November 3, 2016 — Free Executive Web Briefing Sponsored By Netsmart
Presented By: AJ Peterson, Vice President/General Manager/Senior Director, CareConnect & myHealthPointe, Netsmart, & Matthew Chamberlain, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS
Whole-person care requires partnerships and treatment models that support physical and behavioral health, as well as the social services an individual may need to achieve wellness and recovery. In a value-based payment model, interoperability is a key component which requires organizations to establish policies that support information exchange, including compliance with confidentiality and privacy standards, as well as intuitive and seamless connections across multiple organizations. By making data accessible, organizations not only meet these requirements, but also gain valuable insights to drive clinical decision making.
View this web briefing recording to hear Netsmart and OPEN MINDS discuss how value-based care models, such as the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) program, are driving the health and human services community to integrate behavioral, social, and physical care in a collaborative way.
During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees:
- Discovered key interoperability approaches that address the clinical and operational needs for connecting organizations across the human services spectrum.
- Explored how interoperability can help organizations share referral info or clinical data with primary care agencies, correctional facilities, and other behavioral health and substance use facilities.
- Gained insight on how to leverage integrated technologies to extend care team collaboration outside the four walls of an organization, supporting not only clinical document exchange but secure direct messaging.
- Reviewed questions to help your organization determine its readiness for embracing the value-based payment model and where to focus its efforts next in further developing its ability to share and use data.