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EHR technology and services from Qualifacts® simplify the complexities facing behavioral health and human services providers. As a strategic partner, Qualifacts helps customers stay focused  on what is most important – client care – by optimizing efficiency and productivity while keeping them ahead of the accelerating pace of change. 



How to Buy an EHR

Tuesday, December 12, 2017 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT


  • How to Buy an EHR

    A few times in your career, you get the chance to make a decision that leaves a long-lasting impact on your organization and the people you serve. Choosing an electronic health record (EHR) partner is one of those times. In any behavioral health and human services organization, the EHR is the thread that ties all your work together, from client contact to data gathering and analysis, treatment planning to outcomes measurement, and coding to billing. Analyzing and selecting the right EHR for your organization’s needs takes a methodical, multidisciplinary approach.

  • Opioid Addiction and Its Effect on Today's Workplace

    Addiction affects employees as well as their loved ones, which can also impact an employee's productivity.  Opioid addiction specifically can lead to an increase in workplace violence, reduce an employee’s overall effectiveness, and ultimately lead to termination of quality employees.

  • How to Best Leverage Multi-Location Digital Marketing Strategies in Addiction Treatment

    With heavily funded private treatment centers expanding faster than ever, a wider variety of treatment options that includes medically assisted treatment (MAT), and more local options with expanding IOPs, there is an opportunity to either expand your own program with great efficiency or leverage your multiple locations for more cost-effective marketing.

    During this webinar, speaker Dan Gemp will explore the economies of scale afforded to you in marketing your multi-location systems of care. Specific battle-tested tactics will be shared.

  • Why Does Outcomes Data Matter?

    In this webinar, Daniela Luzi Tudor and Matthew Meiklejohn will cover how outcomes data can serve as the foundation for supporting relapse prevention and data-driven aftercare planning.  

    “Why Does Outcomes Data Matter?” will explore the components that create legitimate outcomes data and the powerful impact it has on providers, clinicians, and patients.

  • Billing for Behavioral Health in 2018: The Top Billing Changes and Challenges that May Affect Your Reimbursement

    Do you know the difference between "Pay for Performance" versus "Pay for Reporting"? What about “Prospective Payment” versus “Capitation”?

    2018 brings changes and challenges to behavioral health billing, many of which involve understanding how specific reimbursement methodologies based not only on the services provided, but also the related  clinical outcomes, most of which will affect your ability to be reimbursed for services rendered and the care you provide.

  • The Integration Imperative and Your Bottom Line

    Today's market requires more than just data exchange - meaningful data must be incorporated into clinical workflows so consumers can reap the benefits of truly "whole-person" care. But is the desire for integration justifiable in the ever-changing human services industry, including increasing demands amid shrinking budgets?

    During this webinar, AJ Peterson, general manager and vice president for CareConnect and myHealthPointe, proposes that integration is more than a want: it’s absolutely essential for organizational sustainability in uncertain times.

  • Out of Network 201: Hidden Opportunities to Increase Reimbursement for Services You Deliver

    Out-of-network reimbursement remains a viable option for providing addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare services, but many facilities struggle because they are unfamiliar with the intricacies required to run a successful operation with this payment model. In fact, there are many opportunities for reimbursement that are “hidden” to many providers—that is, they do not realize they are missing opportunities to be compensated for services they are rightfully delivering.

  • Preparing for the Future in an Uncertain Market

    Many behavioral healthcare organizations leverage outdated definitions and miss the mark with service offerings, pricing and metrics. Sorting through the avalanche of data and news sources, executives are responsible for identifying risks while committing resources on often incomplete data.

    During this webinar, Credible’s founder and CEO Matthew Dorman, a 17-year veteran of the behavioral health technology industry, will review the current market and deliver a proven method for identifying concrete market risks and the resulting uncertainty.

  • Scaling the Managed Care Mountain, Pt. 3: C-Suite's Role in Value-Based Care

    How do you navigate organizational change in a value-based care environment?

    In moving from fee-for-service to value-based care, C-level executives face a substantive organizational change management opportunity. The types of change they may address include: business processes, staffing models, revenue projections, program mix, and populations served, among other people, process, and technology-related changes.