Magazine article Behavioral Healthcare Executive

Behavioral Health Monitor

Magazine article Behavioral Healthcare Executive

Behavioral Health Monitor

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Addiction Treatment Conference

The 31st SECAD conference, addressing clinical and research issues in addiction treatment, is Nov. 29 to Dec. 2 in Atlanta. Registrants have the opportunity to attend one of two training sessions on Dec. 2: a course on buprenorphine and office-based treatment of opioid dependence, or a six-hour ethics training. CME credits are available. More information is available at www.naatp.org.

EAP Training

EAP Technology Systems, Inc. (TSI) has launched an advanced training institute for EAP, Healthcare, HR, and business professionals on current topics, the Luest trends, and the newest developments in the EAP field. The institute will offer a variety of learning formats, including audio conferences, webinars, and workshops. To learn more, visit www.eaptechnology. com/training.

System Interoperability

Netsmart Technologics, Inc., has acquired QS Technologies, Inc. QS Technologies delivers enterprise-wide public health solutions and vital records software. Netsmart public health customers will have the ability to interoperate with Netsmart behavioral health solutions to integrate programs with their mental health counterparts. For more information, visit www.ntst.com.

Business Intelligence Decision Support

UNI/CARE Systems, Inc., is integrating Cognos Business Intelligence solutions into UNI/CARE's ProFiler(TM) electronic health record system. The integrated products offer behavioral Healthcare providers a realtime solution for exploring and analyzing large volumes of data with fast and predictable response times. Providers will he able to manage performance by receiving a detailed analysis of all business and healthcare information collected by the organization. For more information, visit www.unicaresys.com.

Residential Treatment

Timberline Knolls recently opened to offer residential treatment to young women ages 12 to 21 suffering from emotional problems, self-injury, substance abuse, and eating disorders. …

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