This presentation was delivered by Sean Klutinoty, MBA, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS, on June 5, 2020 at The 2020 OPEN MINDS Strategy & Innovation Institute. In the presentation, Mr. Klutinoty discussed key data elements in the current service trends for children and families, health homes and value-based integrated models, as well as questions for the future of service delivery in our current landscape.
Ken Carr brings over 30 years of finance, technology, data analysis and reporting experience in the health and human service field to OPEN MINDS. He currently serves as a Senior Associate with the OPEN MINDS consulting practice. In this role, Mr. Carr serves as a subject matter expert in the OPEN MINDS consulting practice where he has led numerous engagements in strategic planning, merger and acquisition prospecting, business process improvement, managed care and value-based contracting preparedness, financial analysis of service lines, and technology selection.
Prior to joining OPEN MINDS, Mr. Carr served as the Chief Financial Officer for Elite DNA Therapy Services, a mental health provider based in Fort Myers, FL. In this position, Mr. Carr led development of the strategic plan, identified opportunities to optimize the EHR, and restructured financial reporting and analysis by service lines and key metrics.
Prior to his role at Elite DNA Therapy Services, he served as the Chief Financial Officer of The Centers, a community mental health center in Ocala, Florida. In this position, Mr. Carr led a realignment of the organization’s financial management functions. This included revenue cycle management, EHR bill implementation and reporting, cash management enhancement, and strategic financial analysis.
Prior to his role at The Centers, Mr. Carr served as Chief Financial Officer of Guild Incorporated, an organization providing residential and community based mental health services in St. Paul, Minnesota. As CFO, Mr. Carr led the financial, billing, IT, quality, informatics, compliance, and facilities activities. During his tenure at Guild Incorporated, Mr. Carr used his expertise in change management and business process improvement to lead the EHR implementation team, align service data reporting and financial performance, and lead the financial and data capture activities for new service initiatives.
Mr. Carr earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Dakota, and a Master of Divinity Degree from Sioux Falls Seminary. He maintains an active CPA license with the State of South Dakota.
Chad Van Houten is the Chief Financial Officer for Zumbro Valley Health Center in Rochester, Minnesota. Zumbro Valley Health Center is a comprehensive mental health clinic serving adults and children with behavioral health and substance use disorders with an integrated, person-centered approach. In addition to behavioral and chemical health services, Zumbro Valley Health Center provides primary care, dental, housing and pharmacy services. It operated as a Behavioral Health Home, and is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic.
In his role as Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Van Houten oversees the accounting and finance departments at Zumbro Valley Health Center. Prior to joining the organization, Mr. Van Houten served as controller for McNeilus Truck Manufacturing. He has more than 20 years of experience in finance and accounting and a Bachelor of Science degree from Winona State University in accounting.
Roy Leitstein has served as Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Treatment Services since its inception. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Human Services. Roy began his career in social services while serving in the United States Army and volunteering for the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Roy was named Executive Director at The Children’s Home where after nine years, he co-facilitated a merger between The Children’s Home and The Drenk Center and assumed the role of Legacy Treatment Services’ CEO. In 2017, Roy helped orchestrate an affiliation agreement with Community Treatment Solutions bringing both organizations together to further Legacy’s continuum of care. Under Roy’s leadership Legacy also recently announced a new affiliation with Woods Services of Bucks County, PA and will begin to serve Philadelphia youth in Philadelphia as well as in New Jersey. As the human services field continues to face threats and challenges to its core mission of serving those who need them most, Woods and Legacy are creating a dynamic population health management organization that relies on our combined expertise to provide the highest quality care continuum that meets the complex health, behavioral, social and educational needs of those they serve.
Additionally Legacy established two new partnerships by collaborating with Virtua Health to open the Behavioral Health Assessment and Treatment Service in Berlin Township, and joining with the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Foundation to operate a mobile addiction outreach van called Hope One. Legacy Treatment Services is a nonprofit behavioral health organization serving more than 16,000 people each year. Legacy operates over 70 programs across the entire state of New Jersey. Services include prevention programs, outpatient therapy and psychiatric services, substance abuse programs, emergency and crisis intervention services, therapeutic foster care, juvenile detention alternatives, residential programs, case management, services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, and a special education school. Legacy Treatment Services’ programming aims to change the behavioral health and social service outcomes for people of all ages from surviving to thriving.
Mary is dedicated to educating behavioral health providers about the Meaningful Use Program and helping every eligible professional attest and receive their incentive payment. Mary is the Product Manager of Compliance at Qualifacts.
Prior to this role she worked for over 20 years as a LPN, Behavior Intervention Specialist, Director of Program Services, Employment Specialist, and as the Executive Director of a nonprofit. Mary has her Masters in Rehabilitation Administration from the University of San Francisco.