Meghan Branca, Implementation Consultant, Foothold Technology
David Bucciferro, Senior Advisor, Foothold Technology
Theresa Moran, Little City, Deputy Chief – Centralized Support Services
Robert N. Davison, Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health Association of Essex and Morris
David Bucciferro, Senior Advisor, Foothold Technology
- Juliette Palmer, Senior Project Manager, Foothold Technology
- Liz Smith, Executive Director, Unity House of Cayuga County
- Jessica Goldsmith Barzilay, Chief Administrative Officer, The Family Resource Network
- Alice Siegel, Senior Vice President, The Arc of Bergen and Passaic
- Rachel Miller, Senior Project Manager, Foothold Technology
WEBINAR | Five Tips For Choosing An Electronic Record
Event Date: Thursday, 02/22/2018 3:00 pm
Finding The Best Partner To Help You Thrive in a Changing World
Date: Thursday, February 22nd, 2018
Time: 3:00PM – 4:00PM Eastern
In today’s changing landscape, electronic record-keeping is critical to any agency’s survival. Electronic documentation can provide your agency with the ability to report on individual outcomes, report on your successes, and develop your staff. It can save your agency hundreds of hours of paperwork while streamlining operations across the board.
Ultimately, documenting services and supports electronically provides efficiency, accountability, can enhance the value of your agency’s programs to funders all while increasing the support for the individuals you serve. But how do you choose a partner who understands the challenges you face and can help you manage change? How do you know if your electronic record is flexible enough to meet the demands of changing mandates today and in the future?
Join us for a webinar featuring Little City, an Illinois agency providing I/DD services, describing five key successes it has experienced as a result of implementing AWARDS, an electronic record designed for human services organizations. You’ll also hear from members of the Foothold Technology client services team sharing tips on how to prepare for a good implementation and how change management can help your agency thrive. This is not a software demo, rather a conversation with provider agencies focused on technology best practices.
SPEAKING EVENT | Using What You’ve Got! Leadership, Workforce, and Data
Event Date: Tuesday, 04/10/2018 10:45 am
Pines Manor, Edison, NJ
Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Time: 10:45am – 12 noon
Whether you operate in a Managed Care, Value-Based Payment, or Fee-For-Service environment, to thrive in today’s world of healthcare your agency needs to demonstrate reduced costs, improved outcomes, and a positive experience for those you serve. Where do you start and how do you get there? Like a three legged stool, when an agency combines strong leadership, a skilled workforce, and data, it can find the stability it needs to successfully navigate change and effectively market its results to funders. In this session, we’ll take a closer look at each of the three principles and demonstrate how using data to drive decision-making can support leaders, develop an agency’s workforce, and provide insight into the overall performance of an agency’s programs and services. Attendees will gain insight from a global and individual provider perspective. Attend this session to gain concrete tips on how to elevate your agency’s impact internally and for those you serve.
SPEAKING EVENT | Supercharge Your Agency: Using Technology to Engage & Develop Staff
Event Date: Wednesday, 04/11/2018 11:00 am
The Sagamore, Bolton Landing, NY
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm
As the landscape of health and human services continues to experience massive changes, management teams are being called upon to lead by example and provide more to staff. Staff at all levels of an organization are seeking additional training opportunities and open dialogue among colleagues. Agencies are being asked to exhibit greater accountability on where and how services are being delivered. In this session, we’ll share some concrete examples of how one agency is embracing technology to create open channels of communication, assess staff and program performance, and encourage professional development while streamlining operations at the same time. Attend this session to learn how a connected, supported staff can help lead to improved outcomes for those you serve.
SPEAKING EVENT | The Power of Partnership: Collaboration Goes A Long Way
Event Date: Sunday, 04/15/2018 9:00 am
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, LA
Date: Monday, April 16, 2018
Time: 3:00 – 4:00pm
Managing change can be stressful and difficult. Careful planning, collaboration, and combined vision can help make it a positive experience. Attend this session to hear the story of a group of 18 New Jersey agencies who banded together to create a cross-agency collaborative to tackle the shift to a Fee-For-Service model in their state. Based on lessons learned and a shared experience, presenters will share practical and sometimes funny tips on how the transition provided agencies with an opportunity to evaluate operations and improve collaboration among fellow service providers. Presenters will outline how they assembled the team, challenges they faced along the way, how partnership led to better procedures, and how the collaborative created a unified voice to advocate with state partners, and work with its technology partner to improve service delivery. Attendees will walk away with a roadmap for implementing stronger collaborations.