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Expediting Access to Treatment for Those in Behavioral Health Crisis
Mobile crisis management expedites access to assessment and treatment for those in behavioral health crisis, tracks their journey from call to treatment, and coordinates all stakeholders within one system—helping people get the care they so desperately need.
The proven process for crisis response—from fully understanding a consumer with longitudinal records to ensuring access to definitive assessment and/or treatment—supports the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s four core elements.
No “Wrong Door” Access
Regional Crisis Call Centers
Mobile Crisis Team Response
Receiving and Stabilization Facilities
Get Your State’s Residents the Treatment They Need—Fast
Operates on the OpenBeds technology platform, which has been proven to be reliable and secure.
Offers real-time awareness of—and connection to—care team members and crisis response teams.
Supports collaboration with departments of behavioral health, law enforcement, hospitals, and more.
Compliance with Regulations
Strengthens compliance with HIPAA and various other federal and state-specific regulatory requirements.
Expeditious Access to Care
Expedites access to care with a direct link between the crisis call center and mobile crisis response teams.
Helps prevent individuals from progressing to more acute states and increased risk scenarios, improving outcomes.
Nebraskans who are in crisis need timely access to vital services to begin the process of recovery. In this project, OpenBeds will help providers in Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy and Washington Counties quickly connect patients to a network of inpatient mental health providers.
Director of the DHHS' Division of Behavioral Health
Learn how our Crisis Management System helps individuals get the urgent care they need.