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To Ten Reasons why get ThinkHealth
posted on: 2/21/2011

Top Ten Reasons why get ThinkHealth

January 2011 -Oklahoma’s EHR Incentive Program
posted on: 1/3/2011

The Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Program is a federal program that offers major financial support to assist certain providers to adopt (acquire and install), implement (train staff, deploy tools, exchange data), upgrade (expand functionality or interoperability) or meaningfully use certified EHR technology. The purpose of the program is to improve outcomes, facilitate access, simplify care, and reduce costs of health care nationwide.


ODMHSAS CMHC meeting EMR Certification
posted on: 12/1/2010

Mr. Wafford, CEO and owner of OrionNet Systems, LLC, attended the ODMHSAS CMHC meeting on EMR certification, along with ThinkHealth members on December 1, 2010. Mr. Wafford assured ThinkHealth members it is OrionNet Systems’ top priority is to become EHR certified in 2011 so that our ThinkHealth members may start receiving the EHR incentives.


ThinkHealth Advertises with Open Minds
posted on: 11/1/2010

In a recent effort to bring Oklahoma’s leading practice management system for behavioral health centers further into the limelight, OrionNet Systems has launched a national advertising campaign with Open Minds.


ThinkHealth Support Answers All Your Questions
posted on: 10/1/2010

In a continued effort to lighten the load of its members and supply the best tech support in the state, OrionNet Systems....

ThinkHealth vs. the Others How does Your system compare?
posted on: 9/23/2010

ThinkHealth vs. the Others How does Your system compare?

ThinkHealth adds ability to send emails to APS
posted on: 8/23/2010

With OrionNet Systems’ latest update to ThinkHealth in July, a new feature was added in which users can send emails to APS requesting details about their CDCs and PAs directly from the ThinkHealth program. This new function copies the names of the files in question, automatically includes various details APS needs to know, and enables the user to paste all that information directly into an email for APS. 


State Implements Consolidated Claims Processing
posted on: 7/27/2010


June 2010 - Consolidated Claims Processing System to Become Reality
posted on: 6/9/2010

May 2010 - Another Rate Reduction?
posted on: 5/12/2010

April 2010 - $3 Co-Pay More
posted on: 4/12/2010

posted on: 3/1/2010

February 2010
posted on: 2/12/2010

New OHCA and DMH Rates Already Built Into ThinkHealth
posted on: 1/7/2010

The urgent need for software before February —and what sets THINKHEALTH apart
posted on: 12/10/2009

Oklahoma Behavioral Health Providers Use Month of November to Prepare
posted on: 11/9/2009

Mental Illness Awareness Week
posted on: 10/12/2009

September is National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month
posted on: 9/9/2009

September is National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month

 Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Learn, Together We Heal


Updates to the 2010-2011 Mental Health Block Grant Plan
posted on: 8/20/2009

ThinkHealth appear to Appear at OK Provider Training in June.
posted on: 6/11/2009

ThinkHealth appear to Appear at OK Provider Training in June.

May is Mental Health month
posted on: 5/18/2009

Mental Health America 

With increasing economic troubles piled on to the stress of work and family demands, more and more Americans are suffering. In fact, 58 percent of Americans reported struggling in their lives at the end of 2008, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.  This represents an increase of more than 22 million Americans who reported struggling earlier in the year. 

April 2009 Are you getting ready for the single-payer initiative?
posted on: 4/1/2009
April 1 changes were just the first step toward merging OHCA and ODMHSAS into a single authorization and claims payment system. Target for completion is October 2009.

March 2009 - Major changes coming April 1
posted on: 3/12/2009
Is your software system ready for the State rate changes scheduled for April 1? If you’re using ThinkHealth from OrionNet Systems, you’ll be ready. If you’re not using ThinkHealth, call 405.286.1674 to get ready.

February 2009
posted on: 2/11/2009
Provider reaction causes state to delay rate changes until April 1

January 2009 -Customer support expanded
posted on: 1/13/2009
Customer support expanded

Centers learns from each other
posted on: 12/17/2008
Centers learns from each other

November 2008 - Four Oklahoma tribal programs get federal substance abuse grants
posted on: 11/14/2008
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) awarded grants in fiscal year 2008 that are projected to provide more than $74 million in grants to federally recognized tribes or tribal organizations serving the mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment needs of American Indian and Alaska Native populations.

Center starts blog to discuss SURS audits
posted on: 10/14/2008
Center starts blog to discuss SURS audits.

ThinkHealth supports DMHSAS centers
posted on: 9/5/2008
September 2008

posted on: 6/11/2008
Where to go online for software, newsletters and community involvement

May 2008 - Focus on Oklahoma’s children
posted on: 5/1/2008

April 2008 - Why pay more and get less?
posted on: 4/1/2008
THINKHEALTH: the best value

“We help centers make more money, but we don’t think we deserve a percentage of the increase like some software vendors.” That’s how OrionNet President Clyde Wafford describes one big difference between his company and vendors that base their price on a center’s billing. Here are some other things that members have told him that make ThinkHealth a better value at a lower price than competitors:

March 2008 - Problem Gambling Prevention
posted on: 3/1/2008
OrionNet Systems notified members in February that ThinkHealth is ready to handle the new electronic data interchange (EDI) from APS Healthcare and offered steps that centers should follow for a smooth transition to the batch file transmission process.

January 2008 - Ready for OHCA changes?
posted on: 1/1/2008
Starting off the year, OrionNet Systems has once again begun its yearly training for new and existing member centers. Representatives from member centers attend an OrionNet Systems training session and workshop covering features of it’s industry-leading THINKHEALTH practice management system at OrionNet’s office in Oklahoma City.

September 2007 - RALLY FOR RECOVERY
posted on: 9/1/2007
Recovery Month is sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). CSAT, created in October 1992 by a Congressional mandate, provides national leadership in the Federal government's effort to improve the lives of individuals and their families affected by alcohol and drug abuse.

August 2007 - NEW LEADERSHIP
posted on: 8/1/2007
ODMHSAS Names COO and Three Deputy Commissioners

June 2007 - WHAT HAPPENED to Focus on Behavioral Healthcare?
posted on: 6/1/2007
We have renamed this newsletter to reflect our expanded coverage that includes practice management news and issues of interest to providers of all these services:

posted on: 5/1/2007
Terri White doesn't start her job until May 14, but she's wasting no time setting her priorities.

April 2007 - Member shares JCAHO Audit details
posted on: 4/1/2007
THINKHEALTH would work for any center, auditor says

"One of the benefits of ThinkHealth membership is sharing business experiences," OrionNet President Clyde Wafford tells anyone who will listen. As an example, he pointed to how a ThinkHealth member shared the details of their center's positive experience on March 16 with an audit by JCAHO ("jayco" or the Joint Commission).

March 2007 - How was your last SURS audit?
posted on: 3/1/2007
Recently, a ThinkHealth member shared their audit experience and how using the practice management software helped them have a largely positive review. "Overall, they said things went good," reported OrionNet President Clyde Wafford. "They have some changes to make, plus I plan to make a few changes to ThinkHealth to help out with some processes."

January 2007 - Search continues for new Commissioner
posted on: 1/1/2007
President appoints Dr. Cline President Bush appointed and the Senate confirmed Dr. Terry Cline as Administrator of the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Dr. Cline directed ODMHSAS from January 2001


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