Monday, May 06 | Interoperability, Human Services, Care Coordination, EHR Solutions and Operations, Value-based Care, Partnerships and Collaboration, Thought Leadership, Legislative/Policy

25 Ways to Make Your Mission Possible at CONNECTIONS2019

We’re counting down the days until one of our favorite events of the year – CONNECTIONS2019! Soon more than 1,800 clients, vendor - partners and Netsmart associates will convene in Washington, D.C., May 12-15 to share ideas, network among peers and feel inspired to make our missions possible.

Here’s our top 25 reasons to look forward to CONNECTIONS2019!

  1. Expand your knowledge base with more than 150 educational sessions.
  2. Be inspired by your peers. Many CONN19 sessions are presented by our clients. Everyone here has something to teach you.
  3. Connect directly with Netsmart associates and partners. Come prepared with questions, industry trends and insights to discuss.
  4. Interact and learn more about your unique solution’s capabilities in our Solutionarium.
  5. Get a sneak peek of what’s coming next for your CareRecord.
  6. Broaden your industry awareness while collaborating among executive experts and leaders across various organizations in the Executive Symposium.
  7. Learn how health IT plays a crucial role in increasing clinician engagement, retention and satisfaction in the Nursing Council.
  8. Exchange ideas, outlooks and analyze the marketplace alongside Netsmart experts.
  9. Engage with clients that use the same solutions as you at the national and regional user groups.
  10. Be the Difference, become Certified in Mental Health First Aid on Sunday, May 12.
  11. Participate in intimate, roundtable discussions with peers in your community. Have your voice be heard while interacting with Netsmart associates and leaders.
  12. Uncover how to effectively leverage data and analytics to propel your organization’s delivery of value-based care to new heights.
  13. Learn how to optimize your solution’s value through interactive demonstrations in the Solutionarium.
  14. Plan your CONN19 agenda, download presentations and take notes during session in the event mobile app.
  15. Learn best practices for your solution.
  16. Explore our telehealth solution and innovative strategies to deliver care when consumer’s need it most.
  17. Discover how interoperability and data exchange strategies can enable both collaborative and integrated care.
  18. Become better prepared for regulatory changes through informative sessions and pre/post-conference trainings.
  19. Celebrate, network and HAVE FUN at our one-of-a-kind block party on Tuesday night!
  20. Understand how ED alerts can improve outcomes and lower costs.
  21. Learn more about the evolution of connectivity. From fax machines to closed-loop electronic referrals, we’ve come a long way!
  22. Discover how to make your data more actionable, improve care coordination and clinical efficiency in CONN19 working sessions.
  23. Download the CONNect mobile app and complete various challenges for a chance to win prizes and secure a spot on our leaderboard!
  24. Compile best practices surrounding software upgrades, reporting, billing and trouble-shooting.
  25. Leave feeling inspired as you head home to make the mission of your organization possible!

 

Learn more about CONNECTIONS2019 and register here. 

 

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