Making Complex Markets Work With A Holistic Technology Strategy
June 7, 2022
Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy Of ContinuumCloud
June 7, 2022 | 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. Eastern
The big strategic question facing most executive teams in the behavioral health and human services field is—what comes next? For most organizations, the path to sustainability involves managing complexity. Consumers with multiple conditions and complex support needs. Many data sets for whole person care coordination. Multiple services in multiple states at scale.
Technology is the key to making complexity manageable – in service delivery and in reimbursement. This live webinar will focus on the digital infrastructure needed to manage services in the emerging whole person-focused, value-based, hybrid health and human services landscape. During the session, our panelists will discuss:
- The health and human services landscape – new service delivery expectations, changing reimbursement and more competition
- A technology checklist for managing an increasingly complex and competitive market
- Planning for expanded digital capabilities
Vicki Ittel, Ph.D., MBA Director, Behavioral Health Solutions, Relias
Dr. Vicki Ittel, Ph.D., MBA is the Director of Behavioral Health Solutions for Relias. In that role, Dr. Ittel works with payers, providers, professional trade organizations, and government entities to design and apply digital analytical solutions that improve patient outcomes and create systemic change. Prior to joining Relias, Dr. Ittel held C-level positions at several national health plans and formed several companies providing Medication Assisted Treatment to individuals with opioid use disorder. Dr. Ittel is passionate and committed to using innovative technological applications in healthcare transformation.
Brent Dillinger, Chief Executive Officer, Trivium Life Services
Brent Dillinger serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Trivium Life Services. Brent is a Certified Merger & Acquisitions Advisor who has transformed Trivium from an organization with $2.8 million to a $28 million organization in the last 15 years. Prior to joining Trivium, Brent served on the City Council of Missouri Valley and held district management roles in two Fortune 500 companies
Carol Clayton, Ph.D.
Carol Clayton brings over 30 years of experience in the health and human service fields to the OPEN MINDS team. She has a wealth of experience both in clinical work and in executive management. Her areas of expertise include data-driven strategy development and management, performance measurement and outcomes reporting, quality improvement, and growth strategies.
Dr. Clayton started her career as a Staff Psychologist at John Umstead Hospital. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Special Education from Appalachian State University, and her Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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ContinuumCloud offers a spectrum of cloud-based software solutions intentionally designed to meet the unique needs of the behavioral health and human services industry. These solutions include an EHR platform, powered by Welligent; an HCM system, powered by DATIS e3; and a patient engagement platform, powered by CaredFor. Through these offerings, ContinuumCloud empowers organizations to provide high-quality care and deliver on their mission.