Just as consumers need a voice in treatment and providers use their voice to advocate for the people they serve, in this year’s election everyone’s voice and vote matters. The rancor in this year’s election may make it difficult to learn about the candidate’s positions on key issues impacting consumers and providers. But since elected officials will have a great impact on behavioral health public policy in the future we need to know where they stand and influence their work.
There’s a greater urgency for payers and behavioral health providers to place consumers at the center of treatment to deliver better care and reduce costs. Providers are an essential part of the healthcare system and in the midst of preparing for changes as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Technology is also a big part of healthcare services and implemented as a cutting-edge treatment and to coordinate and track services. How behavioral health providers adopt technology in the future to engage consumers will have a great impact on treatment effectiveness.
We all have our good and bad days when it comes to being productive at work. On our worst days, productivity is elusive as we are pulled in a million different directions. On our best days, we feel like we can conquer the world. As behavioral health and social service providers, you know well the challenges of accomplishing your to-do list. We each have different work styles too which can make it more difficult for you to determine the best ways to stay productive.
Here at SageSurfer we have the same productivity challenges as you do. And our employees are great at staying productive so we asked them to share their advice. Here are their five tips.
For centuries, leaders have relied on speeches and writings to express ideas and rally people to action for a cause. Your everyday life and work are no different and language can have a powerful impact on relationships and alter your interactions with the people you provide health and behavioral health care services.