clients?

  • Why Your Documentation is Reducing Your Revenue

    When private insurance payers review medical records, they are looking for the documentation to tell the patient’s story, reveal the complexities of their case and reflect the care the client received.

  • Out-of-Network 101: Learn How to Maximize Reimbursements

    As providers survey the landscape today, there aren’t many opportunities to improve reimbursements rates.  Your in-network contracts are hard to change, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements are what they are.

    But out-of-network represents a last, great opportunity for many providers to bring more dollars in the door to improve the bottom-line.

    Join this webinar to hear experts John Bartos and Richa Singh to learn how to find more time to focus on patient care by leveraging out-of-network to increase reimbursements.

  • Better Treatment Through Technology

    The importance of phone calls in the addiction rehabilitation industry can’t be overstated. First and foremost, quick and effective connections between clinics and callers must be established in a way that expedites admissions while protecting the privacy of those seeking treatment. In addition, calls should provide data that helps facilities optimize the performance of marketing, advertising, and customer support.

  • Technology and Online Reputation Drive a Perception of Quality; Medical Consumer Marketing

    Have you ever wondered why institutional healthcare brands are so well respected? Why do we believe treatment is actually better at The Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, and other legacy clinical  brands? The reality is that short of having experienced a specific medical system's treatment firsthand, we are subject to commonplace consumer perceptions of brand, technology, innovation, and reputation.

  • Reach Consumers Where They Are, Boost Staff Job Satisfaction, Achieve Your Mission: Got Mobile?

    Are you among those who by necessity ‘note now and document later’ your service to your clients? Is missing or poor documentation quality causing challenges for your agency?

    There is general agreement that providing care in the community adds a new level of complexity to staffing, care provision, and service documentation. Solving the mobile challenge in behavioral health is at the heart of the industry’s broader effort to improve access to care, positively impact the outcomes of the populations served, and bend the cost curve on healthcare expenditures.

  • Managing the Business of Helping: Overcoming the Myths of Outcomes Management

    John S. Lyons, Ph.D. has 35 years of experience in the pursuit, approach and implementation of outcomes management. Over the course of these experiences, Dr. Lyons has learned that many of the ideas about the nature of behavioral health intervention outcomes, though widely seen as truths, are incorrect. These false beliefs are referred to as the “myths of outcomes management.”

  • Two More Years, Too Many Beds? Competition is More Real Than Ever in Treatment Center Marketing

    Defining the true scope and scale of the addiction treatment market for executives and operators as a healthcare sector service industry is much more difficult than many would have you believe. Government statistics on substance abuse trends do not account for ability to pay for treatment, and the epidemic nature of the disease of addiction is based on total population without segmenting for those seeking help at any given moment in time.