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Mental Health Partners Selects Stockell Healthcare's InsightCS® Revenue Cycle Information Management System
Date:1/5/2012

ST. LOUIS, Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Stockell Healthcare Systems is pleased to announce that Mental Health Partners, a comprehensive community mental healthcare provider headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, has selected the company's InsightCS® Revenue Cycle Information Management system featuring complete Patient Access, Patient Accounting, and Claims Management functionality. 

Mental Health Partners also selected the MindLinc behavioral health EMR solution and will be integrating it with InsightCS® to achieve true, end-to-end electronic patient care and patient information management.

"Stockell's integrated approach to revenue cycle management, from client check-in to account collections, was a key factor in our selection.  It will automate our current manual processes and position us to better manage the changes associated with healthcare reform," said Mental Health Partners CEO Barbara Ryan, Ph.D.

Rick Stockell, president of Stockell Healthcare added, "Behavioral Health is an important market segment for us and we are pleased with the opportunity to provide our full suite of advanced Patient Access and Patient Accounting solutions to help Mental Health Partners improve patient and provider satisfaction, and to maximize operational efficiency throughout the entire revenue cycle."

About Mental Health Partners

Mental Health Partners is a community mental health center that is dedicated to preserving the original public health roots of community mental health---focusing on prevention, wellness and population health--- and doing this in the context of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's Triple Aim, emphasizing quality, patient experience, and cost efficiency.  MHP offers a broad array of services focusing on infants, young children, adolescents, adults and older adults, as well as their families in order to promote mental health and wellness and to support individuals and families
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