Automated billing systems have emerged as a game changer for mental and behavioral health providers, allowing them to streamline their billing processes and enhance their financial performance.
In this blog post, we take a look at the top six business metrics mental and behavioral health providers should track to monitor their business’s health effectively. If your EHR does not allow you to generate these reports, it may be time to look for a better solution.
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A key piece of the whole-person care puzzle is implementing workflows and processes aligning with this care model. Your EHR is no exception. So, let’s look at 7 tools your EHR needs to implement whole-person care models.
Telehealth has emerged as a powerful tool to overcome these challenges and bring much-needed mental and behavioral health support to those who need it the most.
In this eBook, we dive into whole-person care and how mental health providers can implement it in their practice.
Based on our popular Billing 101 webinar series, this eBook post will delve into the intricacies of credentialing, contracting, revenue cycle health metrics, and understanding eligibility for mental and behavioral health providers.
In the digital age, mental and behavioral health providers are continually seeking innovative ways to streamline their practice operations. One essential tool gaining popularity among practitioners is the use of dynamic forms.
If you’re expanding your private practice or looking for a more suitable solution to meet your current needs, you’ve made the decision to get a new mental health EHR. But how do you choose the perfect one? Here are some key factors you should consider when searching for a new EHR:
As loneliness booms, AI companions are stepping in to provide companionship. But what are the consequences of using tech to fix a human problem?