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June 3, 2015 — Free Executive Web Briefing Sponsored By CoCENTRIX

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Measuring true outcomes is critical for not only delivering quality but also to show compliance. Data collection does not have to be an overhead – it should be part of delivering quality care. Collection of data is critical for programmed services but very challenging when it comes to measurement standards and progress tracking. Bancroft has turned to technology to transform care coordination and enhance the quality of care delivered to their consumers. Hear from Adam Berr, Director Business Transformation and Robert Stokes, Project Manager at Cherry Hill, New Jersey based Bancroft, a leading non-profit provider of specialized services for individuals with autism, brain injuries, and other intellectual or developmental disabilities how their team is tackling the challenge of delivering plans and measuring outcomes for their consumers.

Join the teams at Bancroft, Mozzaz, and CoCENTRIX on June 3rd at 2:00pm EST to hear how Bancroft is implementing a suite of interactive, mobile consumer applications to begin developing treatment plans and supporting augmentative communication, learning, daily living skills, and behavioral therapy. This is part of the CoCENTRIX CARETILES solution that helps close the clinical loop by updating progress tracking and the consumer’s electronic health record. Bancroft will share their experience as they progress toward the implementation of CARETILES and work to deliver mobile-based care plans for the collection of real time, evidence-based outcomes in cost effective models.


During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees will learn:

  • How true consumer engagement in ID/DD and behavioral health services is helping drive outcomes
  • The benefits in “closing the clinical loop” with integration to electronic health records and care plans
  • The clinical advantages of capturing data and observations at the “point-of-care” with consumers

CARETILES is powered by Mozzaz for the CoCENTRIX Coordinated Care Platform. Mozzaz provides a consumer engagement platform that supports individualized care plans delivered to an individual using any device, anywhere, that integrates to an organization’s EHR system.

Featured Speakers

Adam Berr, Director of Business Transformation, Bancroft — Adam Berr is a RESNA certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) with over 16 years of experience in the field. His work experience includes the creation and management of a comprehensive Rehab Technology clinic for the largest pediatric ventilator facility in the country.  In that role of Rehab Technology Coordinator he provided  specialized services to children ages birth to 21 in the long term care, rehabilitation (inpatient, outpatient, day hospital), Medical daycare, school, and home settings. This experience led Adam to create an Assistive Technology business of his own in 2006, specializing in consultation and sales of environmental and computer accessibility equipment for the physically disabled, allowing him to offer assistance to a broader range of individuals in both age and geographic region. Later Adam served as the Complex Rehab Director for a NJ based Durable Medical Equipment Company where he managed a team of individuals involved in the provision of highly customized wheelchairs and positioning devices. Adam was active in the entire sales process from evaluation to product assembly and delivery. During his time in this role he implemented new systems to manage client information as well as increase productivity and sales. In June of 2012 Adam accepted a position at Bancroft as part of the ITS department,  supporting Assistive and Instructional Technologies for the organization, allowing him to gain valuable technical experience and knowledge. A year and a half later Adam was given the go ahead by the Bancroft Executive team to develop a new Assistive and Instructional Technology Department and was  assigned the role of manager. In the year he held this position he leveraged his extensive experience developing and growing business as well as advocating for clients and family members with regards to navigation of the funding process and management of vendor relations. He has also provided numerous trainings and presentations for Colleges, Industry Associations, and hospitals. Adam’s most recent role is Director of Business Transformation where his focus is on refining existing business and developing opportunities through a strategic people, process, technology approach.


Robert Stokes, Project Manager, Bancroft — Mr. Stokes has been the CoCENTRIX Implementation Project Manager for Bancroft since August 2013. Prior to this, Bob was the Systems Development Manager for Elwyn Human Services, where he was responsible the acquisition, development, and integration of enterprise clinical and business applications. He also has extensive experience as a healthcare IT consultant.

Bob is currently a PMI-certified Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP); he previously earned PMP and CPHIMS (HIMSS Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems) certifications.

Rini Gahir, Co-founder & Vice President, Mozzaz — Rini’s passion lies in health technology innovation as it relates to the complex care population. As the Co-founder and Vice President of Mozzaz Corporation, Rini helps bring to life practical solutions that address the care required to support individuals with long-term health care needs and the caregivers and professional care teams that support them. Utilizing mobile and cloud-based technology, Mozzaz’s solution places the care recipient at the center of their circle of care while delivering personalized treatment plans to help drive quality care at lower costs resulting in better health.

Rini’s passion stems from his own personal experience. As a parent of a son with autism, he is immersed in the journey of care and support every day. This has inspired Rini, both professionally and personally, to help make a real difference in people’s health and well-being through innovation and technology. He has made it his mission to help those with some of the most complex healthcare needs live a life of quality and inclusion.

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

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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