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Netsmart Technologies Introduces the Netsmart Connect(TM) Suite of Solutions for Behavioral and Public Healthcare
Date:5/1/2008

s like regional health information networks (RHIOs).

The suite also enables providers to send patient statements and other data quickly and securely to multiple payers in a single transmission via a Netsmart electronic data interchange (EDI)-based service. This eliminates the need for providers to maintain individual connections with multiple payers, and simplifies the process of transmitting claims and remittance files.

Finally, the Netsmart Connect suite includes a consumer care portal, enabling consumers to have a direct, Web-based link to their providers for information exchange and reference.

The components of the Netsmart Connect suite include:

Netsmart MobileConnect

A solution that enables a clinician or case manager to work disconnected in the field with a notebook or tablet computer, then synchronize upon returning to the office, furthering the concept of connected care and eliminating the need for error-prone and time-intensive re-keying of data.

Netsmart CareConnect

A service built on national standards that ensures continuity of care by enabling clinical data to be shared between providers and other entities such as RHIOs.

Netsmart ClaimsConnect

An EDI-based network service that enables agencies to quickly and securely send information to multiple care providers, managed care organizations and other external entities in a single transmission even if they have widely differing data formatting and submission requirements. This complements the capabilities of Netsmart enterprise software, which already furnishes agencies with a HIPAA-compliant method to transmit claims, receive electronic remittance, and send statements.

Netsmart ConsumerConnect

A consumer Web portal that enables Netsmart customer agencies to proactively involve consumers in their care. Using the portal, consumers can schedule appointments, review and comment on their treatment plans, view current medications and t
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