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by Gary Larcenaire

Gary Larcenaire, CEO Valley Behavioral Health

Gary Larcenaire, CEO Valley Behavioral Health

 

We have an ambitious agenda for Valley and its affiliated brands in 2017!

We will strive to pivot from defining outcomes exclusively as “the absence of something bad happening”
such as a suicide or hospitalization, to a focus on improving daily functioning and the quality of the lives
our clients lead.

System-wide communication improvement, expansion, and technological advances will consume
most of our focus as we develop greater agility and gain more nimble organizational adaptation in
2017.

Highland Springs will unveil and launch a significant technological advancement in Q3 which has been
under development for the past year.

Our Highland Springs Orem Clinic will be state of the art and fully operational in Q2, with another
launch in an area-yet to be selected- by Q4. Highland Springs will unveil and launch a significant
technological advancement in Q3 which has been under development for the past year.
Our Leadership and Advocacy Task Force at the Carmen B. Pingree Autism Center of Learning will
work collaboratively to identify service needs and develop programs for our children with autism
as they grow into adulthood.

Valley has made significant strides in aligning employee and customer experiences to ensure those
experiences are consistent with our core values.

We will work collaboratively to identify service needs and develop programs for our children with
autism as they grow into adulthood.
We will continue to work toward a fully integrated behavioral/primary care clinic in West Valley.
Our wellness committee will continue to lead innovation in wellness and develop insurance coverage
arrangements which are fully congruent to Valley’s core values. In 2017 our marketing will become
more focused on how it returns value and educates our communities.

We will work collaboratively to identify service needs and develop programs for our children with
autism as they grow into adulthood.

We will continue to improve access to services in our schools and will continue our efforts to ensure
that all programs are focused on measurable clinical outcomes for all of the conditions that we treat.
We will strive to pivot from defining outcomes exclusively as “the absence of something bad
happening” such as a suicide or hospitalization, to a focus on improving daily functioning and the
quality of the lives our clients lead.

We will continue to work toward a fully integrated behavioral/primary care clinic in West Valley.

Valley has made significant strides in aligning employee and customer experiences to ensure those
experiences are consistent with our core values. We will get much better in 2017. 2016 was a big year

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