Demand Generation is responsible for supplying Netsmart in excess of 10,000 leads a year. A third of all of Netsmart’s company pipeline originates from Demand Gen. How do they do it? It’s no simple task. It involves more than a dozen marketing channels which are monitored, analyzed and developed by this creative and focused group in Great River, New York. In our latest Take 5 video series, we take you inside The Demand Gen Office …
The newest hiring classes from Evolv, Addiction Management, and VRS are hosting a donation drive to help the children in need at KVC Health Systems. As new associates, we would like to give our time and efforts back to the communities and clients we serve as an organization. Being a part of a company that believes EveryDay Matters and is not just a mantra, is a honor. The newest hiring classes would like to show the community how much Netsmart can truly contribute, not only by putting passion into the work that we do but in the acts of kindness we, as a company, actively pursue.
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I think the thing that struck me the most is how sad it is that there were so many people there. The fact that there are that many people that have been impacted by suicide is heartbreaking…and some of those folks were impacted multiple times. Except for the high winds, it was a very beautiful day and the walk around the park was very serene. A nice time for reflection. Continue reading A nice time for reflection… Out of the Darkness Walk KC!
It’s a cause connected week here in Overland Park. I wanted to take a moment to highlight three events happening locally. Each offers a unique opportunity for us to connect with the cause we serve. Our show of support is essential in the campaign to make a difference, most importantly it let’s those who are directly impacted know that we are here in the pursuit of health, wellness and recovery for all. – Tom Herzog, Netsmart COO Continue reading Cause Connected in Kansas City!
A street reporter spends the vast majority of his time talking about endings. Sure, the language is active – live, breaking, happening now – but he’s really telling you about outcomes. The outcome of an angry ongoing conflict is a headline-grabbing murder. A devastating fire might be the end result of a careless smoker dozing-off one too many times with a red-tipped cigarette dangling from her lips. The crumpled remains of a sports car littering a residential street at two in the morning represent the culmination of a night of drinking combined with youthful hubris. For 23 years, prior to coming to Netsmart, I reported on endings for news radio stations in San Francisco, Kansas City, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Continue reading Upstream