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Decision Support Toolkit

The ACORN Toolkit is a state of the art clinical information system that is the a result of an ongoing collaboration of thousands of behavioral health care providers, multiple payers, and researchers with affiliations at a variety of institutions.

The platform incorporates a variety technologies and software solutions into an integrated clinical information system capable of performing a large variety of functions, including measuring and improving treatment outcomes. The impetus is to encourage value based care within networks of providers. The design and ongoing development of the toolkit are guided by feedback from the growing user base of clinicians, practice/agency administrators, and third party payers.

The ACORN Clinician's Decision Support Toolkit user interface is accessed via any device with a browser, including tablets and smart phones. The underlying infrastructure for the Toolkit is designed as a highly flexible platform, capable of housing, analyzing and displaying data from a limitless variety of sources, including patient completed outcome questionnaires.

Evidence for improving outcomes and value

Security

The Toolkit clinical information system is hosted on servers owned and maintained by the Center for Clinical Informatics. The Center for Clinical Informatics meets all SOC 2 security standards.

The servers dedicated the the ACORN system are housed at a ViaWest data center in Salt Lake City, which also meets all SOC 2 standards.

Complete and accurate data is critical to fully utilize the potential of the Toolkit. Click here to Visit the Data Center and learn more about the data management team and how incoming data is processed and made available for analysis through the Clinician's Decision Support Toolkit.

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