Awesome panel to discuss the issues our community-based providers are facing everyday. #advocate #conn18 @a_dombi with @OfficialNAHC, @DrJoeParks with @NationalCouncil, Matt Salo with @statemedicaid & Mark Parkinson with @ahcancal #BehavioralHealth #postacutecare pic.twitter.com/agceaoz7XZ— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) April 10, 2018
At @NetsmartTech #CONN18 Executive Symposium, expert panel shares their experience and promise of Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics #CCBHC @thebrentmcginty @DrJoeParks, Jeremy Klemanski, Tim Swinfard,@greenscott13 #ntst pic.twitter.com/OKb0Orwv6y— Dave Kishler (@DaveKishler) April 10, 2018
Netsmart Vice President, Interoperability AJ Peterson led a discussion where experts across the care communities we serve talked about the importance of sharing and exchanging information to improve outcomes.
Leveraging technology for #connectedhealthcare. Panel of @NetsmartTech clients from #behavioralhealth, #careathome & #seniorliving talk about integrated info exchange that improves outcomes, reduces length of stay. @ajpeterson28 moderates. #CONN18 #ntst #communitybasedcare pic.twitter.com/7iMiZ1qV0k— Dave Kishler (@DaveKishler) April 10, 2018
Attendees heard insights from real-life examples as Netsmart clients continued to share their experiences and successes through session presentations and panels throughout the day
Kathee Jordan shares the @SevenHillsFound story of their participation in the MassHealth #ACO program as a community partner lead entity with the #conn18 executive symposium crowd. pic.twitter.com/wcxFHUmLr2— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) April 10, 2018
Buzz continued surrounding the launch of the post-acute platform, myUnity™, as attendees were able to see a full demonstration of the solution firsthand. Most of the excitement centered on how easy it was for clinicians to use while still being able to meet the unique needs of home care, hospice, senior living and skilled nursing environments.
.@PetrizzoTom discusses how @NetsmartTech #KPI dashboards help @TriCountyMHS track clinical and operational data to improve client care and meet #CCBHC reporting requirements #CONN18 #ntst pic.twitter.com/QKSTPo6iLW— Dave Kishler (@DaveKishler) April 10, 2018
Friday, November 08 | Legislative/Policy,Post-Acute Care,EHR Solutions and Operations,Partnerships and Collaboration
Dive into the finalized changes released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to the Home Health Final Rule for the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) that will go into effect on January 1, 2020.More
Thursday, November 07 | EHR Solutions and Operations,Thought Leadership,Care Coordination,Interoperability
To be considered truly interoperable, providers' health IT must be equipped to do more than simply send and receive information. Learn how seamless connectivity across the healthcare spectrum places the person at the center of care.More
Thursday, October 17 | EHR Solutions and Operations,Thought Leadership,Care Coordination
When evaluating health IT partners, it is vital to know that there are different interpretations of interoperability. If not taken with an optimal approach, many organizations can find themselves missing the right connections on their journey to integrated care.More