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Join Jefferson Center for Mental Health & OPEN MINDS on August 27 at 1:00pm ET for a free web briefing sponsored by Credible Behavioral Health Software on EHR best practices for shifting to consumer-focused care

Gettysburg, Pa. (August 25, 2019) — Person-centered thinking and operations is a tall order made impossible without the proper tech investments. Health information technology (IT) must be built around supporting person-centered thinking and operations by collecting and analyzing the necessary health and performance data and sharing the relevant data with other stakeholders to support care coordination for the individual.

The behavioral health and social service field is at the apex of two converging forces in consumerism:

  • The first is an organic movement in the field to focus on framing of ‘outcomes’ in terms of consumer-defined recovery.
  • The second factor is the continued growth of consumer ‘out-of-pocket’ contribution to health care services. A rising percentage of total U.S. health care costs are now paid directly by consumers, an outgrowth of policies to contain and reduce health care expenditures.

Join John Talbot, Executive Editor of the EHR Best Practices Community on August 27 at 1:00pm ET to learn about key best practices for leveraging your EHR for consumer centric care. Along with outlining the key best practices, Erin Wester, Director of Practice Operations and Effectiveness; Oriana Schonlaw, Data Support Analyst; Peter Dunlap, Systems Engineer; and Vicki Williams, Director of Applications Development from the Jefferson Center for Mental Health will present a case study on how they have utilized their EHR and other technologies to make the organization more consumer-focused.

To learn more about this executive web briefing, or to take advantage of the free online registration, please visit:

All registrants will receive (at no charge and regardless of attendance) a recording of the webinar and an electronic copy of the presentation slides at its conclusion.

About Credible Behavioral Health Software

Relying on more than 18 years of partner feedback, innovations, and improvements, Credible is committed to improving the quality of care and lives in behavioral health for clients, families, providers, and management. A market leader in Behavioral Health Enterprise Software, Credible has partnered with over 425 Partner Agencies in 36 states. We provide secure, proven, easy-to-use software for clinic, community, residential, and mobile care providers.

Credible provides Behavioral Healthcare Enterprise software to the growing US Behavioral Health (Mental Health and Substance Abuse) market. A leading SaaS vendor, Credible’s Behavioral Health Electronic Health Record (EHR) is HIPAA compliant, Meaningful Use Stage 3 certified, and processing annually over $4,000,000,000 in Medicaid, Medicare, and insurance claims. Credible’s current functionality includes fully integrated clinical, scheduling, employee management, primary care, treatment planning, security, ePrescribing, eLabs, inpatient, mobile, reporting, and billing modules. Marketed as secure, proven, easy-to-use software for clinic, community, residential, and mobile care providers, Credible leads the industry in innovation and service.


OPEN MINDS is a national strategic advisory firm specializing in the sectors of the health and human service field, serving individuals with chronic conditions and complex support needs: mental health; addiction treatment; children and family services; intellectual and developmental disabilities; chronic disease management; long term care; social services; correctional health care; and juvenile justice.

Founded in 1987 and based in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the 150+ associates believe by providing the latest market intelligence and management best practices to organizations serving the health and social support needs of the most vulnerable consumers, those organizations will be better able to provide efficient and effective services. Learn more at

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