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Thu, Apr 11 2019
Adaptive Leadership in Organizational Change - Rescheduled
In this one-hour webinar, we will focus on introducing the concepts of the adaptive leadership framework which are designed to help individuals and organizations confront complex challenges and make the necessary adjustments to thrive in rapidly changing contexts. To make such changes, organizations must be prepared to abandon outdated practices that may be getting in the way of their purpose.
Core Components of Effective Treatment for Youth with Depression
This webinar will focus on utilizing common evidence-based components, methods, and processes for the treatment of depression in youth. The presentation will focus on the components of evidence-based treatments, practical issues when implementing these components, and youth and family characteristics to consider when tailoring treatment for this population.
Please join MCTAC, OMH, and OASAS for a live webinar on updates for Adult BH HCBS Providers. OMH and OASAS are preparing to release new policy and guidance documents regarding agency operations and State oversight.
This webinar will explore the integration of TIC and social work practice. Participants will receive a brief overview of the effects of toxic stress and trauma on individuals receiving services as well as providers.
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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.