As CEO Mike is responsible for setting our vision and strategy, assuring the accomplishment of business objectives, securing resources for growth, and working with the executive management team to support our mission and vision on behalf of our clients.
He joined the company in May 2011 from Cerner Corporation, where he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He held a succession of business ownership roles during his 10-plus years at Cerner. Prior to his role as COO, he maintained ownership of all client delivery and relationships for Cerner’s worldwide operations. This included serving as a driving force behind the advancements made in the predictable delivery of Cerner’s solutions to its clients – most notably the standardization and centralization of Cerner’s delivery mechanisms. Additionally, under his leadership, Cerner advanced its solutions through innovations with key client partners and other strategic partners.
Prior to joining Cerner, Mike started and managed a Midwest-based technology solutions and services company for two years. Before that, he was an executive in telecommunications and technology industry groups for seven years at Andersen Consulting.
Mike serves on the board of directors of Streamline Health Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: STRM), a leading provider of SaaS-based enterprise content management, business analytics, computer assisted coding and clinical documentation improvement solutions for healthcare providers.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Kansas State University.
Michael is responsible for the development and delivery of our high quality, innovative software solutions. He and his team work with clients and other key partners to ensure our solutions continue to lead the industry in innovation and overall value.
Prior to joining Netsmart, Michael served as director of Information Systems for Introspect Healthcare Corp., a behavioral health provider for troubled children and adolescents in the Southwest. His responsibilities included software applications, overall systems integration and all data analytics. Prior to that, Michael gained extensive experience as a software architect and developer for enterprise hospital information technology solutions.
Michael received a bachelor of science degree in Computer Information Systems from St. Josephs College.
Dr. Denny Morrison leads our clinical team in transforming clinical care in behavioral health by focusing on evidence-based practice, recovery- and research-based care, coordinated care planning, and the integration of behavioral and primary care.
Denny has worked in the behavioral health field since 1969. Academically, he holds two Masters degrees in Psychology and Exercise Physiology from Ball State University. His doctorate is in Counseling Psychology also from Ball State University. He is co-inventor on a patent for a behavioral healthcare outcomes software product.
Prior to joining Netsmart in 2012, he served as the CEO of the Center for Behavioral Health (CBH) in Bloomington, Indiana since 1995. CBH was the first behavioral health company to ever win the JCAHO Codman Award for excellence in the use of outcomes measurement to achieve health care quality improvement; the second to win the HIMSS Nicholas E. Davies Award for Excellence in the implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHR); and the only organization in the world to have won both awards. In 2007, CBH was awarded the Negley Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Risk Management.
In May 2008, CBH merged with three other CMHCs creating a $120 million multistate provider organization serving 70,000 consumers per year. To integrate and manage all the Research and Information Technology services for the merged entities, a new corporation, Centerstone Research Institute, was formed and Dr Morrison was named its CEO. At CRI, Morrison was responsible for integrating four different EHRs across two states into a single, homogeneous EHR that is completely internally managed and serves 1800 employees, approximately 1400 of which are clinicians serving 70,000 patients per year across two states.