Author archive for MHO

  • IT’S COMPLICATED

    Medical comorbidities are the rule, not the exception, for psychiatric inpatients of all ages. In this month’s Analytics in Action,…

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  • Double your Outcomes Data Volume Compliance

    Do you find your outcomes reports have less data than you were expecting? Are you spending too much time organizing…

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  • Star-Crossed Satisfaction

    We’ve all checked online ratings of service providers to help make informed decisions. Patients are no different. But how do…

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  • A Tale of Two Clocks

    Most of us struggle at least a bit after time change. In this month’s Analytics in Action, MHO investigates the…

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  • The Change Up

    Continuity of psychotropic medications is a key part of achieving and maintaining patient stability, but continuity is a common challenge.…

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  • Millennials & Gen X vs. Baby Boomers

    Can the Basis32™ successfully monitor outcomes for Boomers that are treated alongside Gen Xers and Millenials?

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  • The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

    Most inpatients of all ages expect to be helped by treatment, and most patients feel their expectations were met…

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  • Does Recovery Stop at the Hospital Door?

    Data collected by MHO at the 45 day follow-up allows for measuring if improvement made during the inpatient stay is…

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  • What It Means To Be A “Provider Of Choice”

    The referral source satisfaction survey is a six-item survey completed by community care providers who have referred patients to participating…

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  • What Do Outcomes Data Tell Us About Readmitted Inpatients?

    12,860 CQI+ patients with a readmission to the same program within 45 days of their first admission, representing 3.9% of…

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