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Remarkable Health Welcomes Alan Ortego As Chief Technology Officer

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May 21st, 2018 – Scottsdale, AZ – Remarkable Health is proud to announce that Alan Ortego has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer. Alan will oversee the product and engineering teams at Remarkable Health, as well as lead the company’s product roadmap and technical operations. Alan is an experienced technology executive with over 15 years of leadership experience architecting and developing innovative software products, making him a strong addition to the company.

Along with his team, Alan will work to architect and develop solutions that serve the needs of behavioral health providers and their clients. Alan stated, “Remarkable Health is working to transform behavioral health and I am tremendously excited to join this strong, innovative and forward-thinking team.  I look forward to using my healthcare technology experience to focus on the specific issues of our providers, and to enhance, grow and create products that will allow our providers to focus on what matters – their clients.”

“Without a doubt Alan is a talented CTO with experience relevant to our industry.” said Peter Flick, President & Chief Executive Officer. “He has the unique ability as a technology leader to deliver awesome products, lead a team, and create a culture of growth. We’re extremely excited about the impact he will have on furthering our mission to create products that deliver Wow! moments for behavioral health providers and their clients.”

Prior to Remarkable Health, Alan was Chief Technology Officer at eMDs, an industry leading EHR and practice management solution for physicians where he led high-performance teams of architects, engineers, and developers to deliver new SaaS products. Alan also previously served as Sr. Director of Engineering and Chief Architect at eMDs. Prior to eMDs he was Lead Application Developer at VueCentric where he led development on the company’s core product, MortgageDashboard. Earlier in his career Alan led the Applications Development Team at Innovative Way, was a Solutions Analyst at Experian Scorex, and was an Application Developer at Applied Materials.

For additional information, visit https://www.remarkablehealth.com/

About Remarkable Health

Remarkable Health is a 25-year pioneer offering practice management software to the Behavioral Health and Human Service community. Our provider success platform enables health care providers to improve more lives by spending less time in front of a screen and more time helping their clients. Our flagship product, CT|One is a complete hosted Electronic Health Record (EHR) – Clinical, Billing, Scheduling, Medication Management / e-Prescribing, Reporting, etc. – for inpatient, outpatient and residential settings.

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Remarkable Health Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For New Corporate Headquarters

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Behavioral Health EHR company continues to grow and expand its commitment to the Scottsdale business community.

Scottsdale, Arizona February 1st, 2018

Remarkable Health showcased its commitment to the booming Phoenix tech industry by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the move to its new corporate headquarters located in the newly renovated Quad office complex located at 6200 E Thomas Road in Scottsdale, Arizona. The event on January 23rd, 2018 at 11:30am (MST) was attended by Remarkable Health employees; Jim Lane, mayor of Scottsdale; Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce members; local Arizona customers; and business family and friends.

Remarkable Health is a 25-year pioneer offering practice management software through an integrated Electronic Health Record platform consisting of Clinical, Billing, Scheduling, Reporting, and Medication Management modules specifically for community based mental health providers.

Remarkable Health was previously located in Chandler, Arizona from 2014 to 2017, and prior to that in Gilbert, AZ, where it was formally known as ClaimTrak Systems, Inc. In 2015, Peter Flick, now President and CEO of Remarkable Health, acquired ClaimTrak. At that time, the company had around 70 clients and just under 30 employees. In December of 2016 the company underwent a significant rebranding initiative and changed their name to Remarkable Health in in an effort to better reflect their culture, philosophy, and mission to eliminate obstacles that prevent people from doing what they’re meant to do.

Today, Remarkable Health has increased its office space to support its continued growth. With a client base of more than 140 organizations across the U.S., the company now employs over 50 people. Remarkable Health selected The Quad as one of most sought after office spaces in the Old Town Scottsdale area who had recently committed to over $22 million in renovations. Now one of eighteen tenants, they join a vast group of both new and seasoned Arizona businesses looking to make an impact both locally and nation-wide.

“Our goal is to make it ten times easier for behavioral health providers to create wow moments and we are putting our money where our mouth is,” said Peter Flick, CEO of Remarkable Health. “We are investing in our people and our customers. This office is one piece of many that will allow us to have a home and position us for the next decade as we work to create the best culture and environment, and do meaningful things. I am humbled and grateful for the opportunity that we have as a company to really build a cause driven brand and grow within this community.”

