InfoMC and EAPs at the Point of Care Coordination
April 17, 2015 – Conshohocken PA – InfoMC, a leading provider of process improvement technology for healthcare organizations, will be an exhibitor at the 2015 EASNA Annual Institute, April 22-24, 2015, at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Hotel in Florida. The EASNA annual conference is the world’s largest gathering of employee assistance professionals. This year’s theme is, “Tools, Trends, and Traps: Positioning EAPs for Maximum Success.”
EAPs are often the first, perhaps only, avenue for employees to seek assistance with mental health and substance abuse issues. EAPs also help their members connect and engage with resources for a variety of personal, family, and financial challenges. Today, EAPs are increasingly becoming a central point of care coordination across all healthcare disciplines and life coaching services. As the concept of person-centered care and “whole health”continue to develop, EAPs are in a unique position to advance and inform the process.
A complete technology solution, InfoMC’s Incedo and Incedo ProviderConnect helps EAP/Work-Life programs manage client relationships by monitoring provider encounters, ensuring patient adherence to prescribed activity and medication, and tracking follow-up and transitional care plans. Incedo also measures key performance indicators for improved outcomes and reduced costs. InfoMC INTERACTIVE, a powerful Business Intelligence and Data Analytics engine, helps organizations focus on the value, not just volume, of information.
Visit Richard Powers (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Angela Madara (email@example.com) in the EASNA Exhibit Hall at booth 19 to learn more about the InfoMC product suite.
InfoMC has been developing and perfecting collaborative healthcare process management technology for commercial and public sector markets for nearly 20 years. Some of the largest, most-respected names in managed care, behavioral health, and employee assistance programs, as well as state and local governments, use InfoMC technology to run their businesses. InfoMC’s comprehensive software includes robust transaction processing, proactive care management, consumer engagement, and advanced analytics and business intelligence. These products work independently or combined to form exceptional healthcare management and wellness solutions and are powered by InfoMC’s cutting-edge G70™ Platform, a new healthcare software accelerator. (www.infomc.com)
As the employee assistance industry’s trade association, EASNA advances the competitive excellence of its members by fostering best practices, research, education, and advocacy in behavioral health and wellness that impacts workplace performance. EASNA was founded in 1985 with an original charter to develop standards of excellence for providers of Employee Assistance Programs. (www.easna.org)