Health Homes Require More Than EHRs


Electronic Health Records have shown limited capacity to support integrated health care for individuals with behavioral health conditions.Challenges have been noted for the coordination of care among multiple providers (primary,… Read More

Hoarding Patient Data


Organizational cultures are uniquely designed to preserve their status quo. These norms inform and direct the human resources of institutions in order to maintain and preserve their standard operations. Language,… Read More

Information Technology Needs for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics and Other Value-Based Reimbursement Systems


As CCBHCs take on the challenges of establishing operations that comply with grant and program criteria – including the scope, availability, accessibility and coordination of care services – these organizations… Read More

Care Coordination Technology Solutions That Support Medicaid’s Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) Programs


Open Minds’ recent market intelligence report LTSS Shift – Finding the Opportunities by Athena Mandros cites 2013 expenditures associated with Medicaid’s Long term Support and Services (LTSS) reaching an astonishing… Read More

Connecting Care Teams with Smart Technology – The Health Home Model


The coordination of care for individuals with complex or multiple chronic illnesses is key to improving population health outcomes. This can be successfully achieved through integrated technology solutions that are… Read More

InfoMC Healthy Behavior Change E-Guide


A cornerstone of population health and individual health outcomes are the fundamentals of healthy behaviors.  These are the building blocks of how people are able to understand and manage their… Read More

Population Health Management Tools and Strategies to Support Care Coordination


Recent efforts to reform the American health care system focus on improving the health of designated communities or populations, and purchasing health care services based on value and improved outcomes…. Read More

Closing Health Care Gaps Through Care Coordination


The quality and cost of health care services are currently impaired by the gaps that exist between providers and clinical systems of care. Recent efforts in system design and technology… Read More

Using Information Technology Solutions to Chart the Pathway to Value-Based Contracting and Population Health Management


The landscape for the reimbursement of healthcare services is rapidly evolving from payments for services that are based on the volume of care provided, to value-based contracting that recognizes the… Read More