Tennyson Center Goes Live with SmartCare™ EHR


Tennyson Center Goes Live with SmartCare™ EHR

Tennyson Center for Children (Tennyson) reached an exciting milestone this month as they went live with Streamline Healthcare Solutions’ (Streamline) cloud-based, single-platform, and intelligent technology, SmartCare™.

Tennyson, located in Denver, Colorado, has been serving children who have been neglected, abused, and traumatized since 1904. They offer a safe space for a therapeutic K-12 school in addition to both in-home and community based services that provide preventive services and therapy for strengthening families.

SmartCare’s intelligent technology will provide the Tennyson staff with a platform designed to understand user roles, preferences, and workflows intuitively. Having this personalized experience at their fingertips promotes flexibility, ease of use, and efficiency so their clinical staff can spend more time with their clients and improve the quality of care of the children and families they serve.

Kathy Flesher, TCC Health Information Management Manager, said, “SmartCare™ will provide Tennyson Center for Children the latest approach to data integrity, service to our clients, staff, regulators, and billing. Our Community-Based Services staff are excited to use SmartCare’s web-based technology anywhere to access client information effortlessly and securely. Helping clinicians manage their workload in an intuitive and adaptable manner has been a long-term goal of Tennyson, now made easier with SmartCare™ dashboards. We look forward to incorporating process improvement in a functional way that works for Tennyson in rapidly changing environments.” 

Anita Jeyakumar, Streamline VP of Implementation, commented, “The Tennyson team has been a great partner, and we are glad to continue to be able to serve Behavioral Healthcare organizations in Colorado. Including helping our customers keep the pace with changes in reporting as well as improve standards of whole-person care starting with the youngest of populations amongst us.”