Struggling with Behavioral Data Management? Attend the 15th Annual ‘Behavioral Health Information Management Conference’

15th Annual Behavioral Health Information Management Conference

Are you facing unprecedented behavioral management challenges? The 15th Annual Behavioral Health Information Management Conference is the conference to attend this year if you are looking for these essential issues to be addressed by industry leaders:

  • electronic exchange of client behavioral health information
  • quality management
  • patient portals 
  • behavioral mHealth and mobile applications to support client recovery
  • EHR workflow, decision support and interoperability
  • changes resulting from the Affordable Care Act
  • new CPT, ICD-1o and DSM coding standards, and
  • implementation challenges of electronic health record systems for primary care, corrections and much more

This conference is the longest running and most successful conference of its kind for our field.  A broad spectrum of national and regional stakeholder groups develop the program each year, making it highly relevant and compelling.  Speakers include several officials and opinion leaders of national stature with significant influence over the information technology and information management standards for behavioral health care systems. Exhibitors include many software vendors whose target customers are behavioral health care organizations.  This behavioral data management conference is well-organized and well-delivered. Come rub elbows with like-minded colleagues who face the same issues when considering large behavioral health decisions and related expenditures. The event is being held from April 15-16 at the Hyatt Regency in Long Beach, California. Register today!  (Look for me when you attend. I’ll be speaking about mobile health on Thursday afternoon.)

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