DocuTrac Exhibits Latest Technology at the 42nd National Council Conference in Chicago

HAGERSTOWN, Md., March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- DocuTrac, Inc. a leading developer of software for the behavioral health industry announced today that Scott Despres, Senior Representative, Enterprise Division, and Jim Miller, Director of Quality Control and Compliance will represent DocuTrac at the 42nd National Council Mental Health and Addictions Conference in Chicago on April 15th and 16th.

DocuTrac provides EMR technology for documenting patient treatment and outcomes in the Behavioral and Mental Health space. Their Enterprise Software is a complete EHR certified system that can be used by qualified providers to receive incentives offered by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. In the Southwest Exhibit Hall of the Chicago Hilton and Towers at Booth 905 attendees will have the opportunity to view demos of QuicDoc Enterprise v6.2, the ONC Certified flagship of the DocuTrac product line.

The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (NCCBH) is a strong advocate for its member agencies, and the patients served by those agencies. In remarks concerning the conference Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO of NCCBH states, "If a healthcare revolution requires us to draw upon each other and unite in action, the 2012 National Council Conference, April 15 – 17 in Chicago, represents our lab, our 'garage days,' where we amass our talents to inspire each other, to sometimes disagree, but always to drive change together."

In an effort to remain current in the shifting and converging healthcare environment, Despres and Miller hope to gain a better understanding of the challenges that are facing their customers in the behavioral health industry. They look forward to networking with other vendors and attendees to gain insight into the role technology plays in the complexities of emerging medical and behavioral health care processes.

Keynote speaker, Tom Daschle, former U.S. Senate majority and minority leader and the architect of President Obama's healthcare plan, will discuss the evolving policy and healthcare landscape. In his keynote address scheduled for Sunday, April 15th, Daschle will explain "what we can expect as the critical reform implementation years approach, from controlling costs to aligning state and federal policy so that every American can afford comprehensive healthcare," as well as what the impact of the presidential election results will have on healthcare policies. Other speakers include: David Satcher Surgeon General of the United States, Pamela Hyde Administrator of SAMHSA, Tom Insel Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, and Daniel H. Pink the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.  

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