Daniella Labate

Access and Engagement in the Value Equation: Solutions That Work

Part 2 of the "Solutions that Work" Series: Peer Services in the Value Equation

MCTAC+ is offering three “Solutions That Work” webinars focusing on proven implementation strategy in three essential solution orientations: Peer Services, Health Integration, and Access and Engagement. These webinars are intended for behavioral health executives, managers, direct care staff and anyone interested in applying solutions for meeting the value challenge.

Peer Services in the Value Equation: Solutions That Work

Part 1 of the "Solutions that Work" Series: Peer Services in the Value Equation

MCTAC+ is offering three “Solutions That Work” webinars focusing on proven implementation strategy in three essential solution orientations: Peer Services, Health Integration, and Access and Engagement. These webinars are intended for behavioral health executives, managers, direct care staff and anyone interested in applying solutions for meeting the value challenge.

Exploring Partnerships and Collaboration, Part II

Partnership and collaboration are key components of value-based care. Are you unsure about what types of partnerships to enter into? Do your organization’s goals and objectives align with the partnerships you are considering? Are you able to express your organization’s value when approaching a potential partner? What is the best process to follow for reaching consensus and memorializing next steps? Do you have questions about strategy and due diligence?

Part II: Strategy and Due Diligence

Putting the Pieces Together: Shared Experiences of Adult BH HCBS Implementation

HCBS is a service delivery model that allows for tremendous flexibility and creativity but it may require us to change the way we do business. MCTAC+  offered a webinar during which a panel of adult HCBS providers across NYS shared their experiences with HCBS service implementation. The panel discussed overcoming challenges to implementation, tools for outreach to peers and care managers, and staffing HCBS services. 

Target audience: adult BH HCBS service directors and providers

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Exploring Partnerships and Collaboration, Part I

Partnership and collaboration are key components of value-based care. Are you unsure about what types of partnerships to enter into? Do your organization’s goals and objectives align with the partnerships you are considering? Are you able to express your organization’s value when approaching a potential partner? What is the best process to follow for reaching consensus and memorializing next steps? Do you have questions about strategy and due diligence?

Small Business Initiative (SBI) Webinar: The Role of the Quality Improvement Process in Service Delivery

Are you having difficulty with data collection and outcome measurement? Getting ready for value based payment? Not really sure how you can improve in this area?
The July small business initiative webinar taught the core elements of the rapid cycle plan-do-study-act approach to quality improvement and how to use this model to develop goals, measure progress, and achieve results!

Presented by Mathew Roosa, LCSW-R, Director of Planning and QI Onondaga County Department of Mental Health

Getting to VALUE: Identifying and Communicating Value in Your Organization

The small business initiative partners hosted in-person workshops as a follow up to the 5/23/17 webinar on creating value propositions. These workshops provided a brief overview of what the components of a strong value proposition should be and helped attendees master the art of creating a value proposition.

These workshops were held on the following dates: 

  • June 6th: Hudson Valley
  • June 7th: Albany
  • June 13th: Batavia
  • June 14th: Buffalo
  • June 21st: NYC 
  • July 25th: Long Island 

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