You face numerous challenges: more people seeking your services, fewer resources and constant regulatory changes. We’ve built behavioral health EHR platforms for more than 50 years. We partner with organizations to overcome challenges in providing human services, streamline care delivery and improve outcomes.
Your resources are limited but the demand for your services continues to grow. That’s why it’s crucial to connect with other providers across care settings through behavioral health software. And why behavioral health leaders across the U.S., including AltaPointe, Missouri Behavioral Health Council, Mind Springs, Mental Health Center of Denver and Los Angeles County, rely on our behavioral health EHR to help them integrate care.
Our behavioral health solutions support the delivery of integrated care by driving collaboration across care settings, including health homes, accountable care organizations (ACOs), community mental health centers and Certified Community Behavioral Clinics (CCBHC). Our behavioral health EHR platform allows you to efficiently track services and measure outcomes.
Even broader connectivity to the entire healthcare ecosystem will be required as government entities continue to move toward value-based care models. The good news is Netsmart has already developed proven behavioral health software to make true, integrated care a reality, and many of our clients are already seeing the benefits. In addition to developing advanced behavioral health technology, Netsmart is dedicated to advancing public policy that improves the lives of those with mental health and substance use disorders. We are a founding member and the only technology company in the Behavioral Health Information Technology Coalition (BHIT). We use our platform as a leading technology provider to advocate in support of those who often do not have a voice, as well as the organizations that strive to serve their needs.
In the Behavioral Health Community
Thursday, August 11 | Human Services,Thought Leadership,Value-based Care
In our recent blog, Origins of Peer Support for Individuals with Mental Illness, we discussed how the value of peers in support of the mentally ill has been recognized for a very long time, but its popularity varied since its first reported use in France in the 1800s. The voices of those with serious mental illness were finally being heard, helping change attitudes from professional protectiveness to “Nothing about us without us.” In this section we will discuss the more recent history of peers in the United States and how the growth of peer support varied between different countries.More
Thursday, July 28 | Human Services,Thought Leadership,Value-based Care
Peers have gained increased visibility and prominence in today’s behavioral health system. In this six-part blog series, we will discuss how the peer movement evolved in mental health and substance use care. We will also share the current state of the peer movement and what the future looks like for these services. In the first part of the series, we begin by looking at the interesting history of peer support for individuals with mental illness that dates back more than 200 years.More
ICYMI: Integrated Care: Strategies That Work
Thursday, June 02 | Thought Leadership,EHR Solutions and Operations,Care Coordination
In a recent webinar, program director of North Range Behavioral Health in Colorado, Jennifer Miller, and chief development officer of American Health Partners in Tennessee, Hank Watson, joined me to discuss how their organizations are delivering integrated care. We covered a wide range of topics, including the challenges that can occur and how to increase awareness of the technology that helps deliver integrated care.More