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2017 Conference Schedule

October 2-4 / Orlando, FL

Missouri Case Study: Comprehensive Adoption of Analytics Throughout the Continuum of Care


October 3


2:30PM - 3:20PM


Data Analytics Improving Outcomes

Compared to a control group of 42,960 patients whose physicians did not receive alerts, the outcomes of patients whose physicians received alerts had lower pharmacy and hospital costs. There were also significant inpatient and outpatient cost reductions, hospital admissions, and bed days for a subgroup of schizophrenic patients. With the voluminous medical literature and ongoing medical advances, individual practitioners alone cannot keep abreast of and implement all the relevant best practices. This study indicates that a tool such as CMT’s Behavioral Pharmacy Management can help improve physician prescribing, leading to better patient outcomes and lower costs.


Dr. Joe Parks
Medical Director, the National Council for Behavioral Health