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“Valant Saves Lives”: Betts Psychiatric Streamlines Work to Better Care for Patients

Betts Psychiatric Streamlines Work to Better Care for Patients: William Betts, PMHNP-BC, founded his practice Betts Psychiatric PC to fill a need he saw for more personalized patient care within the mental health system. He wanted a practice where providers…
Allister Liberato
May 31, 2022
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Case Study: Improving the Billing and Documentation Efficiency for School District Counseling Services

A partnership with Valant helped Mount Diablo Unified School District (MDUSD) Counseling Services reclaim hours of lost time and plug holes in an error-prone billing process. MDUSD Counseling Services was using hard copy files instead of an EHR to manage…
Heidi Amrine
January 28, 2022
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Case Study: Catalyst Counseling Ditches Generic EHR for Valant’s Integrated Behavioral Health Software

Sarah Kugal, Chief Administrative Office at Catalyst Counseling LLC Catalyst Counseling, LLC, needed efficient processes to manage a network of 90-plus school therapists, but a cumbersome EHR system held them back. In Valant, Catalyst saw an opportunity to manage their…
Heidi Amrine
January 25, 2022
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No Surprises Act: Information for Behavioral Health Practices

On July 1, 2021, the Biden administration issued an interim final rule establishing the No Surprises Act (NSA), which introduces consumer protections against high medical costs and has implications for how physical and behavioral health providers bill for services. The…
Heidi Amrine
January 5, 2022