How three behavioral health hospitals made the leap from paper to EHRs without financial assistance
For behavioral health hospitals that don’t yet have an EHR and think they can’t afford one without financial assistance, the wait for federal government support continues.
But it doesn’t have to. In this detailed case study, three inpatient behavioral health facilities entered the EHR era by selecting OpenVista, a comprehensive clinical and financial solution available through a subscription service, negating the huge upfront costs so common to EHR acquisition.
While affordability was essential to EHR acquisition, it was the improvements on patient care and clinical efficiency that made OpenVista a valuable investment. Overnight, clinicians and staff enjoyed better record keeping and reporting, rapid access to patient records, and integrated and improved patient care.
Click to visit the Resource Center and download this recently released case study and find out how OpenVista is enabling better behavioral health care without federal subsidies.