How To Decide Which Mental Health Practice Software is Right for You

TheraNest

How to Select the Best Mental Health Practice Software for Your Practice. Choosing mental health software for electronic health records (EHR) can be tricky. Having an EHR system that is not user-friendly and impossible to use is worse than not having one at all.

Ed Grogan, VP & CIO, Calvert Health System, Chapter 2

Health System CIO

Maryland eCare “We’re the mouse that roars” In the current health system landscape, where organizations just keep growing, Calvert Health System is considered to be quite small. But it’s a “mouse that roars,” according to CIO Ed Grogan, who has spent the past 12 years leading Calvert’s transformation from a small hospital to a dynamic health system. LISTEN NOW USING THE PLAYER BELOW OR CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR iTUNES PODCAST FEED.

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Patrick Yount, CIO, Lincoln Community Hospital and Care Center, Chapter 2

Health System CIO

In this interview, Yount talks about how his plans to tackle these lofty goals, all while dealing with the challenges that come with being a rural health facility. Behavioral health teleservices — “It’s very exciting”. What type of return can they get by using the portal?

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CMS’s PI interoperability rule change is a good start, but is there more it can address?

Healthcare Guys

Many government rules have been written to address the type of mesh needed and many electronic health records (EHR) companies have claimed to meet these government requirements and claim the throne of the ultimate mesh maker. Integration of physical and behavioral health.

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Will CMS’s PI rule review be a sweet change or is it just pie in the sky?

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. To end the lack of interoperability morass and data duplication, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued 1,883 pages of proposed changes to Medicare and Medicaid. Integration of Physical and Behavioral Health.

CMS’s Proposed PI Rule Changes: A Good Start, but is it Enough?

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations, such as CMS, have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. To end interoperability morass and data duplication, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued 1,883 pages of proposed changes to Medicare and Medicaid. Integration of Physical and Behavioral Health.

CMSs Proposed PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start, But Does It Address Enough?

Healthcare Guys

By Thanh Tran, CEO, Zoeticx Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. To end the lack of interoperability morass and data duplication, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued 1,883 pages of proposed changes to Medicare and Medicaid.

CMS’s Proposed Interoperability PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start, But Does It Address Enough?

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. To end the lack of interoperability morass and data duplication, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued 1,883 pages of proposed changes to Medicare and Medicaid. Integration of Physical and Behavioral Health.

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