Thursday, August 30 | Cause Connected, Human Services, Netsmart Culture, Partnerships and Collaboration, Thought Leadership, Who is Netsmart?

Mental Wellness Is Key to Healthy Companies and Communities

By Tom Herzog, Chief Operating Officer

As the prevalence of mental health conditions continues to rise, access to support and resources is crucial. Netsmart recognizes this need and is dedicated to supporting the well-being of our associates and communities.

Netsmart COO Tom Herzog addresses the specific measures we are taking to increase awareness and access to mental health resources.

Check out NetsmartLife to learn what inspires and continues our pursuit to be the ripple of goodness.

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Achieving Improved Patient Care Through Adversity: Hospice of Washington County and Care Synergy Discuss Challenge and Solution

Thursday, June 17 | Thought Leadership

Ernesto Lopez, CEO of Hospice of Washington County, and John Blaschke, chief information officer of Care Synergy, to participate in an interactive conversation led by Mike Dordick, senior vice president of post-acute strategy at Netsmart and president of McBee, about the future of hospice.

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Becoming a Hard Target

Thursday, June 17 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Post-Acute Care

The healthcare sector continues to be a leading target for ransomware. Don't let your organization fall victim to a ransomware attack. Discover how to keep your cyber backdoor secure through patching efforts and other effective defenses.

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Why Self-Care Matters

Friday, May 28 | Cause Connected,Netsmart in the Community,Thought Leadership

Self-care can look different for everyone – as long as it helps you reenergize, brings you joy, and allows you to listen to what your entire body needs. Need some ideas? Check out these self-care practices you can take with you after mental health month comes to a close.

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