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Netsmart's Focus on Innovation to Help Health and Human Service Providers Span the Spectrum of Care in the Healthcare 3.0 Environment
Date:4/20/2012

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In a time of rapid evolution of processes and advancements, healthcare providers are rethinking their use of technology, applications and workflow. Netsmart Technologies, the leading provider of clinical solutions for health and human services organizations nationwide, today announced a series of innovative solutions designed to help providers deliver accountable, recovery-based care in the increasingly integrated healthcare ecosystem. The announcement was made in conjunction with the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare's 42nd Mental Health and Addictions Conference in Chicago and the CONNECTIONS2012 Netsmart Client Conference in New Orleans April 23-26, 2012.

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"We're living and working in a speed of thought environment," said Tom Herzog, Netsmart executive vice president, Solutions and Operations. "Our focus on innovation is driven by our clients' desire to drive down costs, but more importantly, provide high quality care. It's no longer about agile development, but also agile design -- delivering today what our clients need tomorrow."

Netsmart announced the availability of a series of innovative solutions and capabilities for health and human services in several emerging areas Herzog described as "critical to the goal of supporting a holistic model of care." These solutions target the organizations Netsmart serves in the health and human services sectors, including behavioral health and addiction services providers, psychiatric hospitals, local health departments, social services and child and family health agencies, I/DD organizations, managed care organizations and vital records offices.

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