As different variations of virtual care continue to emerge throughout the healthcare industry, they all strive for the same outcome: provide integrated care in a way that drives workflow efficiencies, tracks outcomes and reporting within the system, and leverages whole-person care regardless of physical location. A major aspect of a successful virtual care platform such as telehealth is the ability to share and receive information, which is not possible without data integration and proper technology.
Check out this brief video where OPEN MINDS CEO, Monica Oss, and Netsmart Senior Vice President and General Manager of Human Services, Scott Green, discuss key principles and approaches that organizations will need to adopt in order to make capacity sharing a reality when using virtual care. To learn more about telehealth best practices, reimbursement standards and real-life telehealth snap shots, read our definitive guide.
Monday, September 18 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Care Coordination,Cause Connected,Legislative/Policy,Value-based Care
The opioid crisis is one of the most serious healthcare issues in our nation today. But there is hope. We believe there are three strategies your organization can leverage to combat opioid addiction and overdose: integrated care, policy and technology. This blog outlines some examples of all three and lists helpful resources your organization can use.More
Thursday, September 14 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Netsmart in the Community
By understanding mental health and suicide go hand-in-hand we can take the first step in reducing suicide risk and help heal our families, friends and loved-ones heal and grow forward as a community.More
Tuesday, August 29 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Partnerships and Collaboration
If the past few years has taught us anything, it is that consumers of healthcare want to access care their way. We live in a digital world which is impacting how we deliver care. Netsmart is committed to meeting the new and varied needs of providers by developing solutions that meet them where they are. The same is true for consumers. Having had a taste of virtual services, many consumers will want to continue virtual care and prefer much broader digital experiences. At Netsmart, we call this focus on the user experience "extreme usability."More