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Podcast: The Evolution of Care Coordination Technology in Brooklyn

February 18, 2014
by Gabriel Perna
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Karen Nelson, M.D. and Michael Carbery, who oversee the Brooklyn Health Home, the co-second place winning project of the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program, join Gabriel Perna in this edition of the Healthcare Informatics podcast.

Led by Maimonides Medical Center, the Brooklyn Health Home brings together a consortium of approximately fifty medical, mental health, and social service organizations, payers, and a labor union, to create a "mental health home" for seriously mentally ill patients, who typically are on Medicaid and have schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, or severe depression.

Nelson, the Vice-Chair of the Department of Population Health and Executive Director of the Brooklyn Health Home and Carbery, the Brooklyn Health Home CIO and Assistant Vice President of HIE, project’s beginnings, how the technology involved with care coordination has evolved over time, and what is next for mental health care coordination.

Michael Carbery

If you are interested in hearing more from them and other Innovators and are attending this year’s HIMSS conference, please register for the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Reception, slated to take place on Monday night. The complete Brooklyn Health Home/Maimonides profile can be read in its entirety here.

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