Healthcare technology for post-acute care and human services providers that improves care and simplifies administration

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Human services and post-acute care providers throughout the country rely on Netsmart technology and services to help them improve care delivery and streamline administration.

Clinicians in every area of Netsmart drive our understanding of the communities you serve, so we can continue evolving our healthcare technology solutions and services to help meet the challenges you face every day.

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"It is well worth the money to spend time with the experts at Netsmart to review what we use, how we use it, and how we can do better."

Shelly Miller - Chief Financial Officer, Willow Health Care

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Expanding Access to Care for Better Public Health

Thursday, April 06 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Netsmart in the Community

Barriers to mental health and substance use services continue to be challenging, as the demand for care continues to rise. In fact, 28% of those seeking mental health care and 22% seeking substance use care are unable to find a conveniently located provider, which can be particularly difficult in rural areas. Hear three strategies public health organizations can implement to improve outcomes, boost access to services and increase staff satisfaction.

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Continuing the Conversation: Our Commitment to IDD

Tuesday, March 28 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Netsmart in the Community

Our main focus this Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month has been to focus on recognizing individual abilities and advocating for equal opportunities in education, employment and helping these individuals to live productive, independent lives. By helping providers embrace technology to support IDD staff, they can focus on delivering person-centered care to individuals when and where they need them to live a truly meaningful life.

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National Guidelines for Child and Youth Behavioral Health Crisis Care: SAMHSA's Response

Monday, March 20 | Thought Leadership,Human Services

SAMHSA's National Guidelines for Behavioral Health Crisis Care provide key principles for youth crisis services to adopt, including addressing recovery needs, using trauma-informed care, and integrating family and youth peer support services.

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