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Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 1:00 PM

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.

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 1:00 PM

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…

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 1:00 PM

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…

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Attend the November webinar for an exclusive presentation from the medical director of Black Bear Lodge, Dr. Melissa Warner. Hear her discuss chronic and acute pain and give an introduction of 10 effective and specific tools to help manage your patient's long-term pain and stay sober.…

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Tuesday, December 03, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Whether raising a child, or chasing the Frankenstein monster out of town, it takes a village to succeed. Building a website is no different. As your company’s leader, you know your business and industry inside and out. As a seasoned professional you have likely developed an understanding of the…

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Approximately a third of patients with major depressive disorder do not respond to treatment, with only half achieving remission. This results in high morbidity and makes MDD one of the leading causes of disability in the world per the World Health Organization. Early intervention, intensive and multimodal treatment are key to improving outcomes in this patient population. Challenges inherent to…
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) has been shown to be useful in the treatment of addictive disorders. The cornerstones of ACT include principles of mindfulness, remaining open to new ideas and moving toward one’s values rather than escaping one’s feelings. In short, accepting feelings rather than escaping them and moving toward values rather than toward suffering define the goals of this type…
Throughout the country more and more provider contracts are moving to full value-based reimbursement. Many providers have been able to successfully manage this transformational change in behavioral health. This session will focus on national trends and review the impact it is having on the sector, provider success stories, and how common or inevitable it will be in the future.
The Patient Portals created in the past were designed to meet the minimum requirements of Meaningful Use. They were not user friendly and lacked the functionality people actually wanted to use. AURA’s Patient Engagement tool is different. Sigmund created a client access tool for AURA your patients will actually want to use. It’s easy to use and attractive. Aura’s Patient Engagement features allow…
"Helping Parents Get Past No: How to Support Parents in the Recovery Process,” will provide attendees current information on behavioral health trends in both the areas of substance abuse and mental health. The webinar will detail recovery myths and the role of family in the recovery process. Attendees will gain a better understanding of what motivates change and be educated on the associated…
To support better outcomes, improve care quality, and reduce the risks associated with gaps in care, more providers are leveraging on-demand tools that empower consumers with evidence-based resources. These tools can help consumers build resiliency and create real and lasting change in their behavioral health and well-being.
Tigay’s presentation will explore various dynamics that are common in working with the addicted professional as well as practical interventions and helpful tools to engage and treat this population. Frequently, clinicians feel intimidated and concerned about how to best support these individuals in a way which also protects public safety – especially surrounding working with medical professionals…
Computer experts, including the definitive authority in the USA, have been telling us the complex passwords were the answer to computer security. In 2017, the experts made a massive strategy shift and threw out nearly all the old password rules. The new guidelines raised many an eyebrow inside the IT world; however, most people outside the IT world, and some inside, seem to either not know about…
One pill can kill, one pill can cause addiction. Opioid abuse is destroying lives, devastating families and communities across the United States. Addiction and overdoses are happening in communities from all backgrounds, all ages, in both men and women. Organizations from the Federal, State, and Local levels are using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to fight back against this…
We know that job satisfaction is associated with less chaos, more cohesion and more communication, and that 70% of clinicians experience HIT-related stress. But how do we reconcile the two, especially with growing concerns over clinician shortages in human services? Once it’s determined that increasing clinician satisfaction is a priority, where do we begin?
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