“I want to not only congratulate, but recognize Remarkable Health for bringing their business to Scottsdale,” said Jim Lane, mayor of Scottsdale. “To bring a good solid business in something that is entirely within the realm of what Scottsdale aims to be, a healthy community on all levels. With the current issues we face right now, whether its state wide or national, like the opioid crisis, what Remarkable Health is able to provide with software and data analysis are the things that are going to be critically important.”

This past year Remarkable Health was recognized as one of the 2017’s 100 Best Companies in Arizona – Best of the Future by Best Companies AZ, as well as selected as one of the Top 10 within that group for Work-Life Balance.

For more information please contact Ashley Dooley at 602-892-0159 or adooley@remarkablehealth.com

About Remarkable Health, LLC

Remarkable Health is the leading Provider Success Software Company focused on the behavioral health and human services industries. We passionately focus on providing behavioral health, substance abuse and human service organizations the tools they need to provide remarkable client experiences. We offer a purpose-built, integrated platform consisting of Electronic Health Record (EHR)—Clinical, Billing, Scheduling, Reporting, and Medication Management —for inpatient, outpatient, and residential facilities.  For more information call 602.888.9606 or visit https://www.remarkablehealth.com

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Golden Gate Bridge Survivor Kevin Hines: “Suicide the Ripple Effect”

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Remarkable Health recently partnered with Kevin Hines to help produce “Suicide the Ripple Effect”, a feature length documentary film, currently in production. The film focuses on the devastating effects of suicide and the tremendous positive ripple effects of advocacy, inspiration and action that are helping millions of people find the hope needed to stay alive.

The film takes you on a journey with Kevin, who at age 19, attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Kevin is now one of the Golden Gate Bridge survivors. Today, Kevin still battles many extreme symptoms of bipolar disorder, but that hasn’t stopped him from becoming a world-renowned mental health advocate, motivational speaker and author who has helped thousands of people choose life. We are excited to help Kevin spread a message of hope, recovery, and wellness as he visits some of the people who have been impacted by his suicide attempt.

Please join us in this mission to help insure this film and its inspirational message of hope reaches its full potential and is seen around the globe by those who need hope the most. You can help by sharing this post with your social networks.

Check out the trailer here

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What to Look for in EHR and Practice Management Software

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Purchasing behavioral health practice management software is the first step toward tying together various pieces of your practice or agency and connecting the data. The key to finding the right software solution for your organization is to look for a fully integrated platform that ties together practice management and EHR functionality. You want one centralized location to use all the data at your fingertips to make sound business decisions.

Look specifically for an EHR and practice management platform that includes scheduling, clinical, medication management, billing, revenue cycle management, and reporting. Here’s how an integrated behavioral health EHR and practice management software platform ties everything together.

Client engagement

An integrated EHR and practice management platform should make it easy to engage with your clients. From intake of new clients to sending automatic appointment reminders to current clients, client engagement is a key element.

You should also be able to offer clients access to their records with total confidentiality.

Use your practice management software to check and monitor appointment history. Your new practice management software allows you to check on your authorizations available to make sure you do not book another appointment if the payer does not allow it.

Clinical

A fully integrated EHR and practice management software solution makes it easy to record, track, and manage client progress from a centralized dashboard.

Recording client notes should be easy with access to templates and recording features that automate the routine progress note tasks.

Look for a complete platform that seamlessly integrates your clinical functions with intake, scheduling appointments, and other practice management tasks.

Practice

Behavioral health practice management software helps you streamline how your agency operates. For example, look for a system that covers such areas as authorization management, calendar and scheduling, medication accountability, bed management, and document tracking.

Your new practice management software should let you check appointment history and run reports like the number of no-shows to help you manage your practice.

Revenue cycle management

Revenue cycle management and billing functionality is sometimes a separate system. When you integrate all your disparate systems into one provider success platform, you achieve efficiencies that can pay for themselves over time.

For example, you can automate billing functions so your staff spends less time on the billing aspect of your business. Look for an integrated system that lets you bill daily on completion of progress notes, automatically posts claims, and tracks claim status.

