Why You Have to Determine Value in Our New Healthcare Environment (and How You Can)
Start Date: August 19, 2014
End Date: August 19, 2014
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 2:00 PM -- 3:30 PM EDT
Behavioral health organizations face continuing fiscal challenges and dramatic changes to payment and service delivery. In addition to achieving better health outcomes for people with mental illnesses and addictions, it’s more important than ever for behavioral health organizations to prove their value by clearly, quantitatively demonstrating these outcomes, quality and service improvements, and cost-efficiency gains to public and private payers.
But how do you determine value?
Learn how states like Tennessee, Kansas, and Arkansas — collected important data to influence public policy, funding, and public information on behavioral health, and demonstrated that safety-net behavioral health services are effective and essential using SPQM, Service Process Quality Management.
Using data you already collect, SPQM provides hands-on analysis and consultation that helps you make data-based decisions and provide better services to patients and their families. It’s a highly interactive, customizable analytical tool that arms you with the essential information to strategize for the future, manage operations, develop continuous improvement strategies, and demonstrate outcomes to public and private payers.
Join Scott Lloyd, President of MTM Services, to learn how you can:
- Convert the reams of data you already collect for various reporting requirements into actionable data.
- Obtain a 360-degree view of how your clinics and programs are performing and drill down into specific areas for troubleshooting, problem solving, and operational analysis.
- Measure performance outcomes and increase the quality, accountability, compliance, and cost-efficiency of your services.
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