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Netsmart Technologies Announces Partnership With Health Information Exchange Consulting Firm Object Health
Date:4/22/2009

alth information exchange."

Hack is principal and chief executive officer of Object Health LLC, a California-based management consulting company that assists health care organizations and communities with leveraging health information to improve operational efficiencies and clinical health outcomes. She previously served as interim CEO for the California Regional Health Information Organization (CalRHIO) and executive director for Health Technology Center (HealthTech). She serves as program liaison for the California Privacy and Security Advisory Board and as a member of the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT) Privacy Expert Panel. Hack was program manager for the State of California technology initiative in the area of Mental Health Information Technology through the California Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). Object Health also provides consulting services to the Long Beach Network for Health, a National Health Information Network contractor.

"I'm pleased to be affiliated with Netsmart, which serves behavioral health's largest provider community, including state systems, community mental health and private practices," said Hack. "Netsmart is

uniquely positioned to help behavioral health organizations participate in HIEs, a requirement for federal economic stimulus funding under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 (ARRA)."

The CareConnect solution was developed for the unique clinical requirements of behavioral health, and features a version of the Continuity of Care Document (CCD) modified to support behavioral health constructs like multi-axial diagnosis and treatment care plans while still supporting adherence to the CCD specification standard. Regardless of the EHR software they use, providers can use this new standard to connect and share data. If they do not have an EHR, they can use the CareConnect Web portal to connect and communicate.

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