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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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EHRs are evolving from their traditional role in clinical, billing and operations into platforms that enable the essential capabilities required for value-based care (VBC) and population health management. In this webinar, learn how organizations are moving beyond traditional EHR capabilities to align technology as a strategic differentiator and key component of their comprehensive approach to…
Part I of this webinar reviewed the data from states where cannabis was medical and/or recreationally legalized. Various new forms of cannabis (“dabs, vapes, edibles”), hybrids, and synthetic cannabinoids (“spice”) were reviewed, as well as the increased problems associated with their use— loss of IQ, seizures, syncope, hyperemesis, heart and other medical complications. Phyto-, endo- and…
Join us as we share where to focus your efforts and energies as a Behavioral Health and SUD organization to most effectively impact your MACRA MIPS composite score and improve your payment adjustment. We will review how each performance category is weighted and share specific, relate-able scenarios of different provider performances to demonstrate the impact on their composite score. You will…
This presentation will focus on providing an integrated understanding of the connections between:
We all know the Institute of Medicine’s definition of client-centric care - “Providing care that is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences, needs and values, and ensuring the patient values guide all clinical decisions.”  Personalizing your approach to technology in real-world situations, so your clients and clinicians are at the center of care can be a daunting task. In…
Healthcare workers – not just nurses – get tired, but don’t always know why. They also don’t really want to talk about it either because it makes them feel weak. But getting tired in this profession is a very normal reaction to a constant exposure of abnormal situations.
Learn about a new Opioid Action Plan that outlines a groundbreaking approach for fighting the opioid crisis through Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support (PCCDS). This plan defines ways to apply computerized clinical decision support tools to address pain management and opioid use disorder treatment. Having the right information at the right time allows providers and patients to better…
In this session, treatment center owners and marketing executives will learn the potential for returns on lifestyle healthcare investments including college, job trainings, gym memberships, and addiction treatment. The average college graduate makes $1 million dollars more over their career than a non-graduate. With a longer life, reduced medical costs, and higher prospects for employment,…
Attendees will learn skills that integrate the crossroads of brain science and contemplative practices, including integration of research and application of the neurology of compassion, trauma, and addiction. This interactive presentation will include takeaway skills to use with individuals and groups.
The session will introduce Block Grants as a proposed method for funding Medicaid. The introduction will include a deep dive into the use of historical and current use of block grants, and the pros and cons learned from prior use. Finally, we will look at what can be done if block grants are in your future.  
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