Also look for revenue cycle management functionality that cuts errors and increases claim accuracy to help you reduce days in accounts receivable.

Data analytics

The key to managing your behavioral health agency more efficiently is leveraging the data you have at your fingertips.

A fully integrated EHR and practice management software solution should let you:

  • Accurately measure client and practices outcomes.
  • Identify what’s working and understand the financial impact of each program.
  • Instantly create reports for audits and regulatory requirements.
  • Generate revenue cycle management reports to help you track accounts receivable, payments, missing signatures, and more.

Interoperability

An EHR and practice management software that’s fully integrated into one provider success platform that accommodates third party connections such as HIE’s, clearing houses, and other local entities.

Interoperability grants you visibility into clients’ care and treatment outcomes. You can also reduce the time it takes your administrative staff to verify insurance eligibility by automating that function.

Finally, you’ll save on scanning documentation or calling for lab results when you’re able to connect to outside systems.

Conclusion

One of the strengths of an integrated EHR and practice management software system is how it streamlines your client and company data. When you use an integrated system, you link information that is typically housed in separate places. This helps you eliminate the extra workload it takes to bridge the gap between systems.

Think of your fully integrated behavioral health EHR and practice management software solution as a provider success platform. You’ll run operations more efficiently and be more successful, to the benefit of your business and, most importantly, your clients.

The Remarkable Health difference

Remarkable Health (formerly known as ClaimTrak) is the leading Provider Success Software Company focused on the behavioral health and human services industries. For more than 25 years we have passionately focused on providing behavioral health, substance abuse and human service organizations the tools they need to provide remarkable client experiences. We offer a purpose-built, integrated platform consisting of Electronic Health Record (EHR)—Clinical, Billing, Scheduling, Reporting, and Medication Management —for inpatient, outpatient, and residential facilities.

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Steps to a Successful EHR Implementation

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Whether you are replacing paper records or replacing an existing EHR system, the process of transitioning to a behavioral health EHR platform requires significant preparation.

The following steps will help you plan your specific goals and understand the overall impact, easing the transition process and increasing your chance of success.

  1. What are your goals?

Establishing key goals for EHR implementation should be one of the first things you should document. Goals should be measurable, realistic, and include timelines for completion.

Example goals to include:

  • Identify inefficiencies in your current workflow processes
  • Improving revenue cycle, clinical and productivity metrics
  • Providing better access to data across providers and programs.

Key goals should be dynamic. Be prepared to modify your goals as you learn more about your workflows in the next step and how an EHR solution will mesh with or change them.

  1. Is your agency ready for a transition?

The first step is to document your administrative, clinical, and financial workflows. You need to understand how you currently do things to determine where there are areas for improvement and how they may change after EHR implementation.

Are there any technical literacy gaps that require training outside of using the EHR system?

Finally, consider additional financial costs like staffing changes, updates needed to hardware, and a loss of productivity while employees become proficient with the new EHR solution.

  1. Who will be part of your core implementation team?

Designated leadership can make or break your EHR implementation process. Your team should include clinicians, staff, and management of all levels and from all roles.

Your implementation team must have the authority to make decisions concerning the transition process. Also, assign a champion to lead the team. You want someone who can engage others and create excitement around your new EHR solution.

Finally, appoint someone willing to be the point person during and after implementation to answer questions and help others through the transition.

Your EHR provider should also provide a key contact to help you undertake the transition.

  1. Who will be your EHR vendor?

Now you need to search for prospective EHR providers. Your planning in the above steps provides guidance on what to look for in preferred vendors.

A behavioral health EHR vendor supplies a configured platform designed to take your agency’s workflows and optimize them in a way that functions within the EHR system. Part of selecting an EHR vendor is determining whether they will provide the security necessary for your protected health information, so it’s important to look for a certified vendor.

Finally, it’s important to find a vendor that values relationships. You want a vendor that will guide you through implementation and support you like a business partner after go-live. Without this type of business partnership, it’s likely you will have a failed implementation.

Conclusion

While these four steps summarize a successful EHR implementation, planning the details before selecting an EHR vendor puts you on the path to success. Agencies are more likely to experience a smoother implementation and better outcomes when they take the time to plan accordingly.

