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Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 1:00 PM

We’ve all heard that you need to move from reporting to analytics, but is there a map to the place where the data drives the workday? This webinar will break down the differences in, and the value of, both reporting and analytics. We’ll take you from today’s event-driven data usage to the…

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Tuesday, June 09, 2020 at 1:00 PM

Substance misuse and abuse have become critical issues in both the United States and its workforce. Understanding addiction and addiction issues are essential to selecting and implementing a substance abuse program that reduces absenteeism and health care spend while boosting productivity.…

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If we surveyed the general public on who the authorities are in healthcare, we’d most likely hear the same answers over and over: the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, and the Cleveland Clinic to name a few. These are most people’s go-to answers because these institutions have developed an undisputed reputation of trust through the outcomes of their work. 
In this informative webinar, Dr. David Stern, Senior Member, Integrated Addiction Medicine, will be discussing how to build and expand your MAT program with accountable care organizations for successful value based contracting. He will provide industry insight into integrated models of care, stages of change in intensive case management, high-acuity patients, continuity of care and outcomes and…
This workshop is designed to educate about different attachment styles and how they impact the nervous system. Relational systems are so important in our everyday lives that we may not realize there are disruptions that can be caused by trauma. In this discussion, we will examine how to begin to heal these attachment wounds and have more functional relationships. As a result of this presentation…
Great executives know their business. They know the current state of affairs, including who they are as an organization and how the market impacts their business. They have a vision for the future—where they want to take their organization and how market changes may drive that journey. Especially important in our current environment, the most successful–and sustainable–strategic plans are built…
Dr. Galanter will describe our published outcome study by program type based upon the intensity of counseling and recovery oriented services. Dr. Femino will discuss the clinical aspects and implications for treatment planning from a neurobiological perspective. A discussion of past research on the relative benefit of adding counseling to medication will be reviewed with emphasis on the…
Join us for Part Two in our webinar series with current CCBHC providers sharing their hands-on experience and lessons learned from their CCBHC journey. For this session, we will speak specifically to how to predict your costs per service and visit volume once using the CCBHC treatment model. CCBHC is the treatment model of the future for organizations with behavioral health and substance-abuse…
More than one-third of Americans struggle with problematic substance use and other risky or addictive behavior. Most are ambivalent about changing these behaviors and most do not want to stop them. This workshop will introduce a psychobiosocial process model for understanding these complex behaviors and integrative harm reduction approach (IHRP) to engaging and supporting positive change in…
What if providers could have one integrated view of a consumer at their fingertips, giving them the information they need to make critical decisions at the point of care? From sending and receiving referrals, to accessing information on social determinants of health (such as housing, employment, and family support) having access to one holistic view leads to person-centered – and better – care.
CCBHC is the treatment model of the future for organizations with behavioral health and substance-abuse programs. Progressive, value-based and integrated, this care model commits to serve the most seriously ill individuals with open access to care and a "no one is turned away" policy. With SAMHSA’s new $200 million CCBHC expansion grant, agencies who have considered becoming CCBHCs now are…
Evaluating an EHR system is much more than looking at features and functions. This webinar explores what else to be aware of, and also takes a dive into the areas of implementation, integration and the ongoing relationship necessary with an EHR vendor partner in order to be successful. Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will:
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