This resource looks at the clinical and business impacts of operating in healthcare silos. Fortunately, health systems and behavioral health organizations can partner to provide value-based services that address these impacts. This integration enables providers to harness the power of networks and direct consumers to the most effective and cost-effective care. Attend this webinar to find out how to break out of the silos and partner with health systems in order to have better outcomes.
Date: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 | 1:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 Hour
ABOUT THE SPEAKERSAJ PetersonVice President and General Manager of InteroperabilityNetsmart
AJ Peterson maintains an efficient client-focused model around Netsmart’s connectivity and consumer-engagement solutions. He works to develop a cohesive brand and value system among associates, clients, suppliers and partners in his markets. Through AJ’s work, the Netsmart network now supports more than 560,000 users across 25,000 organizations in the U.S. The network facilitates more than 1 million distinct connections, including more than 1,300 lab orders and 10 million clinical transactions each year.
Working to advocate for Netsmart clients, AJ works with national policy and standards organizations for the inclusion of behavioral health, social services and post-acute communities in the sharing of data across the entire healthcare ecosystem.
Vice President of National Accounts
Jeff O’Berry leads Netsmart’s strategic effort to expand its reach to multi-state healthcare organizations throughout the country that serve mental and/or physical health across all levels of care – ambulatory, acute, post-acute and home health. Jeff and his team are focused on helping these organizations coordinate and optimize care through integrated systems that communicate across a robust platform for connectivity. Through this collective work, these organizations expand the continuum of care beyond what has traditionally been siloed environments toward a healthcare ecosystem that enables whole-person care and organizational sustainability.
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