Event 05/22/2019

5 EHR Best Practices Every Organization Should Implement (Executive Web Briefing)

An electronic health record (EHR) is a vital component for any successful behavioral health provider. The EHR, when implemented and leveraged correctly, can provide increased efficiency, effectiveness, and positive outcomes, while reducing care and service costs. If you have already taken the time to select an EHR or are still looking for the right EHR, be sure to implement the 5 key EHR best practices. These best practices range from mapping workflows to data collection and analysis.

Join us on May 22, 2019 at 1:00pm ET to hear OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, John Talbot, Ph.D. and James H. Dalton, Ph.D., LPC/MHSP, CCMHC, Quality Assurance Consultant at Families, Inc. Counseling Services, present this exciting executive web briefing on the 5 EHR best practices every organization should implement:

  1. Mapping key workflows for efficiency and consistency
  2. Creating a cross-department technology workgroup
  3. Integrating the EHR into the performance management system
  4. Capturing and analyzing data for clinical decision-making
  5. Implementing revenue cycle metrics

Along with outlining the five key best practices, Dr. Dalton will share his experiences related to data capturing and analysis for clinical decision-making.

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Featured Speakers

James H. Dalton, Ph.D., LPC/MHSP, CCMHC
Quality Assurance Consultant
Families, Inc. Counseling Services

John Talbot, Ph.D.
Vice President of Corporate Strategy
Jefferson Center for Mental Health