Where to find more information

Remarkable Health’s comprehensive best practice guide, Behavioral Health EHR Implementation Roadmap, shows you how to create a roadmap for a successful implementation. Download your free copy of the guide today.

The Remarkable Health difference

Remarkable Health offers an implementation methodology that puts your agency first. Our goal is to ensure you have remarkable experiences throughout each stage of your relationship with us.

When you engage with our implementation team expect formal project plans for each program we set up and establish. Once your organization is ready, our extensive training process helps your staff and clinicians become efficient users of CT|One from well before your go-live date.

And once you go live with the system, we are here to provide assistance through any hiccups or roadblocks encountered with the process, serving as a trusted advisor for your organization.

Request a demo of CT|One today to experience the difference a powerful fully integrated behavioral health EHR platform can make in your client care and agency goals.

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Medication Compliance in Mental Health

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The HIPAA Privacy Rule ensures clients’ privacy rights and protections regarding their health information. Nevertheless, the Privacy Rule recognizes when health information may need to be shared to make sure clients receive the best treatment and to ensure the health and safety of the client or others.

Sharing information related to mental health

HIPAA permits mental healthcare providers to share protected behavioral health information in the following instances.

  • Communicate with a client’s family members, friends, or other responsible parties directly involved in the client’s care. You should get the client’s written consent first, if possible.
  • Communicate with family when the client is a dependent adult or a minor.
  • Consider the client’s capacity to agree or object to sharing information. Per HIPAA, this could include when a client is “unconscious, experiencing temporary psychosis, or is intoxicated and cannot agree or object.”
  • Involve family members, friends, or other responsible parties when clients fail to adhere to medication.
  • Listen to family members about clients receiving mental health treatment.
  • Communicate with family members, law enforcement, or others if the client poses a “serious and imminent threat of harm to self or others.”
  • Communicate with law enforcement about the release of a client brought in for an emergency psychiatric hold.

Restrictions

HIPAA Privacy Rule allows disclosure of mental health information for treatment in the above situations and other purposes with appropriate protections.

  • Disclose only the minimal amount of information necessary for the intended purpose.
  • Psychotherapy notes get heightened protection by the Privacy Rule, which restricts them from release.
  • There may be federal regulations governing alcohol and drug abuse confidentiality, and state laws may offer more stringent protections.

Conclusion

If you’re faced with a medication compliance situation with a client, you may communicate with family members or other responsible parties about the compliance issues. This can help you guide your client towards medication compliance and a better outcome for treatment.

On the other hand, only divulge the minimum amount of information required. Be cognizant of both the Privacy Rule and the restrictions on protected mental health information.

The Remarkable Health difference

Remarkable Health’s flagship platform, CT|One, offers a fully integrated behavioral health EHR platform that offers medication compliance and safeguards to help you properly treat your clients with minimal risk.

CT|One has a drug/drug and allergy interaction alert that activates if a known interaction exists. It alerts the user as well as provides information on the specific interaction and the resource from which it came. The interaction alert recognizes minor, moderate, and severe levels, and you can configure it to suppress alerts.

Contact Remarkable Health today to request a demo of this powerful EHR platform. See for yourself how CT|One can help you accurately and safely treat your clients and increase medication compliance.

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Remarkable Health Recognized as “The Best of Future: Companies To Watch In The Years Ahead”

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Remarkable Health is proud to be recognized as one of “The Best of Future: Companies To Watch In The Years Ahead” by BestCompaniesAZ as part of their 15th anniversary serving Arizona’s business community. This category of “Best of Future” honors companies that demonstrate great potential for growth and representing a new era of businesses in Arizona.

“Great companies are the product of amazing people,” said Peter Flick, CEO of Remarkable Health. “We have created a culture that celebrates having fun while achieving operational excellence, which has brought and continues to draw in great talent. Being listed as one of the 100 Best companies in Arizona is a huge honor and proves that what we are doing works. We are building something special in Phoenix.”

Remarkable Health’s core values are centered on people and culture. We understand that our associates make this company Remarkable and we continue to invest in them to build a best-in-class organization. We’re excited about the team we’re building, the future of our company, and how we can serve the behavioral health industry.

