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
Wednesday, February 01 | Human Services,EHR Solutions and Operations,Interoperability,Value-based Care
Netsmart was proud to be part of the recent AHCA Population Health Summit in Washington, D.C. featuring presentations from multiple Netsmart clients and experts including Mark McClelland, MD, PhD, former administrator of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS); and Ellen Lukins, deputy director of the CMS Innovation Center. If you were not able to attend, here are four takeaways based on the many excellent presentations and our discussions about the challenges of value-based care with long-term care executives and leaders.More
Wednesday, January 25 | Thought Leadership,Post-Acute Care,Value-based Care
From workforce issues to value-based reimbursement models and legislative & regulatory change, there is plenty for hospice and home care agencies to keep an eye on in 2023. The National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) President Bill Dombi discusses the trends of the new year and offers his expert advice on how to navigate the coming months.More
Monday, September 12 | Post-Acute Care,Thought Leadership,Netsmart in the Community,Legislative/Policy
Ready access to quality home healthcare services is critical to the future of our nation’s healthcare system and the millions receiving these services today. Jen Sherman, community strategist, Netsmart will be a voice for home health providers in Washington D.C. at the upcoming NAHC Advocacy Day and shares why the proposed rate cuts by CMS will leave a devastating negative economic and operational impact on home health and post-acute providers.More