Little Rock, AR, October 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Community Connections of Ketchikan, Alaska has selected Essentia™ electronic health records (EHR) software from Lavender & Wyatt, Inc. (LWSI) to improve client outcomes and lower administrative costs across a complete continuum of behavioral healthcare.
Essentia is a complete front-to-back-office system that includes an electronic health record system (EHR), human services, claims management, revenue cycle management, and Business Intelligence analytics for behavioral health agencies.
Community Connections provides comprehensive mental health services to children as well as a variety of other community-based supports for children, seniors, and people with disabilities. Headquartered in Ketchikan, the agency also has an office in Craig, Alaska.
“Our focus at Community Connections is providing individualized customer guided supports that encourage independence, community belonging and quality of life. With Essentia, we hope to streamline and improve our documentation and billing systems so that we reduce the administrative burden of accomplishing this goal,” said Bess Clark, Executive Director of Community Connections.
Randy Ready, LWSI Chief Operating Officer, said, “We are excited to see Community Connections taking a lead in using technology to more efficiently deliver services to their clients. We are looking forward to building a strong collaborative partnership with them and to help with their continued growth.”
LWSI develops, implements, and supports Essentia™, the market-leading electronic health record (EHR) software that enables clinical and administrative efficiencies to provide better outcomes for behavioral health agencies and their clients. The Essentia™ platform can be installed in the agency’s IT infrastructure or can be hosted in the LWSI data center. Information about LWSI products and services may be found at www.lwsi.com or by calling 501-664-7039.
About Community Connections:
Community Connections offers services to people birth to elderly in southern Southeast Alaska. We provide early intervention for children ages birth to three, comprehensive mental health to children and their families, services for individuals with developmental disabilities, and services for elders and adults with physical disabilities. Additional information can be found at www.comconnections.org.