Check out Remarkable Health in the latest article by BestCompaniesAZ: https://bestcompaniesaz.com/introducing-the-best-of-future-companies-to-watch-in-the-years-ahead/

About Remarkable Health:

Remarkable Health (formerly ClaimTrak) is a leading Provider Success Software company focused on the Behavioral Health and Human Services community. For the last 25 years, our software has enabled hundreds of health care providers to improve more lives by spending less time in front of a screen and more time helping their clients. Our flagship product, CT|One, is a complete hosted Electronic Health Record (EHR) – Clinical, Billing, Scheduling, Medication Management / e-Prescribing, Reporting, etc. – for inpatient, outpatient and residential settings.

About BestCompaniesAZ:

BestCompaniesAZ is a consulting firm dedicated to identifying, developing and promoting great workplaces.  BestCompaniesAZ has been at the forefront of building sought-after employer brands and prestigious workplace awards programs since 2002, including the “2003 Best Companies to Work for in the Valley” program (published by the Phoenix Business Journal), Arizona Most Admired Companies (published by AZ Business Magazine and BestCompaniesAZ), and Top Companies to Work for in Arizona (published by azcentral and Republic Media).  BestCompaniesAZ provides consulting services for organizations committed to workplace excellence, including employee surveys, best practices, national and local public relations, employer branding, culture development and promotional services. For more information, visit http://www.bestcompaniesaz.com or phone 480-545-5151.

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Choosing the Right Solution for EMR Compliance Requirements

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Choosing the right solution for your behavioral health EMR compliance requirements is imperative.

Do you know what to look for?

Find a behavioral health EMR solution that has received certification by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC). This ONC HIT certification means the EMR solution has shown the technological capability, functionality, and security requirements required by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

How CT|One helps you achieve EMR compliance.

  • Restricting access to certain windows using passwords. Restrict access by setting a password on specific windows and only providing the password to users who need it.
  • The ability to restrict access to a specific client’s chart to specific staff. CT|One calls it Client Lookup Restrictions. For example, if an agency has an employee’s family member in for treatment, the system admin can “lock down” this chart. Only specific supervisory staff may see it. This could extend to any situation, such as a celebrity or dignitary in for treatment.
  • CT|One’s medication module uses Medication Permission Levels to determine who can add a medication to a client and who can add a medication on behalf of another staff.
  • Assessments/documentation are due at specific intervals, which makes complying with clinical documentation challenging. CT|One has an alert feature you can configure to alert when this documentation is missing, about to come due, or is past due. It also allows for a wide range of “if then” scenarios to be set up that result in an alert to a user.

A fully integrated EMR is an investment in your agency’s future and your clients’ care.

The right behavioral health EMR solution can help you achieve EMR compliance. It can remove the administrative barriers that keep your staff and clinicians from spending more time with clients.

A mixed bag of systems/solutions won’t offer the robust system you need for behavioral health EMR compliance.

CT|One is the answer.

Remarkable Health’s fully integrated behavioral health EMR platform, CT|One, has the functionality you need for the entire client lifecycle. And it can help you with compliance.

Imagine this EMR solution and the difference it could make. What could your agency accomplish?

Schedule a demo.

Contact Remarkable Health today to schedule a demo of CT|One. CT|One dramatically increases efficiencies, giving clinicians more time with clients so they can create remarkable outcomes.

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HIPAA EHR Compliance Checklist

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HIPAA privacy compliance is a serious matter for behavioral health agencies, and failure to comply can result in crippling financial penalties or even criminal charges.

This handy HIPAA EHR compliance checklist will help you make sure your system meets or exceeds the compliance safeguards.

