Are you a large behavioral health or addiction treatment center in the market for an electronic health record (EHR) software? Maybe this is your first time researching for an EHR, or you are looking for a new one to better suit the size of your operation.
By: Cory Valentine, VP of Sales If you had to choose between flip-flops or hiking boots, you would want to know the intended use for the footwear before making any decisions. Are you climbing Mt. Everest or going to St. Barts? Likewise, if you were given the choice between an eggbeater and a commercial cement mixer, you'd probably need more information. Are you making breakfast or a Bauhause-style office building?
By: Cory Valentine, VP of Sales Large behavioral health organizations succeed because of efficiency, good practices, and having the right tools for the job. In our last post, we focused on what small private practices should consider when shopping an EHR. You can find that blog here.
By: Cory Valentine, VP of Sales Recently, we cited Henry David Thoreau’s Walden when touting the benefits of a behavioral health-specific EHR. He speaks of simplifying, warning against frittering your life away on “detail.” But those of us in this field know how important some details can be—the important details, that is, not the superfluous ones. When you prioritize the correct details and eliminate the time wasting ones with a behavioral health-specific EHR, your clients have a simplified experience that results in better outcomes.
By: Cory Valentine, VP of Sales “Our life is frittered away by detail,” Henry David Thoreau famously wrote. “Simplify, simplify.” Those of us in the behavioral health field can certainly appreciate this directive. And although we can’t call it quits and go live by a pond in Massachusetts for the next few years, our clients, staff, and facility all benefit when we simplify things where we can.