In August, members of Learning Services and the myEvolv team visited the Glore Psychiatric Museum in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Most of us had never heard of the place, and we were surprised to learn it was only an hour away from Netsmart’s Overland Park office. The museum has been in existence since the late 1960’s, and its purpose is to show the rocky evolution of mental health care; as George Glore said, “We really can’t have a good appreciation of the strides we’ve made if we don’t look at the atrocities of the past.”
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I started at Netsmart in 1998 in a Customer/Technical Support position. When I started, my background wasn’t Healthcare but engineering so this was a leap of faith for me.
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Our EveryDayMatters Gnomes recently made a trip from Kansas City (where they were busy raising funds for EveryDayMatters via the “Give A Gnome a Home” fundraiser), to our Long Island, New York office. Once they made it to Long Island they connected with April, one of our awesome, QA Architects…and she was kind enough to take them on a New England adventure.
Day 1: The gnomes are having a wonderful vacation in NH. Tomorrow they will be going to Maine, so expect more fun pictures. For now, they are going to get some sleep, as little guys, they need a lot of rest.
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After graduating from college and working various jobs in legal, architecture, education, and engineering settings, I finally found my niche in medical billing, specifically, behavioral health. Continue reading Where Do You Go After 25 Years Working In a Psychiatric Setting? Netsmart!
These are your 2015 Netsmart FUTURES. Signing off.
This was my first internship experience and to be honest I really didn’t know what I was about to get myself into while working in Internal IT. However, I was lucky enough to have been invited to start working a week before the other FUTURES arrived, which allowed me extra time spent training and learning from my mentors. Immediately, I felt comfortable with where I was and began growing friendships with the people around me. I was introduced to the IT Helpdesk queue my 2nd week on the job and that’s when everything took off. Over the course of the summer I was able to learn how to learn and solve problems ranging from associate password resets, creating new hire accounts and machines, configuring VLAN ports, troubleshooting all kindsof software/hardware issues, and much more. Continue reading These are your 2015 Netsmart FUTURES. Signing off.
By now I’m sure that you’ve had a chance to read about the various things that we, the FUTURES of 2015, have had the opportunity to do while at Netsmart this summer. Now we have reached the final week of our internship, and as we wrap things up, I would like to share my experiences as a Netsmart FUTURE with you.
Continue reading Week 10: All Good Things Must Come To An End…Or Not.
Week 9. Sync Week… Give a Gnome a Home Fundraiser… EveryDayMatters Family Jamboree… Executive Panel… Chris Bailey’s walk across America… Oh boy has it been a busy week here at Netsmart!
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