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Kalamazoo, MI – [February 8, 2017] – Streamline Healthcare Solutions and AspenPointe, a leader in integrated mental health service delivery in Colorado, formed a partnership designed to better AspenPointe’s mission, to provide exceptional behavioral health care to the community, one patient at a time. AspenPointe’s continuum of care includes mental health and substance abuse services as well as career and education enhancement programs for individuals and families.
“SmartCare has allowed us to streamline operations and improve work efficiency by combining multiple reports and data entry interfaces, allowing for the scanning of documents into the client or provider records, and improved search functionality. We are able to rely on less external technology such as email and fax due to integrated functioning within the system,” said Kevin Light, AspenPointe’s CFO.
“We are excited to be working with AspenPointe, as well as other MCO’s across the country. Our goal is to provide organizations like ApenPointe, a comprehensive application for all required service delivery processes.” Says Javed Husain, Co-CEO of Streamline Healthcare Solutions.
About Streamline: Streamline Healthcare Solutions delivers web-based software for healthcare organizations to provide and coordinate specialized behavioral service delivery processes. Streamline’s SmartCareEHR™ solution was developed to integrate all departments; moving them to a more holistic service model. Streamline’s software solutions are well suited for organizations that want to have a system that can incorporate their entire business processes into a single solution, with the ability to continue to grow as their needs evolve.
About AspenPointe: AspenPointe is one of the largest nonprofits in Colorado Springs, and traces its roots back 140 years, when they were called the Springs Relief Society. That organization, which delivered coal, lumber and clothing to the needy, was the genesis of what today is one of the largest Medicaid providers in Colorado Springs. They collaborate with clergy, educators, employers, other health and human service organizations and the legal/criminal justice system in the Pikes Peak region to leverage their collective resources to better the community and the lives of its residents.