Wednesday, May 30 | EHR Solutions and Operations, Netsmart in the Community, Care Coordination, Human Services, Interoperability, Post-Acute Care, Videos

Managing Care for Co-Occurring Conditions

By Netsmart

When it comes to being able to provide the best care possible, it’s important for providers to be able to exchange and receive vital patient data – spanning both behavioral and physical healthcare – so they can have all of the relevant information at hand to make the best care decisions and achieve the best possible outcomes for their patient.

Watch the video below to follow Maria through her journey as she works with her providers to successfully manage the multiple conditions affecting her health.

 

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