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Video: As Behavioral Health Care Moves From Volume To Value, Integrated Pharmacy Offers An Unexpected Edge

Nov 22nd, 2019

By Lilli Correll, Vice President, Payer Solutions Development at Genoa Healthcare

As behavioral health providers increasingly move toward value-based contracts, community mental health centers must find ways to demonstrate progress in key performance metrics to payers. We recently partnered with OPEN MINDS to host a webinar about the road to value-based reimbursement in behavioral health, and how integrated pharmacies such as Genoa Healthcare can help centers achieve those metrics.

Below you can watch the 60-minute webinar, which covers:

  • Fundamentals to consider when moving into the value-based space
  • Critical components and key measures included in a value-based program
  • Pharmacy services and data that drive those measures and deliver value

Watch the webinar here. Presentation slides are available for download on the same page.

To learn more about how pharmacy services can help you and your consumers, contact us today.

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