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Solving Behavioral Health Service Delivery Challenges: Why You Need To Be Thinking About AI…
May 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Executive teams of behavioral health organizations are balancing several issues at the same time – improving access to care, productivity management, ensuring consumer safety, reducing administrative costs, and more. The solutions to these issues are increasingly being addressed by artificial intelligence-infused technology. Artificial intelligence (AI) in the health care field is more than chatbots doing virtual therapy. AI is now being used to speed clinical documentation, to assist in treatment planning, and to monitor consumer health.
In this webinar, we will cover how AI and other advanced technologies are giving behavioral health organizations a competitive advantage – improving performance on many levels. And, we’ll take a deep dive into using AI for medication management. Learn how your team can leverage the power of AI right now and join us for a look at what else is on the horizon as AI technology continues to advance.
Join Chief Medical Officer at DrFirst, Dr. Colin Banas, and Qualifacts subject matter experts, Kevin Schmidt, Vice President, Technology and Mary Givens, CCBHC Program Manager to explore:
1. The current uses of AI in health and human service delivery system management
2. Using AI for medication management and health care documentation – how the right system design can improve quality and efficiency
3. The power of AI for synthesizing clinical data – assisting clinicians in better decision making
4. New AI tools in the health and human service pipeline
Registration for this webinar has been provided at no charge courtesy of Qualifacts.
Unable to attend? Still register! At the conclusion of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the webinar and presentation slides.
Dr. Colin Banas, Chief Medical Officer, DrFirst
Colin is an Internal Medicine Hospitalist and former Chief Medical Information Officer for VCU Health System in Richmond, Virginia. He has testified before the U.S. Senate and the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) on health IT and the Meaningful Use program, and is a former Health IT Fellow for the ONC. His interests center on the role of big data and analytics on patient outcomes and on novel forms of clinical decision support that are outside the realm of traditional rules and alerts, including real-time dashboarding and intuitive usability designs. He also helped spearhead the VCU effort to participate in the Open Notes initiative, where patients have access to their clinical documentation in real time. In 2017, Colin received the HIMSS-AMDIS award for Physician Executive of the Year from his peers. He earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia, his M.D. from Eastern Virginia Medical School, and a master’s in Healthcare Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mary Givens, CCBHC Program Manager, Qualifacts
Leveraging her extensive background as a public accountant and controller for a community mental health center, during her time with Credible Tammy brought 78 agencies live including seven in new states and 22 with RCMS (outsourced billing). She was a leader in integrating Change Healthcare with Credible, streamlining many billing processes along the way. She also redesigned the billing workflows to align with the platform’s best practices, using that opportunity to create the “Credible Billing: Step By Step” documentation. She currently oversees more than $120 million in Qualifacts Revenue Cycle Management Services. Tammy has earned a BS in Business Accounting and an MBA, both from Indiana University.
Kevin Schmidt, Vice President, Technology, Qualifacts
Kevin has 3 decades of health care experience. He’s been in EMS for 9 years, IT Director for a TPA with 5 high risk state pools, created the interoperability capabilities and business for a very large EMR vendor as well as helped define and manage all data for the population health platform for that same vendor; he was also the executive over a control substance repository. He has served on committees in the federal space with ONC and CMS, as well as helped states plan and define their data, analysis, and state reporting. Currently Kevin has responsibility over Data Innovations for Qualifacts. He has executive responsibilities over the strategies for big data.