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Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM

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.…

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 1:00 PM

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…

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Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 1:00 PM

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.…

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With the shift from volume to value-based care, there is an increased focus on quality of care, especially for consumers with chronic conditions and complex support needs. Behavioral health providers are uniquely equipped to manage these issues, which are often siloed in primary care settings where SDoH are not always addressed. Join us for a use case of one organization that is:
This presentation will provide a historical overview of military trauma and provide current clinical updates and statistics for those affected by wartime stress. Although PTSD has different origins, this presentation is also applicable for those who treat non-military patients. Attendees will hear about the latest treatment modalities, evidenced-based approaches, and interventions. They will…
Behavioral health organizations have more clinical data at their fingertips than ever before — but are they getting maximum value? This webinar will demonstrate effective methods to improve clinical performance and client outcomes through more targeted data management. Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will:
It is widely accepted that people living with serious mental illness will die 25 years earlier than the overall population average, but are we missing a larger issue, that of social isolation, a common situation for those living with mental illness? By addressing the challenges of social isolation, can we increase the life expectancy of people living with serious mental illness? The first step is…
This presentation reviews a model of comprehensive care for people with co-occurring disorders. This model is based on evidence-based practices, specifically referring to the integrated dual disorders treatment, applied and enhanced to address multiple aspects of care. We will present the model of one-team providing care for substance use disorders and mental illness, in an internal and external…
Is your addiction treatment marketing ignoring the iceberg warnings? Are you convinced your marketing strategy is unsinkable? Maybe you should let go of your marketing mistakes before they send you straight into that iceberg. Learn how to navigate the marketing waters of addiction treatment and the unavoidable risks that must be accounted for in your strategy. 
There has been a history of therapists being taught that there "should" be a great separation of self in a therapy session and that self-disclosure is not appropriate. In this webinar, we will be discussing the role of self in the psychotherapeutic session. We will review the ethics around the use of self and the potential benefits of the use of self. This session will discuss the power of…
"Anxiety and Stress Management for Adolescents,” will provide attendees with current information on behavioral health trends and studies, specific to anxiety and stress management. The webinar will detail the link between stress and anxiety, how it manifests among adolescents and young adults, and how substance use disorders can arise as a maladaptive coping mechanism. Overall, attendees will…
As the opioid epidemic continues to unfold on the American landscape, our society is experiencing the loss of the flower of a generation. Studies reveal that alcohol use remains an even larger and growing public health problem than opioids. Marijuana use has become so casual as to usher itself into mainstream America, an innocuous choice for some perhaps, but for many others (including the…
As we shift to more complex payer mixes and value based care, the need for consistent and efficient clinical workflows across provider technology platforms has become paramount. Workflow automation is critical to continuous improvement initiatives and strengthening engagement between end users and their technology. In this webinar, we will explore the value of automated workflows, specifically…
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