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Tue, Nov 20 2018
Harm Reduction 103: Q&A
This session will focus exclusively on answering YOUR questions about how to apply harm reduction principles in your work. Join the webinar with your curiosity and ask questions about what to say and do to meet clients where they are at, stay person-centered, show you prioritize safety over abstinence, and more.
Billing and UM Office Hour for Children and Family Treatment and Support Services
This one-hour webinar will include a brief presentation as well as office-hours style Q&A time to address provider questions related to billing and utilization management (UM) for the Children and Family Treatment and Support Services going live Jan 1, 2019: Other Licensed Practitioner (OLP), Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST) and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR).
This webinar will explore the concepts of business intelligence and use a productivity monitoring use-case to demonstrate the power of the business intelligence tools that are available in Microsoft Excel.
Continuing the Conversation: Preparing for a Changing Healthcare Landscape: NYC
Location: 501 7th Avenue, New York, NY, USA
Earlier this summer, OASAS and Center on Addiction/MCTAC staff met with groups of providers representing five regions of New York State (Western region, North Country, Central, New York City, and Long Island). The purpose of these groups was to assess the current state of preparedness for the changing healthcare landscape and the training and support needs of provider networks.
OASAS and Center on Addiction/MCTAC invite you to join us at an all-day regional forum to engage in meaningful dialogue around the themes that emerged from these groups.
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Business Best Practices
Business Best Practices: to help agencies strengthen their business infrastructure and maintain fiscal health through in-person and web-based training opportunities on contracting, billing, revenue cycle management, utilization management, value-based payment and more.
Value Based Practices: to increase provider capacity around understanding and utilizing data, outcomes, and populations served to support New York's movement toward a value based payment model to its behavioral health Medicaid system.