HIPAA EHR Compliance Checklist

  • Know what constitutes protected health information (PHI), and pinpoint all instances of PHI in your organization.
  • Identify someone in your agency who will serve as a patient privacy champion. Make him or her your formal “privacy official.” This person will create and implement policies and processes designed to ensure full compliance with HIPAA privacy standards. Other staff should feel comfortable coming to your privacy official with concerns, questions, and requests.
  • Develop a Notice of Privacy Practices that “provides a clear, user-friendly explanation of individuals’ rights with respect to their personal health information” and your agency’s privacy practices. Distribute your notice to all clients and staff.
  • Record all uses and disclosures of PHI in your organization. The right EMR compliance solution automates this step.
  • Allow patients an appropriate level of control over their own PHI, like an access portal to their information. Make sure it is consistent with the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
  • When necessary, get explicit, written consent to disclose PHI.
  • Stick to the “minimum necessary” method for disclosing PHI. Only use, give or ask for the least amount of PHI to carry out the intended purpose.
  • Create a list of your business associates (e.g., any external company that may be exposed to your clients’ PHI). Make sure you have signed Business Associate Agreements with each.
  • Implement adequate physical, technical, and administrative safeguards per HIPAA’s Security Rule to prevent illegal PHI disclosure—whether disclosure is intentional or unintentional.
  • Make sure your staff has continuous training on HIPAA policies and procedures. Your privacy officer should keep a record of the policies and document associated training.

Conclusion

If you follow the above checklist, your behavioral health agency will be in a good position on HIPAA EHR compliance and privacy rules. Since HIPAA compliance is a serious matter, action steps like the ones mentioned here will get you closer to compliance.

The Remarkable Health difference

Remarkable Health’s CT|One is a fully integrated behavioral health EHR solution designed to improve client care and achieve efficiencies. You also get help automating administrative and technical privacy safeguards to achieve HIPAA compliance.

Contact us today to request a demo of CT|One today to discover the power of an EHR solution designed specifically for behavioral health providers.

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Top 5 Considerations for HIPAA and EHR Implementation

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EHR systems are software or an electronic program that keeps client charts safer and more secure than traditional paper charts.

Since mental health EHRs contain protected health information (PHI) in a secure hosting environment, whether cloud-based or on-site, they are accountable to HIPAA compliance.

Here are the top 5 considerations for HIPAA and EHR implementation.

#1—Enhance your agency’s administrative controls

Your first action step should be to update policies and procedures for employees to follow the HIPAA safeguards. A well planned policy and procedure manual distributed to staff will help you make sure everyone knows what privacy and security of PHI entails.

Next, provide stringent training to employees so they are aware of and on the lookout for security risks and malicious attacks. Make sure you document employee training for verification.

Finally, make sure you run background checks on all employees.

#2—Monitor physical and system access

Create physically inaccessible safeguards to prevent against unauthorized individuals. This could be as simple as locking office doors and ensuring your EHR system has an automatic logoff feature for idle workstations.

You also need contingency plans in place in case of emergencies. Cover who has access to PHI and how PHI is accessed.

Thirdly, each employee should have unique passwords and PINs a central position monitors. It is also good to change passwords periodically.

Lastly, make sure you can password protect certain windows or screens in your EHR to restrict access to only those who need it.

#3—Audit system users

A system audit is a log that captures all attempts to access EHRs and PHI and documents the access results.

Identify weaknesses in how users access your behavioral health EHR system that could leave a hole for unauthorized users. Make each employee aware of proper procedures to tighten up any holes.

Next, you should educate users on how to detect possible security breaches or attempts. This is an ongoing practice requiring awareness training and refresher courses to keep everyone diligent.

Finally, publish the consequences to employees for not complying with HIPAA guidelines and your policies and procedures.

#4—Data encryption

Data encryption is one of the most important aspects of HIPAA and EHR implementation. Make sure your EHR platform encrypts data during transmission and decrypts received data.

To make the most out of your encryption procedures, use data encryption best practices and expert methods.

#5—Destruction controls

When it is time to dispose of PHI, make sure you do it properly. Create policies and procedures for PHI destruction and disposal and make sure staff adhere. This is applicable for both electronic and paper PHI.

Remove any data from hardware you are repurposing, and keep track of where hardware moves and the loaded information on each machine.

Conclusion

These 5 considerations will help streamline your EHR implementation and keep you compliant with HIPAA safeguards and regulations. There is truth in the saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Use the above to proactively safeguard your PHI before, during, and after implementation.

The Remarkable Health difference

Remarkable Health’s CT|One is a fully integrated behavioral health EHR platform that lets you easily record, track, and manage client progress and administrative efforts like scheduling, billing, and reporting.

Our easy-to-use behavioral health EHR platform ties all aspects of your agency into one comprehensive system. Improve your workflows and create efficiencies that result in better client outcomes. CT|One removes the administrative barriers so you can spend more time with clients, helping them become better versions of themselves.