Event 01/28/2020

Beyond The Core 4: What You Need To Survive A Value-Based World: Results Of The 2019 National Behavioral Health Electronic Health Record Survey

January 28, 2020 Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy of Credible Behavioral Health Software

The results of the 2019 National Behavioral Health Electronic Health Record (EHR) Survey shows that most behavioral health providers have fully implemented EHRs, and 41% have the Core 4 functionalities of clinical, scheduling, billing, and reporting fully implemented. However, this Core 4 functionality alone is no longer enough to remain sustainable in the evolving value-based environment.

Organizations now need to look at new functionalities such as data mining/business intelligence, patient/client portals, and social determinants of health data collection and analysis in order to provide high-quality care and services. To find out more on what functionalities are being implemented and have become necessary for a value-based world, we look at insights uncovered in this year’s National Behavioral Health EHR Survey of over 5,000 health and human services providers.

Join us on January 28th at 12:00pm ET to hear Credible Behavioral Health Software Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Matthew M. Dorman, along with OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Joseph P. Naughton-Travers, Ed.M., present this exciting executive web briefing featuring the 2019 Behavioral Health EHR Survey results and insights into the functionality necessary to survive in a value-based world. During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees will learn about:

  • Key findings from the 2019 National Behavioral Health EHR Survey
  • The Core 4 trends and additional functionality being implemented
  • Functionality necessary for survival in a value-based environment

 

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Featured Speakers

Matthew M. Dorman
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Credible Behavioral Health Software

Joseph P. Naughton-Travers, Ed.M.
Senior Associate
OPEN MINDS