GETTYSBURG, Pa. (July 19, 2020) — When a community mental health center in Alabama identified the need to address barriers to care within their community, the organization worked to close those gaps. From partnerships with local school systems to bring school-based therapy to children in school and more recently at home during the COVID-19 crisis, to partnerships with local jails and law enforcement to bring case management and mobile crisis services to justice-involved individuals, virtual technology has helped WellStone better connect its community to care.
On Thursday, July 30th at 1:00 pm ET, Jeremy Blair, chief executive officer of WellStone and AJ Peterson, vice president and general manager of interoperability at Netsmart, will present the executive web briefing, ‘Using Technology to Connect Communities to Care During COVID-19.’ The speakers will cover telehealth regulatory and funding updates, the current virtual care climate, and provide first-hand examples from WellStone’s experience providing virtual services to new and existing clients in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By registering for this web briefing, attendees will discover how technology is a key component to initiatives that improve access to care, help individuals thrive, and empower care organizations to effectively serve complex populations.
Registration for this executive web briefing is free of charge, courtesy of Netsmart, and brought to you by OPEN MINDS. If you are unable to attend, please still register. At the end of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the executive web briefing and presentation slides. Register at: https://www.openminds.com/event/connecting-communities-to-care/
Netsmart designs, builds and delivers electronic health records (EHRs), solutions and services that are powerful, intuitive and easy-to-use. Our platform provides accurate, up-to-date information that is easily accessible to care team members in behavioral health, care at home, senior living and social services. We make the complex simple and personalize, so our clients can concentrate on what they do best: provide services and treatment that support whole-person care.
By leveraging the powerful Netsmart network, care providers can seamlessly and securely integrate information across communities, collaborate on the most effective treatments and improve outcomes for those in their care. Our streamlined systems and personalized workflows put relevant information at the fingertips of users when and where they need it.
For 50 years, Netsmart has been committed to providing a common platform to integrate care. SIMPLE. PERSONAL. POWERFUL.
Our more than 1,700 associates work hand-in-hand with our 600,000+ users in more than 25,000 organizations across the U.S. to develop and deploy technology that automates and coordinates everything from clinical to financial to administrative.
Learn more about how Netsmart is changing the face of healthcare today. Visit www.ntst.com, call 1-800-472-5509, follow us on our CareThreads Blog, LinkedIn and Twitter, like us on Facebook or visit us on YouTube.
About OPEN MINDS
OPEN MINDS is an award-winning information source, executive education provider, and business solutions firm specializing in the domains of health and human services serving consumers with chronic conditions and complex support needs. For thirty years, we’ve been pioneers for change – helping organizations implement the transformational business practices they need to succeed in an evolving market with new reimbursement, competition, policies and regulations.
OPEN MINDS is powered by a national team of experienced executives and subject matter experts with specific expertise and experience in nine key market areas – mental health, addictions, chronic conditions, autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities, long-term care, children’s services, social services, juvenile justice, and corrections health care. Our mission is to improve the quality of care for consumers with complex support needs by improving the effectiveness of those serving them – provider organizations, payer and insurance organizations, government agencies, pharmaceutical organizations, and technology firms. Learn more at www.openminds.com.