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Allendale Association Selects SmartCare EHR to Help Incorporate All Their Business Processes under One Platform

October 17, 2018

KALAMAZOO, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 17, 2018--Streamline Healthcare Solutions and Allendale Association of Lake Villa, IL and Benet Lake, WI announced a new partnership to provide a behavioral health focused Electronic Health Record (EHR) to satisfy their clinical, administrative and billing needs.

“For more than 120 years, Allendale Association has sought out opportunities to evolve, adapt and innovate as we continue to serve more than 800 youth and families who struggle with various mental and behavioral health issues or who have experienced severe trauma. Within a rapidly changing environment, we recognized that we needed an electronic health record system that would promote greater access to vital clinical, medical and behavioral service documentation that could provide our treatment teams, supervisors, administrators and families, increased accessibility to data reports, key performance indicators and other essential information to guide our work and further enhance the care we provide. After an extensive search, Allendale selected Streamline Healthcare Solutions as our partner who shares our commitment to quality, service and innovation.” – , President/CEO, Allendale Association

“We are very excited to add Allendale Association as our partner in the state of Illinois and Wisconsin. Streamline’s goal is to provide industry leaders like Allendale Association the tools they need to deliver a diverse set of services with innovation in the marketplace.” – , Co-Founder/Co-CEO, Streamline Healthcare Solutions.

About Allendale Association

Since its founding in 1897, Allendale has proudly served children, youth, and their families from all walks of life. These children, often victims of abuse, neglect or severe mental and/or behavioral health problems, come to Allendale with the devastating experiences of failure in the classroom, misunderstanding in the home and isolation in the community. Helping these children to heal and prepare for a brighter future requires highly sophisticated therapeutic programs and services. Allendale’s educational, residential, clinical, vocational and recreational programs are provided within safe, aesthetically designed facilities. The main campus in Lake Villa, Illinois houses the Elizabeth Morse Special Education School, the Bradley Counseling Center and intensive residential treatment programs for youth 6 to 18 years of age. Additionally, Allendale has residential treatment programs in North Chicago, IL and Benet Lake, WI, as well as group homes in Waukegan, IL; an outpatient community based child/family counseling center in Gurnee, IL and an extended day treatment special education satellite program in Woodstock, IL, for children and youth from surrounding communities. https://allendale4kids.org/

About Streamline

Streamline delivers web-based software for healthcare organizations to provide and coordinate specialized behavioral service delivery processes. Streamline’s SmartCare™ solution was developed to truly integrate all departments; moving them to a more holistic service model. Streamline’s software solutions are well suited for organizations who wish to have a system that can incorporate its entire business processes into a single solution, with the ability to continue to grow as business-lines needs evolve. Streamline has been offering software in the behavioral health marketplace since 2003. http://www.streamlinehealthcare.com

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