Changing lives for the better, every second of every day!

I joined Netsmart before it was Netsmart! In 2004, I was hired as Director of Marketing Communications at CMHC Systems, the Ohio-based company that developed the CMHC/MIS CareRecord. A year later, that company was acquired by Creative Socio-Medics (the developer of Avatar), and Netsmart was born.

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Over the past 11 years, I have had the opportunity to work with many dedicated, knowledgeable Netsmart associates in all parts of the company. I’ve managed a variety of areas, including marcom, external communications and trade shows/events.

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In my current role as Director, Industry Relations, I’ve focused an increasing amount of time working with Kevin Scalia on federal legislative advocacy initiatives. As the only private company and a founding member of the BHIT Coalition, we’ve worked on our own and with organizations like the National Council for Behavioral Health to make a direct impact on legislation and federal regulations on behalf of our clients and all providers. As you can imagine, that effort is ongoing…visit www.ntst.com/legislation for the latest info.

I’ve worked in corporate communications positions at several interesting, growing tech companies. But Netsmart is different, because we play a major role in helping our clients change lives for the better, every second of every day.

– Dave Kishler, Director, Industry Relations

If you would like to join Dave in changing lives for the better every day, consider joining team #NTST visit our Careers Site to learn more!

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