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  • 00:33

    Behavioral Health EHR YOUR WAY: An Interview with Jay Lacny

    in Psychology

    One of the fastest growing EHRs in the Behavioral Health market is EHR YOUR WAY. We’ve had the pleasure of working with their team for over a year and as you’ll hear on the show, it has been eye opening for our consulting group. With Behavioral Health finally getting the recognition it deserves, we are seeing an explosion of new technology vendors. We were able to glue our guest, Jay Lacny, to his chair for longer than 5 minutes and discuss this exciting and innovative EHR, why they chose to focus on Behavioral Health, and (without giving away their secrets) why they’ve become so popular, so fast. If you are looking for advanced tools for Behavioral Health with affordable pricing, tune in to this show!


    FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE.


    Why was ehrYOURway created?


    It’s been fascinating to watch the growth of your company and the EHR. Tell me your thoughts on the importance of CRM and EHR integration?


    As you know, we study the vendors on the market looking for trends: Who is actually selling their product? What features make them sellable? How good is their implementation? How quickly can they add new features? ehrYOURway is nailing it and yet you don’t attend conferences nor do you spend mega bucks on marketing agendas. Why is that?


    What are your most raved about feature(s)?ehryourway


    What is the size of the company and your user base?


    Over 4,800 users and a waiting list being served by 96 employees with 20-50 more being added by end of 2016.
    What kinds of tools do you have available for revenue cycle management?


    How many developers do you have on staff? 


    Where do you see the company and product heading in the future?

  • 00:25

    The Behavioral Health EHR Landscape: Scott Lloyd, President MTM Services

    in Psychology

    We welcome back Scott Lloyd, President of MTM Services, to Mental Health News Radio. When you want to challenge yourself and work with THE Behavioral Health consulting firm in the business you reach out to Scott lloyd. MTM Services is a strategic partner with The National Council for Behavioral Health - the heart of what's happening in and the future of Behavioral Healthcare.


    Our CEO, Kristin Walker, will be presenting at the 2016 National Council Conference in Las Vegas with Scott. Today we give you small taste of what we'll be focusing on for our presentation. 


    The topic?  What's Your Problem: You or Your EHR


    Tuesday, March 8th at 10 AM Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas


    Session Code: C20


    Enjoy the full article here.

  • 01:01

    A Different Perspective on EHR

    in Entrepreneur

    A Different Perspective on EHR

  • 00:36

    Where Behavioral Health EHR Vendors are Missing In Action with Doug Edwards

    in Psychology

    Join Doug Edwards, Vice President and Managing Director of Vendome Healthcare Media’s Behavioral Healthcare division, joins us to today to discuss what is trending in Behavioral Healthcare today and what EHR vendors are missing when it comes to marketing their software.  


    Some of the questions we asked Doug are listed below:


    What big trends have you seen in the behavioral health field during your 15 year career? 


    Why do you think investors are interested in behavioral healthcare now? 


    Should providers be concerned about the amount of “new money” flowing into the field? 


    Does the increased investment in the field only apply to for-profits? What about for not-for-profits? 


    What is the role of information technology and EHRs in relation to the investment flowing into treatment centers? 


    Where can providers turn to for information on selecting EHRs?


    What trends should providers be preparing for now? 


    How can listeners become more engaged with Behavioral Healthcare magazine? 


    Please read the full blog article here.

  • 00:41

    Data Systems Made Simple for Behavioral Health: TMS Behavioral Health EHR

    in Psychology

    There are few enough women in technology fields, even fewer in Behavioral Health EHR technology. Our listeners can only imagine our surprise to find what we refer to as a unicorn. We are honored to interview Dr. Kelly Hyde and Mary Curry of Social TecKnology. 


    Please enjoy the full blog which includes their bios here.


    Questions we cover on the show are listed below:



    Why is the behavioral health field your passion?
    How did you come to the business of developing an EHR for behavioral health?
    Tell us about the TMS – Technology Made Simple EHR, and how the EHR is an innovation in the field of behavioral health and integrated physical and behavioral health EHR?
    What role has the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) NIH grant played in Social TecKnowledgy’s EHR offerings?
    How many users of TMS are there?
    What are the clinical and quality assurance mechanisms for TMS?


     

  • 00:30

    Bringing Some Latin Flavor to the Behavioral Health EHR Market

    in Psychology

    A pleasure for all of us at everythingEHR is finding organizations that truly care about and have credibility in Behavioral Health. One of our favorite EHR vendors is ClinicTracker by JAGProducts. We had the opportunity to meet their entire team in 2014 and again in June of 2015 at their offices in New York. We want to know who the people are that work behind the scenes to bring excellent technology to our mental health providers.  


    Enjoy the full article here.


    We asked Matthew Cullipher who wears many hats at ClinicTracker (support, sales, marketing, video production – need we go on?) to join us on Mental Health News Radio. Matt started a not-for-profit in Latin America www.peopleprojectinc.com working with their mental health population. Sharing Matt’s passion for this field and how he spends his personal time will inspire you.These are the kinds of people you want handling mental health records.

