The rapidly evolving and unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 are requiring us to think differently as we shape approaches to everything from workforce management to care delivery models. Social distancing, virtual working, self-isolation, and the other CDC recommendations will impact your organization and care delivery, as well as the mental well-being of your clients and staff.
As you augment your care delivery models, discover how telehealth enables virtual care and keeps you connected to the individuals you serve. Loneliness can be particularly challenging as it relates to social distancing and self-isolation, but the use of on-demand digital self-help tools can mitigate those risks.
Register now to join our panelists Netsmart Chief Clinical Advisor, Denny Morrison, Ph.D., Netsmart Vice President of Interoperability, AJ Peterson, and Livongo Vice President of Behavioral Health Strategy, Julia Hoffman, Psy.D.
Sep 30 - Oct 02, 2020 | Virtual Event
Wednesday, September 30 - Friday, October 02
The Colorado Behavioral Health Council Annual Conference is going virtual this year!
Be sure to visit our virtual booth or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting with a Netsmart solution expert.View More
Oct 21-21, 2020 | Edison, NJ
Wednesday, October 21
The NJAMHAA IT Project developed this annual conference to meet the needs of and enhance communication among information technology professionals within mental healthcare and addiction treatment agencies, as well as other nonprofit organizations.View More
Oct 29-30, 2020 | Woodbridge, NJ
Thursday, October 29 - Friday, October 30
The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, Inc. (NJAMHAA) is comprised of the leading non-profit behavioral mental healthcare, substance use and developmental disability service providers that serve more than 500,000 New Jersey adults and children every year. NJAMHAA’s 160+ members represent organizations and individuals in every county and employ almost all of the state’s behavioral health workforce, including counselors, case managers, social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric screeners, emergency service workers and nurses.View More