Mental Health Partners Selects MindLinc
January 19th, 2012
Durham, NC January 3, 2012 – Duke University Behavioral Health Informatics, a leading behavioral healthcare Electronic Health Record (EHR) technology provider, announced Mental Health Partners headquartered in Boulder, Colorado selected MindLinc, as their comprehensive behavioral health EHR solution.
“MindLinc provides the flexibility and clinical capabilities to support the ongoing transformation of Mental Health Partners’ services. The software is designed for the behavioral health market and offers many clinical assessment instruments, client surveys and self-assessments, as well as recovery-oriented notes and treatment plans. MindLinc gives MHP an important tool as we prepare for health care reform,” said Barbara Ryan, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer for Mental Health Partners.
“MHP’s strategic goals center around the continued delivery of excellent and cost-effective services that meet the mental health and wellness needs of its community and provide the level of customer service its clients deserve. MindLinc provides all of the tools to support MHP’s strategic goals. This starts with our best-in-industry assessment and outcomes functionality, which combined with information from our global data warehouse, allows MHP to determine and benchmark effectiveness of services. MindLinc’s, decision support tools offer MHP the ability to implement and guide their clinicians in the use of evidence-based practices. MindLinc’s interoperability capabilities will help MHP coordinate care across community providers.” states Deo Garlock, Executive Director for Duke Behavioral Health Informatics and MindLinc EMR.
About Mental Health Partners
Mental Health Partners is a federally designated community mental health center providing comprehensive, recovery-based services to residents of both Boulder and Broomfield Counties. MHP encompasses 27 programs serving infants, children, adolescents, adults, senior citizens, and their families who need treatment, support, and education. Partnership with local agencies is a cornerstone of MHP’s approach, facilitating the provision of high quality integrated and collaborative services not only in MHP’s offices, but also in homes, schools, primary care offices, jails, hospitals, homeless shelters, and other community-based settings. As one of the largest non-profits in the area, MHP assisted over 18,000 clients this year and responded to over 10,000 emergency psychiatric phone calls. MHP is dedicated to being the center of excellence and the provider of choice for mental health and wellness services in our communities