  • 00:32

    Browser Based Behavioral Health EHR: Checkpoint by Integrity Support

    in Psychology

    Integrity Support is a North Carolina based electronic health record software company created for Behavioral Health providers. They have a unique and browser-based product. The founding members are comprised of a clinical psychologist and software engineer.  Please read their accompanying blog article here.  We interviewed both their CEO and Vice President on our show and covered the questions below:


    1. How and why did you get started?


    2. Why the name Integrity Support? 


    3. Why do you do what you do?


    4. What are your company strengths? 


    5. What makes your Checkpoint software different from other EHR’s? 


    6. What are your biggest challenges?


    7. How have you competed with the big EHR’s? 


    8. You’ve said that the most common feedback you hear about your Checkpoint software is that it is the easiest system available. Why is that?


    9. How sustainable is Checkpoint by Integrity Support for the future? 

  • 01:04

    Diane Yeager, EHR Expert

    in Entrepreneur

    Diane Yeager RN worked as a nurse in Labor & Delivery and Intensive Care for 7 years until 1992 at which point her career shifted to education. For the next 15 years, Diane worked as a Nursing Instructor in Northeast Ohio. Her results were impressive with an NCLEX pass rate for her graduating students of 97% throughout her teaching career. Her impact as a teacher was recognized when, during her fifth year of teaching, she received the Ohio Organization of Practical Nurse Educators' award for Distinguished Practical Nurse Educator of 1996.
    Diane's success as an educator was due to her enthusiasm for integrating computer technology into her teaching methodology which led to the creation of FreeNurseTutor, launched in 2006. Freenursetutor.com is a unique and completely free website that lets educators and students use a collection of self-paced and learning activities with a focus on interactivity and individualized learning. FreeNurseTutor is now used as an educational supplement by healthcare instructors and students at hundreds of schools.
    In 2007, Diane followed the trends in healthcare technology and transitioned to a career as an Electronic Health Records trainer. Diane has developed curriculum and instructional materials and trained healthcare personnel during large scale EHR system implementations at major hospital systems.
    As an EHR trainer, and through continued contact with healthcare educators, it became clear to Diane that most career tech and nursing schools simply do not have a way to prepare their students for the new world of electronic records. She enthusiastically embraced this as a personal challenge and used her experience in education and electronic health records to create an academic EHR system: EHR Tutor. EHR Tutor is designed to immediately deliver the "missing piece" of electronic records to any school's program. More information regarding EHR Tutor can be found at ehrtutor.com.

  • 00:30

    Who has access to Electronic Health Records (EHR)?

    in Health

    In order to maintain privacy and confidentiality, there are rules of access to Electronic Health Records (EHR) that can sometimes present barriers to delivering the best care.


    Tracy Zervakis and her daughter recently had quite an adventure trying to get the right medicine at the right time, and ran into several roadblocks imposed by the access rules around EHR at her hospital.


    While it sounds like a good idea to restrict access to those with a "need to know," in practice it sometimes get in the way.  Perhaps we need to re-think those rules, not only for the events in a peaceful day at the office, but also in an emergency.  


    Joyce and Mike speak with Tracy about her adventure and about ideas for improving the flow of medical information to patients, to emergency personnel, and to all those who really do "need to know" in order to deliver the right care at the right time.

  • 00:42

    Mental Health and Social Media with Sean Erreger

    in Psychology

    We met Sean Erreger when he attended our presentation on EHR technology for The National Council for Behavioral Health. Sean was also a presenter at the conference about the proper use of social media in the field of mental health. It can save lives and let’s face it: Social Media is not going anywhere. We might as well use it for good! Join Sean as we interview each other about what we do, why we do it, and why we are both so passionate about Behavioral Health.


    Read the full article HERE.


    As a social worker what are thoughts on the use of social media?


    Why did you start using social media? 


    What is the “value add” to being a mental health practitioner on social media?


    What about HIPPA?


    Why as a mental health professional on social media is it important for you to have a “social media policy”?  


    What are some of the key questions we want to ask when shopping around? 


    What should we know before reaching out to a EHR Vendor?


    What are good direct questions to ask prospective EHR companies when shopping around?


    In your NatCon Presentation you mentioned some Google searches you might want to do.. what are some of those?


    During implementation, if things are not working out as expected what can you do? 

  • 00:45

    The Dark Side of Corporate Narcissism with CEO Kristin Sunanta Walker

    in Health

    Imagine a work environment where you are literally in "eat or be killed" mode, and something as important as your paycheck is involved. This doesn't lend itself to a team spirit environment.


    Today's guest, Kristin Sunanata Walker, CEO of Everything EHR says: "What I see in organizations where leadership has created a toxic work environment is the prevalence of health issues from mental decline, eating disorders, anxiety, PTSD, etc."


     "Like the toxic village elder that wants no children to go to school lest they become smarter than he or she, narcissistic leaders keep their staff in an ever rotating position of ambiguity, gaslighting, love bombing, and paranoia.  If anyone other than the leader shines too brightly this results in massive narcissistic injury. A beheading is commonplace and the longer the staff continue on in this environment the harder it will be for them to leave.  They do take on the traits of their leader and live in a sheltered yet grandiose bubble of superiority on a ship of fools."


    Today Kristin will discuss, among other things, what she refers to as the characters in the Narcissistic Leaders game: The cheerleader, the star, and the doldrums.


    Kristin Sunanta Walker is the host of Mental Health News Radio and Mental Health After Dark. Her company everything EHR is dedicated to working within the Behavioral Health technology space helping vendors and mental health organizations create and utilize incredible tools for excellent patient care.  Her book Emotional Impotence will be released in early 2017.


    To learn more about Kristin Sunantra Walker please visit www.mentalhealthnewsradio.com,  www.everythingehr.com