This presentation took place during The 2022 OPEN MINDS Mergers, Acquisitions & Affiliations Summit. The pace of mergers, acquisitions, and affiliations among health and human service organizations has quickened over … Continued
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This presentation was part of The 2022 OPEN MINDS I/DD Executive Summit. In the current health and human service environment, the payer focus is on integration and on reducing the … Continued
This presentation was part of The 2022 OPEN MINDS I/DD Executive Summit. Tonya Copeland, MBA, vice president, solutions partner at UnitedHealthcare was the keynote speaker and discussed how the state … Continued
The City of Boulder, Colorado has launched a groundbreaking new program to help better meet the needs of community members who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, called the Crisis … Continued
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is establishing an Office of Environmental Justice (OEJ) to better protect the health of disadvantaged communities and vulnerable populations on the … Continued
LUCID and Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) are partnering on the development of a prescription digital therapeutic for Alzheimer’s disease. The digital therapeutic, called LUC-101, uses personalized music treatment to reduce … Continued
SchoolMint®, which provides enrollment management solutions for K-12 education, is partnering with Starling Minds to power SchoolMint Thrive, a new digital mental fitness platform for educators. SchoolMint Thrive is a … Continued
Greetings from New Orleans and the opening of The 2022 OPEN MINDS Strategy & Innovation Institute! I spent the morning at our 2022 OPEN MINDS Mergers, Acquisitions & Affiliation Summit—and … Continued
Under legislation signed on May 19, 2022, the new Colorado Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) will provide grants to local governments and other entities to launch programs to prevent people with … Continued
The timing of dementia diagnosis can greatly affect overall Medicare health care costs for older adults. Health care costs for older adults whose cognitive impairment was identified through screening did … Continued
For the 2022-2023 school year, New York City schools will screen nearly all students for dyslexia. The New York City Department of Education (DOE) also intends to open two new … Continued
By California Health Care Foundation California’s Medi-Cal delivery system is fragmented. In Medi-Cal, managed care plans are responsible for physical health care and some mental health services, while plans run … Continued
On September 20, 2019, Health.gov released and infographic showing the health literate care model . . . Restricted Content You must be a member to view this resource. Log in … Continued
What do chief financial officer (CFOs) do? Most managers in health and human services would come up with the same list of key responsibilities—produce financial statements, manage bank relationships and … Continued
Non-profit ProMedica Health System is expanding its inpatient virtual service lines to expand access to specialty care. The expansion is funded by the FCC telehealth award program at the start … Continued
Opeeka, Inc. will implement a One Child One CANS (Child and Adolescent Strengths and Needs assessment) approach across Ventura County, California’s behavioral health and child welfare operations. The two county … Continued
Ontrak Health partnered with Eleos Health to integrate their artificial intelligence (AI) platforms to support member behavioral health care and reduce administrative tasks. The goal is to enable consumer-facing teams … Continued
Many states do not provide adequate resources to guide juvenile court judges in making informed decisions about delinquency cases, according to an analysis by The Council of State Governments (CSG) … Continued
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) selected Bamboo Health, Inc., pending contract negotiations, to provide software services to support the upcoming … Continued
On May 3, 2022, the Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) announced it has contracted with Securus Technologies for a new system for inmate communications technology services. The new system … Continued
On May 12, 2022, Wysa announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Breakthrough Device Designation to its artificial intelligence (AI)-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) app for adults … Continued
NEW ORLEANS (June 12, 2022) — Join OPEN MINDS and Otsuka at the Strategy & Innovation Institute on June 16, 2022, at 10:10 am CT for a conversation about the … Continued
We’re on the eve of launching a national “988” number for suicide prevention. In July 2022, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Lifeline) “988” dialing number will go live (see National … Continued
As executive teams look to expand and diversify their service line portfolios, there is one challenge that comes with every new service—identifying and managing new performance measures. There is a wide range of performance measures for health care services in today’s marketplace and a need for the right infrastructure to support performance management.
The greatest challenge for the executives of most organizations serving complex consumers is coming up with “the next big thing.” It’s that high-value, mission-focused service line that will be the core of your organization’s service line portfolio and a key to success. Structural changes in the health and human service value chain will make many services obsolete (or at least in need of a serious remake) over time.