Yapp, Inc. is used as our CIBHS Yapp apps for your mobile devices including smartphones and tablets. The CIBHS Yapp will download from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play Store once you have a user id and password from the store you utilize.
Enjoy the experience of mobile viewing using individual apps that feature content from various CIBHS conferences and trainings! A CIBHS conference and training will have its own app. In addition, you will receive updates when we load new content into these apps. Your CIBHS Yapp will hold these individual apps in a library until we archive them.
Download The 16th Annual National Behavioral Health Information Management Conference and Exposition Yapp app at: http://my.yapp.us/JSN7U3
Learn from presentations that address:
Implementing health information technology to address the opportunities and challenges of health care reform.
Expanding electronic health information exchange to support care coordination across physical and behavioral health care.
How to manage the ongoing implementation and improvement of your organization’s EHR.
Innovative mobile apps and other technologies to enhance client recovery and wellness.
Innovative uses of information technologies for decision support and more effective quality management.Updates on national policy developments guiding health information exchange and data privacy and security.
CIBHS is excited to feature our keynote speakers Dean Lee Fixsen, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Senior Scientist and Co-Director of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) on April 21, 2016 and Stanley J. Huey Jr., PhD, Associate Professor, University of Southern California on April 22, 2016.
The 2016 California Behavioral Health Policy Forum (February 17th – 19th) focused on top current issues relevant to California counties, community-based organizations and consumers and family members. The Forum highlighted best practices that address these current issues.
Participate in the Bright Young Minds Conference for high school students to stimulate interest and increase the diversity of the Behavioral Health Care workforce during the Bright Young Minds Conference held on November 4, 2015 at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, CA.