January 8, 2020

2020 – A Look At The Year Ahead

There’s never been a more dynamic and innovative time in the health and wellness industry, leading to the best treatment for clients. Many updates and adaptations […]
December 18, 2019

Streamline’s Year In Review: 2019’s Key Industry Changes

The healthcare industry has experienced dynamic changes in 2019, resulting in many advances for running a practice or facility with efficiency and enhanced tools for communication. […]
December 16, 2019

How Technology Advances Impact The Internal Organization

Today’s technological advances are not only increasing the mental healthcare system’s overall efficiency, but are leading to better internal organizational development. As state requirements become more […]
November 15, 2019

The Importance of Value-Based Care in Behavioral Health

As the healthcare field evolves into a more efficient system, key changes allow for advances that are revolutionizing the industry. An innovative new value-based care model […]
September 11, 2019

Better Technology Access for a Better Tomorrow

With a rapidly growing need for better mental health care, easy accessibility for treatment sources is vital. Due to technology advances, there are more possibilities than […]
July 25, 2019

The Growing Need for More CCBHCs and Their Uncertain Future

CCBHCs are responsible for directly providing (or contracting with partner organizations to provide) nine required types of services, with an emphasis on the provision of 24-hour […]
June 28, 2019

The Value of Data in a Value-Based Market

Many behavioral health organizations are required to deliver data to outside funders, to track performance and client health. This is part of a health model called […]
May 29, 2019

Improve Care Coordination with Healthcare Integration

Improve Care Coordination with Healthcare Integration When people are seeking medical care, no matter what their symptoms, they tend to start in the same place, their […]
May 2, 2019

Are your clinicians leaving over your EHR?

A recent survey of clinicians pointed to Electronic Health Records (EHR) technology as the second most common reason for clinician burnout. A digital version of a […]