Category Archives: NTST Way

#FUTURES18: FUTURES Revisited

It’s thrilling that FUTURES from previous summers come back to join us for another 10 weeks of learning and real-world experience. With each opportunity, they’re able to expand their knowledge and build upon what they learned the previous year. Watch as returning FUTURES Alex Beattie, Jessica Jones and Tyler Michels explain why they made the decision to spend another summer with the Netsmart family and what they’re looking forward to this year.

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Finding your FUTURES at Netsmart

This week marks the beginning of our annual FUTURES summer program, a unique experience for 40 college students from around the country. They join us at Netsmart for 10 exciting weeks where they will receive firsthand, real-world experience working in various areas of healthcare IT. Two former FUTURES and current Netsmart associates share some insight into their experience and what makes being a FUTURE unique.

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#MHM2018: Say What?

Words are powerful. Choosing the right thing to say can make a world of difference to someone who may be experiencing a mental illness. It’s important to pick your words carefully in order to provide the best support possible. Consider the following in the event of lending comfort and compassion to a loved one.

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Life At Netsmart: Making It Matter

 

 

Why do some people bounce out of bed eager to start their work day, while others hit snooze five times, wishing it was the weekend?

Our revenue-cycle management team celebrates in 2017!

According to a recent article, a big reason people feel excited to work is they find meaning from their work as much as they take meaning from it. The happiest people look for ways their job is helping others. Simply put, those happiest in their jobs can define why their job matters.

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Health Hackathon Awards Prizes For Improving Mental and Physical Health

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What happens when you bring together more than 80 students, software developers, designers and healthcare professionals for 13 hours? Netsmart and Stony Brook University in New York found this out last month at the third annual HackHealth hackathon.

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Meet the Clinicians: Carole Thomas

Meet Carole Thomas, Netsmart strategic solutions consultant. She’s one of many Netsmart associates who have fantastic career experience in healthcare.  Her incredible background as an experienced clinician gives her a lot of perspective on what is important to our clients and the individuals they serve. At Netsmart, she’s able to apply her knowledge and expertise to help organizations utilize technology to support their day-to-day operations, allowing them to focus on providing the best care possible.

Get to know Carole and read more about her on CareThreads.

Meet the Clinicians: Bill King

Our associates are the bright colors that make up the Netsmart tapestry. We value each associate as they contribute their individual knowledge and unique experience to help us achieve wonderful things in healthcare. Today, we meet Netsmart associate Bill King. Bill is a solutions strategist for RXConnect who has a passion for hospital pharmacy and technology. Fast fact about Bill? He’s currently working on automating his entire house!

Click here to hop over to CareThreads to get to know more about Bill!

Volunteering and Giving Back in Santa Clara County

At Netsmart, we understand the value and importance of giving back to our communities. Whether it’s our time or skills, we encourage our associates to get out and support organizations and activities that help enhance and serve the areas in which we live.

Every day truly matters to the 13 percent of children living in poverty and the 19,000 adults and youth that are homeless in Santa Clara County (California). Our associates decided it was their turn to jump in and make a difference to help these individuals in their local area.

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