GETTYSBURG, Pa. (June 6, 2021) — On June 10, 2021 at 1:00 pm EDT, OPEN MINDS will host a web forum, Data-Driven Decision-Making For The Post Pandemic Market, available free of charge courtesy of the Value Based Care for Behavioral Health online community and Qualifacts + Credible. This event will showcase steps for creating daily work habits that will lead to an overall data-driven culture and strategy.

“Data is at the core of almost everything we do. But, stepping outside our comfort zone and normal routines can be challenging,” said Carol Clayton, Ph.D., Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS. “Over the years, I have found a few tried and true strategies for breaking out of these norms we get stuck in and shifting your organization to be more data-driven.”

More competition, workforce shortages, and changing reimbursement models are making data-driven decision-making more important for health and human service organizational sustainability. Data-driven strategy shifts, coupled with daily actions, are required, and can be hindered by cultural norms that maintain status quo and workforce routines. If you are looking to break out of these norms and move to a data-driven culture, don’t miss this valuable presentation, Data-Driven Decision-Making For The Post Pandemic Market, on June 10 at 1:00 pm ET, featuring OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Carol Clayton, Ph.D. During this session, Dr. Clayton will discuss:

  • Post-pandemic market shifts that require organizational change
  • What culture is and how we change it
  • Steps to implement a data-driven culture
  • Turning actions into habits
  • Building a sustainable data-driven culture

Dr. Clayton has over 30 years of experience in the health and human service fields. She has a wealth of experience both in clinical work and in executive management. Her areas of expertise and focus include data-driven strategy development and management, performance measurement and outcomes reporting, quality improvement, and growth strategies.

This webinar is available free of charge thanks to the generous sponsorship of Qualifacts + Credible. However, attendees must register in advance.

About Value Based Care for Behavioral Health

Your platform for building success with value-based care. Serving consumers with chronic conditions and complex support needs is a long and winding path. Let us be your guide, providing your team with the navigation tools needed for the transition to value-based reimbursement

Value Based Care for Behavioral Health is the only authoritative resource on value-based reimbursement developed for executives of health and human service organizations serving consumers with complex needs. Brought to you by OPEN MINDS and Qualifacts + Credible. Learn more or join at www.vbcforbh.com.

About Qualifacts + Credible

Qualifacts and Credible have merged. And we’re laser-focused on helping Behavioral Health and Human Services agencies improve clinical outcomes, enhance operations and activate their full potential.

Please rest assured – the team and tech you love will remain in place. Providers will have the flexibility to choose and work with the two best-in-KLAS EHR solutions, CareLogic and Credible Behavioral Health. Our teams will continue to support both platforms and our agency partners from end to end.

Over time, we will fully bring to life the power and potential of this merger – to elevate agencies and create healthier communities – across our offering, team, and the industry. We’re excited for you to take this journey with us! Learn more

About OPEN MINDS

OPEN MINDS is a national market intelligence, management consulting, and marketing services firm specializing exclusively in the markets of the health and human service field that serve consumers with chronic conditions and complex support needs. OPEN MINDS’ mission is to provide payers, service provider organizations, and technology and scientific firms that serve these consumers with the market and management knowledge needed to improve their organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Learn more at www.openminds.com.

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