Data & State System Access

 

SFBHN utilizes the Knight Integrated Software (KIS) data system to capture and report all state funded Behavioral Health data from its network providers.  There are currently three KIS data systems in use:  State Data, Acute Care, and Utilization Management. 

 

State Data

Network providers can report their state funded Behavioral Health data via a DCF Data Pamphlet 155-2 compliant data upload from their EHR/EMR system or direct data entry into the KIS Express interface.

 

Acute Care

Acute Care providers (CSU/Detox/ARF) must utilize the KIS Acute Care system in order to report their bed utilization in real time as required by Section 394.9082(10), Florida Statutes (Senate Bill 12).

 

Utilization Management (UM)

SFBHN directly manages the utilization of Adult Residential Level 2 Substance Abuse and Mental Health beds.  Residential providers are required to utilize the KIS UM system to receive residential funding.  The system contains the screening and assessment tool, electronic consent management, electronic referral, and bed utilization reporting system.

 

All of the KIS systems must be licensed directly with Knight Software, Inc.  Please contact:

 

Rodney Pritchard, COO

(843) 407-7810

rodney.pritchard@knightsoftware.com

More information is available at:  http://knightsoftware.tech/

 

 

State Data Access

 

  • Network provider staff that provide TANF and/or DC Aftercare Referral services or who have responsibility for incident and/or seclusion and restraint reporting, may request access the applicable DCF systems.
  • A “Database Access Request Form”, “Security Agreement Form”, and training certificates for HIPAA and Security must be submitted to SFBHN for state system access.

    Please send requests to:

    Johnny Guimaraes, VP of IT and Compliance Monitoring
    jguimaraes@sfbhn.org
    Download Access & Security Form

 

 

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Nondiscrimination Statement

 

In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as well as other applicable local and state regulations, all SFBHN programs and services are available to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, or sexual orientation. If you feel that you have been subjected to some form of discrimination by South Florida Behavioral Health Network or any of its employees, volunteers, or providers, then please contact: Jessica Rodriguez, Contract Management Supervisor, at (305) 858-3335.