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September 16, 2014

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The promise of health reform offers exciting new opportunities for providing outcomes-based care, but remaining financially sustainable during this transition period can prove difficult. Amidst funding cuts and rapid industry changes, it’s more important than ever for organizations to secure their financial sustainability by strengthening their fundamental operational competencies.

Hear Gary Beckham, Director of QM & IS at Intermountain Centers for Human Development, discuss how the organization has been strengthening fundamental operational competencies to secure their financial sustainability during this OPEN MINDS and Netsmart special online event, “The Four Pillars Of Sustainability For Health & Human Service Providers: The ‘How-To’ Guide For Securing Your Organization’s Financial Future,” on September 16 at 2:00 PM EDT. Join Mr. Beckham, Fran Loshin-Turso, Senior Vice President, Netsmart and Andrew Mersman, myEvolv Product Manager, Netsmart as they discuss the four key competencies for organizational sustainability.


This 90-minute online event will review how the four pillars of sustainability can benefit your organization. Attendees of this webinar will see how:

  • Quality Data on the Go supports the ‘golden thread’ of service delivery, leading to better outcomes & increased funding
  • Incorporating evidence-based treatment models into your organization improves outcomes and prepares you for coordinated care
  • Staying compliant with integrated, automated billing grants better insight into your revenue cycle, enabling predictable revenue projection
  • Maintaining a connected community by operating outside your four walls using client portals, mobile solutions & data sharing buoys innovation and supports the Triple Aim of health reform

Featured Speakers

Gary Beckham, Director QM & IS, Intermountain Centers for Human Development – Gary Beckham is the Director of Quality Management and Information Services for Intermountain Centers for Human Development, based out of Tucson, Arizona. In his role, Gary planned and supervised the agency’s implementation of myEvolv, it’s electronic health record solution. In addition, he develops and implements plans and budgets for technology upgrades to the agency’s 11 sites in AZ as well as collaborates with external agencies to ensure the compatibility of data transmitted between electronic health record systems.

Fran Loshin-Turso, Senior Vice President, Child & Family Services, Netsmart – Fran joined Netsmart’s executive team as senior vice president with the acquisition of Defran Systems, Inc. As the General Manager for the Child & Family Services and I/DD Communities, she is responsible for ensuring Netsmart’s solutions and services meet the needs of organizations providing services to the developmentally disabled and their families.

Fran serves on the board of A.R.T., Art Realization Technologies, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide techniques that give direct creative expression to those who lack use of their limbs – even those who can communicate only through eye signals or assistive devices, bringing profound enhancement of quality of life to a severely marginalized population.

Andrew Mersman, myEvolv Product Manager, Netsmart – Andrew has been with Netsmart for 3 ½ years. He is currently the product manager for myEvolv and responsible for product growth and ensuring that myEvolv stays aligned with the communities we serve.

Andrew is also a licensed mental health therapist with over 10 years of clinical experience. Before joining the company, Andrew worked at one of Netsmart’s current client agencies that uses the myEvolv solution.


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

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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“In today’s market, many organizations are taking new opportunities and providing services to better the lives of the individuals they serve, but are struggling to remain financially sustainable. Using the four pillars approach, organizations can continue providing outcomes-based care while also increasing their revenue to secure their organization’s financial future.”

-Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer, OPEN MINDS

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