Behavioral Health Monitor

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Behavioral Health Monitor


Mobile Workstation

The Flo 1750 mobile workstation brings together reliability, value, mobility, and wireless capabilities in an ergonomie, lightweight design that enables clinicians to do mote where it matters most-at the point of care. Access to real-time patient information allows the clinician to interact more with patients and significantly reduce the opportunity for error.

The Flo 1750 is designed to provide Healthcare practitioners with the convenience of a true nurses' workstation, without becoming heavy or cumbersome. With its small footprint, the Flo 1750 is designed for mobility, allowing easy access even in cramped quarters. A large work surface provides ample room for charting and convenient access to a fullsize keyboard. The Flo 1750 also features a full-size monitor for better viewing, with height and tilt adjustments to reduce eyestrain and back fatigue. And all of the Flo 1750's wires and cables are enclosed within the body of the cart.

The Flo 1750 offers a variety of options, from wire baskets to cashboxes, allowing each facility to create its ideal configuration. The Flo workstations arrive fully assembled-simply roll out of the box, charge the battery, and start using. The Flo 1750 works with all standard wireless networks.

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Online Seminars

Netsmart Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise-wide software for health and human services organizations, and OPEN MINDS, a behavioral health consulting firm, are partnering to create OPEN MINDS Live and On-line, a series of online management seminars. Each twohour seminar will address management topics in behavioral health and will blend faculty-led presentation and participant dialogue.

OPEN MINDS Live and On-line is expected to launch this month through Netsmart University, powered by ContinuedLearning.

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EAP Meeting

The 18th Annual Employee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA) Institute is May 10-12 at The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. This year's events include 2 Pre-Institutes, 20 workshops, 3 keynote presentations, receptions, and An Evening At Casa Loma, Toronto's magnificent castle. For more information, visit www.easna.org.

Consumer Reporting System

CARF has introduced uSPEQ(pronounced you speak), a confidential, anonymous, and scientifically tested consumer reporting system. …

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