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Hear Why Many Organizations Are Changing EHRs In Order To Remain Competitive In The New Value-Based Health Care Environment

September 30, 2014 — Free Executive Web Briefing

In the post reform era, the amount of change facing behavioral health organizations is unprecedented. From service delivery to reimbursements and outcomes reporting, behavioral health organizations need to re-visit their operational strategies in order to stay competitive in the new value-based health care environment which combines physical and behavioral health.

At the intersection of all these changes lies the behavioral health organization’s electronic health record (EHR) which serves as the information backbone to the continuum of care for the client. Due to the critical role of the EHR, many behavioral health organizations have already begun to assess their 1st generation EHRs and are now undertaking the effort to implement 2nd generation EHR platforms. These organizations understand that a change in their EHR is necessary due to the aging technology architectures associated with these older EHRs. While enhancements to these older EHRs can be made, it is in an effort to keep them current — not to modernize the overall technology in order to better serve the evolving needs of the behavioral health organization.


Agenda

During this 90-minute executive web briefing, “A Behavioral Health Collision At The EHR Intersection,” scheduled for September 30, 2014 at 2:00pm EDT, hear Michael R. Lardieri, LCSW, AVP of Strategic Program Development, Behavioral Health Service Line at North Shore LIJ Health System & Ravi Ganesan, Chief Executive Officer of Core Solutions:

  • Discuss recent industry & market trends continuing to drive behavioral health into mainstream health care
  • Examine the survey results involving 350+ behavioral health organizations on an array of topics:
    • EHR satisfaction & behavioral health organization motivation for change
    • Top 3 cost categories for failed EHR expectations
    • Scarcity of resources and the need for mobile EHR capabilities
  • Review a behavioral health maturity roadmap for making the post reform transition

Featured Speakers

Michael R. Lardieri, LCSW, Assistant Vice President of Strategic Program Development, Behavioral Health Service Line, North Shore–LIJ Health System – Michael R. Lardieri, LCSW is currently the Assistant Vice President of Strategic Program Development for North Shore–LIJ Health System. Mr. Lardieri has over thirty years of health care experience in inpatient, outpatient and managed care settings and was behavioral health administrator for one of the largest Federally Qualified Community Health Centers (FQHCs) in the nation.  He has extensive experience in implementing electronic health record and other health information technology and integrating behavioral health and primary care.  His managed care experience includes senior positions in clinical and provider relations areas and was responsible for provider contracting, profiling and quality for over 20,000 clinicians and 5,000 facilities in the Northeast.  Mr. Lardieri is engaged with community behavioral health organizations, FQHCs, health center controlled networks, Primary Care Associations, the National Health Information Network and other health information systems to advance the field of health information technology and exchange.  He is responsible for developing strategy and in assisting behavioral health centers across the nation in implementing various HIT strategies to improve quality care.

Ravi Ganesan, President, Core Solutions – When Ravi Ganesan started Core Solutions nearly a decade ago, he began the venture as a developer of custom solutions for select organizations in behavioral health and human services. Since then, he has used his passion for entrepreneurship and a rich background in consulting and software development to grow the company into a premier provider for clients of all types and sizes across the country. Ravi received his M.B.A. from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

Registration for this executive web briefing has been provided at no charge courtesy of the Core Solutions.

Unable To Attend? Still register! At the conclusion of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the executive web briefing and presentation slides — regardless of attendance.

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