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CareVue and Behavioral Health (white paper)

Download this Medsphere white paper to read an in-depth explanation of what makes CareVue an effective tool in inpatient behavioral health environments. (4 pages total)


CareVue Cloud Primer

The fully cloud-based version of CareVue gives Medsphere's current and future clients greater accessibility and saves the expense of local servers and data centers. Download this primer to better understand how CareVue Cloud can save your organization money and enhance patient care.

Category: The OpenVista EHR, Technology

CareVue Behavioral Health EHR

CareVue from Medsphere is a fully integrated behavioral health EHR that supports clinical workflows across a variety of behavioral health inpatient settings and business models. Medsphere has spent considerable time and resources enhancing CareVue for behavioral health providers by building in valuable functions, including charting templates, a Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Plan module, group notes and automated dicharge summaries.

Category: Behavioral Health, The OpenVista EHR

Medsphere Migrates EHRs to the Cloud

Medsphere Systems Corporation has moved into cloud-based services with the implementation of the company’s CareVue® electronic health record (EHR) at the Behavioral Center of Michigan and Samaritan Behavioral Center. 

Category: Acute Care, Behavioral Health, The OpenVista EHR

Medsphere Achieves 48 Percent Growth

Medsphere Systems Corporation is welcoming the new year with excitement and anticipation following a busy and historic 2016. Significant recent achievements include an expansion of company products and services as well as a record number of new clients and unprecedented revenue growth.

Category: Acute Care, Behavioral Health, The OpenVista EHR

MIPS: The New Reporting Regime

Are you a MIPS physician? Not sure? Download this resource to learn more about the MIPS program and how the federal government will soon be evaluating performance and reimbursement. 

Category: Acute Care, Meaningful Use

ROI From Your Behavioral Health EHR

A behavioral health EHR makes comprehensive patient data immediately available, enables better record keeping and more informed clinical decisions, improves legibility by leaps and bounds, ensures the safety of medication administration and integrates patient care across the continuum. While not as easily measurable as quantitative benefits, qualitative improvements still save time, prevent adverse medication events and reduce errors, which saves money.
Category: Behavioral Health, The OpenVista EHR

Effectively Managing EHR Implementation

An electronic health record (EHR) implementation is a major undertaking for hospitals of any size—from a rural acute care or inpatient behavioral health facility to a large multi-entity health system. The good news is that a properly planned and executed EHR implementation improves clinical processes to ensure physicians and other clinicians make effective decisions about patient care.
Category: Acute Care, Behavioral Health, HIPAA, Meaningful Use, The OpenVista EHR, Technology

Special Meaningful Use Report / July 2016

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services recently released a new set of proposed rules for modification of Meaningful Use. Absent significant alterations, by fall we should see many Meaningful Use Stage 2 and 3 changes that promise to significantly reduce the burden on providers struggling to meet MU requirements. Following is our summary of the 764-page document covering CMS’s changes to MU. Use this document as an overview and guide to which sections in the larger document you might want to review in greater detail.

Category: Acute Care, Meaningful Use, Technology, Reports

The Essential Guide to the Omnibus HIPAA Rule

HIPAA privacy and security regulations have been around for almost 13 years. During the same period, new federal rules have evolved with provisions that paralleled, expanded on, or otherwise interacted with HIPAA.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights announced a final rule in January of 2013 that implements a number of provisions to strengthen the privacy and security protections for health information. This Special Report, written by D'Arcy Guerin Gue, author of The Guide to Medical Privacy & HIPAA from Thompson Publishing, covers the most important provisions. 
Category: HIPAA, Reports