• Declaring Freedom in Pennsylvania

    May 2nd, 2017

    by Jeremiah Dameron, Foothold TechnologyMay 2, 2017 When I think of Pennsylvania, I’m back in elementary school conjuring images of William Penn and his peace-promoting Quakers, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross, and Hershey’s chocolate. I also think about the Declaration of Independence and the decision-making process to do something powerful and new. A declaration of […]

  • Playing With the House’s Money: How to Work With Instead of Against Your Funders

    March 16th, 2017

    Seven Nevada Agencies Found An Electronic Health Record (EHR) to Streamline Workflows and Meet Funder Requirements The state of Nevada’s Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Agency (SAPTA) requires agencies providing alcohol and substance use treatment and support services to upload demographics data known as TEDS (Treatment Episode Data Set). While sharing data with state and […]

  • Not Just a Vendor: Making Foothold Technology Your PARTNER

    April 8th, 2015

    by Ivy Raff, Implementation Consultant & Laura Marshall, Senior Project Manager A common but bothersome issue: your office copy machine breaks. The solution is pretty much one-size-fits-all. You call your copy machine vendor and they deploy a technician who disappears into the copy room, diagnoses the problem, and applies a proscribed fix. In the complex […]

  • New AWARDS Users Group Discusses Change to Fee-for-Service

    October 28th, 2013

    by Rachel Miller, Senior Project Manager.  Like many organizations across the nation, Behavioral Healthcare agencies in New Jersey are facing comprehensive changes to their operating environments, and are being introduced to the world of EHRs and billing for the first time. For those agencies that provide Developmental Disabilities services under the auspices of the New […]

  • Think Tank | The Three A’s of a Successful Agency

    July 17th, 2013

    by David Bucciferro. In a time of diminishing resources and ever-changing regulations, today’s providers are entering a new era of care characterized by increased oversight activity and a shift in service delivery from volume-based to value-based, among other changes. Success in the new environment will require more complex methods of documentation, and a new approach […]