May 24, 2016 — Free Executive Web Briefing Sponsored By The Echo Group
Presented By: Sharon Hicks, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS; Brandon Costello, Electronic Health Record Analyst, Adelphoi Village; Steve LaFleur, HIT Consultant; Carolyn Spence, Chief Information Officer, Alexander Youth Network; & Chris Thompson, Senior Vice President of Operations, Monarch
Electronic health record (EHR) utilization continues to expand, along with the notion that the use of these technologies will improve quality, effectiveness, and outcomes of services delivered. However, reports from clinicians may not validate these claims. Additional innovation and discussion is still needed to improve the use and effectiveness of EHR technologies in order to support these claims.
By “crowdsourcing” models of innovation, and including both behavioral health providers and technology vendors in the on-going discussion, we can ensure the next generation of behavioral health care technologies are held to higher standards to support care in a meaningful way. Crowdsourcing models of innovation will not only lead to improvements in behavioral health technologies, but also improvements in the services delivered and performance outcomes achieved.
View this presentation to hear Sharon Hicks, Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS; Brandon Costello, Electronic Health Record Analyst at Adelphoi Village; Steve LaFleur, HIT Consultant; Carolyn Spence, Chief Information Officer at Alexander Youth Network; and Chris Thompson, Senior Vice President of Operations at Monarch discuss the benefits of crowdsourcing innovations in behavioral health. Our panelists also showcased how crowdsourcing behavioral health concepts, innovations, and trends related to technology, strategic planning, and outcome performance is changing the way services are delivered.
During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees:
- Understood the crowdsourcing concept
- Learned how to use crowdsourcing to develop new service lines in health and human services
- Heard a crowdsourcing case study: Adelphoi Village, Alexander Youth Network (AYN), and Monarch