Upcoming Events

Connect, learn, gain new insights…Our webinars and industry events are excellent ways to interact with your peers while gaining new ideas and insights. Our web seminars cover a wide range of topics, market trends, and solutions. They are led by subject matter experts — ensuring you get the most up-to-date information. We also participate in a large variety of industry trade shows. Stop by one of our booths to say hello and learn how we can partner with your organization to create healthier lives. Our subject matter experts are often asked to share their knowledge at industry events.

Webinars

Date/Time Webinar
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Description
7/12/17 1:00 PM (CDT) Next Level Value-based Care: Assuming Risk and Improving ROI

Risk is inherent in the move to value-based care. Organizations that manage consumers with comorbidities across the traditional dividing lines between physical health and human services must capture data and quality metrics. But is that enough to know the risk you’re assuming?  

According to the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) and the Workforce Training Program, capturing data is just the beginning. If your organization’s goal is to participate in value-based payment models, a comprehensive view of the whole person, including actionable insights, is the new baseline requirement.

For an in-depth look at what’s required, please join two Netsmart associates to understand how to embark on the progression from data to information to knowledge to wisdom (DIKW). Carol Reynolds, executive vice president for client experience and Steve Harm, data services and solutions manager, will cover the methods organizations are using to mitigate risk and improve ROI, such as:

  • Stratifying population views to assess consumer needs
  • Providing appropriate services through the use of evidence-based practices
  • Managing outcomes and maximizing incentive payments through the tracking of quality measures
7/20/17 1:00 PM (CDT) Organizational Leadership, Change Management and Technology Implementation – Is There a Link?

Leading organizational change is vital to your organization at all stages of your business lifecycle, especially as the human services industry constantly evolves. Successful managers are usually good change managers. Whether it’s ensuring a steady succession plan for future leadership, managing process changes during mergers or acquisitions, or identifying and implementing new financial systems, these work processes are handled well by most managers. However, optimizing a newly implemented technology is often misperceived as just a technology problem when it is really a strategic change management initiative.

 

Join Denny Morrison, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer at Netsmart on July 20th at 2 p.m. EDT for Organizational Leadership, Change Management and Technology Implementation – Is There a Link? to hear best practices of health and human services leaders managing change within their organization. You’ll understand the potential ripple effect of changing technology, organizational culture and leadership, and how managing these changes can help you not only create better outcomes for your consumers, but also positively impact how your internal organization operates.

 

 During this 90-minute executive web briefing, you’ll learn how to:

  • Be aware and agile during the strategic and cultural changes technology acquisition creates
  • Be technologically literate no matter your executive position
  • Harness the potential of technology to create new models of personalized, quality care
  • Proactively have the right people and processes in place for when change does occur
  • Minimize disruptions and empower your team to embrace change
8/17/17 1:00 PM (CDT) Next Level Value-based Care: Clinical Data and Quality Measures

The shift from fee-for-services to value-based care is here to stay. Organizations that want to emerge as leaders and sustain their positions in this new human services landscape are finding that the changes they need to make will go much deeper than payment structures.

It starts with defining “value” and ensuring you’re collecting the right data and systematically using it to inform clinical decision-making and impact population health.

Join Netsmart associates AJ Peterson, general manager and vice president for CareConnect and myHealthPointe and Larry Seltzer, general manager and senior director for CareManager for an in-depth look at the steps organizations are taking to prepare for value-based models, including:

  • Collecting and reporting on the quality measures that define “value” for your organization and community
  • Determining the processes to implement the best use of this data to inform clinical decisions and improve ROI
  • Coordinating with organizations across the human services continuum to securely exchange information

Tradeshows

Date Event Community City
6/26/17 Long Term Post Acute Care and HIT Summit

LTC Baltimore, MD
6/28/17 Texas Council Annual Conference

Texas Council of Community Centers

BH Galveston, TX
7/18/17 ASU Annual Summer Institute

ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

BH Sedona, AZ
8/08/17 MHCAR Annual Institute

Mental Health Council of Arkansas

BH Hot Springs, AR
8/08/17 MHCA Summer Conference

Mental Health Corporation of America

BH Denver, CO
8/16/17 FADAA/FCCMH Annual Conference

Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association & FL Council for Community Mental Health

BH Orlando, FL
8/16/17 OPEN MINDS: California Management Institute

BH Long Beach, CA
9/12/17 MACMHP Annual Conference

Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs

BH Saint Paul, MN
9/19/17 Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Health Annual Conference

BH Kansas City, MO
9/21/17 Becker's CIO/HIT + RCM Conference

Becker's Hospital Review

BH Chicago, IL
  • BH - Behavioral Health
  • SU - Substance Use
  • PH - Public Health
  • CFS - Child and Family Services
  • I/DD - Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
  • HC - Homecare
  • LTC - Long-term Care
  • PNH - Population Health

Speaking Engagements

Date Event Speaker(s) Topic Time
7/11/17 2017 NACCHO Annual Julie Pryde, MSW, CPHA, LSW, Public Health Admin., Champaign-Urbana Public Health District ,
Awais Vaid, MBBS, MPH, Dir. of Planning & Research, Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
Optimizing EHR Data Analytics for Improved Health and Increased Revenue TBD

User Group Meetings

No User Group Meetings are upcoming, but check back here for updates!

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