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Thu, Apr 2 2020
EXPANDED CAPACITY: Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Identifying and Assisting the Most Vulnerable and Socially Isolated Adults Struggling with Behavioral Health Problems
If you have received an email from Webex saying this event was cancelled, do not worry -- we are simply increasing registration capacity due to high demand. If you have previously registered, you will receive a link to sign in the morning of as usual!
We are all experiencing highly stressful challenges during this unprecedented pandemic. Adults with serious mental health and/or substance use problems are particularly vulnerable, especially those who live alone and have little social connections. One of the most critical and universal resiliency factors during highly adverse conditions involves access to social support.
This discussion is designed to invite attendees to ask questions as well as share their efforts, suggestions and successful strategies. In this way, the entire system can benefit from the collective expertise and experience of front line practitioners and organizations.
MCTAC/CTAC Business Best Practices and Management Webinar Series: Finance / Billing
This webinar is part 3 of a new MCTAC/CTAC training initiative: Business Best Practices & Management Webinar Series. The webinar series was designed to support organizations with limited infrastructure and resources in understanding best practices in business operations. The webinar series shared best practices around important topics such as Key Operational Functions/ Executive Leadership, IT/Data, Finance/Billing, & Quality/Documentation/Compliance. This webinar series was open to all behavioral health child and adult serving providers and was geared towards finance, senior & executive level staff, and program leadership.
Guidance for OMH Licensed Funded Housing Providers in Upstate Counties during COVID 19 State of Emergency
This webinar was facilitated by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) on March 31st, 2020 to educate and connect with OMH licensed and/or funded housing providers in upstate counties (other than those providers in NYC, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, Westchester counties), regarding new OMH guidance documents and operational best practices related to the COVID-19 State of Emergency.
Guidance for OMH Licensed Funded Housing Providers in Downstate Counties during COVID 19 State of Emergency
This webinar was facilitated by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) on March 30th, 2020 to educate and connect with OMH licensed and/or funded housing providers in Downstate Counties (Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, Westchester) other than those providers in New York City, regarding new OMH guidance documents and operational best practices related to the COVID-19 State of Emergency.
Screening for Trauma in a Trauma-Informed and Bias Reducing Way in Children’s Mental Health Services
The goal of trauma-informed screening is to create a safe space to talk about trauma and toxic stress while simultaneously avoiding re-traumatizing children or their parent/caregivers. In this webinar, Dr. Crawford will discuss conducting trauma screening in children’s mental health along with her methods for reducing bias, prejudice, and racism in behavioral healthcare delivery systems.
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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.