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Renae Rossow
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EHR for Mental Health: Tough Choices

EHR for Mental Health: Tough Choices

Regardless of the reason providers are changing their EHRs, it is apparent that second generation technology is getting a chance to shine. What are we learning? The wave of the future seems to be products that are fully web-based, easily accessible on mobile devices and comprehensive yet flexible enough to meet the needs of individually unique workflows.

EHR for Mental Health: Catering to the Clinical Process

EHR for Mental Health: Catering to the Clinical Process

As we continue our series discussing EHR for Mental Health, let’s take a look at the clinical process. The Best EHR for Mental Health Providers should offer a fast and intuitive way to register clients and collect demographic and financial information. For efficiency, information is centralized, and you can easily see assessments, treatment plans, and progress notes all from within the client record.

EHR for Mental Health: Moving Beyond Color Coding

EHR for Mental Health: Moving Beyond Color Coding

As we continue our series “EHR for Mental Health Buyer’s Guide,” we want to take a look at several features that should be on the must-have list for every provider. Pretty colors are great and definitely helpful in visually pointing out certain information, but today’s technology can give you much more and, like other providers, those that specialize in behavioral health should demand it.

How to Provide Chronic Care Management Without Crippling Your Practice

How to Provide Chronic Care Management Without Crippling Your Practice

It’s taken quite a bit of time to get it going, but the colossal industry of Healthcare is beginning to slowly, slowly change directions. Previously, healthcare was simply set up to react to illnesses by treating symptoms. However, after an enormous amount of research showed some pretty shocking numbers, a gradual move towards Chronic Care Management (CCM) has begun to sweep the nation.