Everybody has a podcast. So why not us?
COVID has forced us to be creative in how we communicate, and podcasts are a great way to connect and share information. On the Netsmart CareThreads show, human services and post-acute leaders across the healthcare continuum come together to discuss industry trends, challenges, and opportunities.
In this intro episode, host Tom Herzog talks with Scott Green, senior vice president and general manager of human services at Netsmart, and Dawn Iddings, senior vice president and general manager post-acute at Netsmart, about why we're doing what we're doing on this show.
Here's what we discussed:
January 18, 2024
Join Jonah Cunningham, CEO of National Association of County Behavioral Health & Developmental Disability Directors (NACBHDD) and Executive Director of National Association of Rural Mental Health (NARMH), as he sits down with Tom Herzog, Chief Operating Officer of Netsmart. Discover the latest trends in behavioral health, including 988 crisis lines, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs), and AI technology. Learn how national change grows from local partnerships, and get inspired to be an innovator in your community.More
November 29, 2023
Autism has become a significant issue in healthcare today, with rapidly rising diagnoses each year. In this podcast, Jamie Pagliaro, Executive Vice President and Chief Learning Officer at Rethink, a leading provider of ABA solutions, sits down with Jen Gray, Director of Solution Consulting at Netsmart, to talk about the growing demand for autism care. They’ll discuss the impact on service providers like BCBAs and RBTs, along with some emerging technology that can help with large caseloads and overwhelming documentation. Check out this podcast to learn more.More
Beth Reece, Vice President, and General Manager at Netsmart
Mike Emery, Executive Vice President at Curana Health
Todd Tyler, Chief Information Officer at Curana Health
November 08, 2023
The episode delves into solutions for senior care delivery, emphasizing prevention and care coordination. The guests shed light on the future of CCRCs, focusing on continuous innovation, expanded services, and cost-effective, high-quality care to support aging in place and prevent the need for higher acuity care settings.More